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for UCB Participants (with ID); for general public per workshop — cash or check No need to RSVP; simply show up ready to move.
From Lagos to Bahia, London to Kinshasa, Lome to Port-Au- Prince, Luanda to Kingston, experience movements and music from urban African Diaspora’s clubs and parties.
Currently, Valdez is developing work on the most pressing issues of our time in climate change and global warming with the city of Monterey, California.
ABOUT EL TEATRO CAMPESINO: Initially using theater to raise consciousness among farm workers during the Delano grape strike of 1965, El Teatro Campesino created improvisational works called brought attention to the exploitation of workers in the fields in a theater by and for farmworkers.
artistic director and award-winning playwright Carey Perloff suggests, the theater should serve as “connective tissue” between the stage and the real world (LA Times).
The Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies at UC Berkeley along with its co-sponsoring partners of the Departments of Ethnic Studies, English and the Chicana/Latino Student Development Office, will host “The Power of Zero,” a keynote lecture by internationally recognized playwright and director Luis Valdez on Tuesday, November 18 at pm in Zellerbach Playhouse.
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT OF THEATER, DANCE AND PERFORMANCE STUDIES: The Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies teaches performance as a mode of critical inquiry, creative expression and public engagement.
Through performance training and research, we create liberal arts graduates with expanded analytical, technical and imaginative capacities.
Everything that came after him was informed by him.” Valdez’s most recent production of (2013) was entirely sold out within weeks of its announcement, drawing audiences from across the country to the El Teatro Campesino home in the small town of San Juan Bautista.This workshop will explore basic to advanced moves of Afrobeats dance styles, while incorporating techniques and movement from other genres including Ndombolo, Kuduro, Afrohouse and Dancehall.Nkei Oruche is an Igbo-Nigerian performer, educator, and producer specializing in street dance and music styles from Africa and her Diaspora.As El Teatro Campesino prepares for its 50th anniversary in 2015, this is an extraordinary opportunity for the Berkeley campus and the Bay Area community to hear from and interact with Mr. We honor his vital contributions to the arts in our region and worldwide.ABOUT LUIS VALDEZ: An award-winning producer and theater artist, Valdez earned an Obie, the Presidential Medal of the Arts and his induction into the College of Fellows of the American Theater at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.