Masculine Movement and Choreography with Bazuka Joe
Masculine Movement and Choreography 101 is a straight up dance class that focuses on flexibility, center of balance, technique, style, and classically masculine energy. Though the spectrum of masculinity spans a wide range, students will discuss the social construct, physical and anatomical base of traditionally 'masculine' movement.
Held at: Leaping Lizards 6907 Lansdowne Ave
Students should come dressed to move as they will be given a warm up, across the floor drills, and learn a combination that ranges from the stylings of Gene Kelly to boy band basics and beyond.
Needs: Moveable clothing. Bare feet, socks, and tennis shoes are ok!
Bazuka Joe is one third of The Stage Door Johnnies from Chicago, named Burlesque Hall of Fame ""Best Group 2011"". Bazuka headlines and tours throughout the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe and has been listed in the Top 50 Burlesque Performers in the world for 7 years consecutively. Trained in contemporary, classical, and jazz dance, theater, and vault staff he is a seasoned teacher and instructor with more than fifteen years of experience teaching and directing at a professional level. Before entering the world of burlesque and cabaret, Bazuka served as Artistic Director for Open House Dance Company and choreographed/performed in the iconic indie film ""Were the World Mine"".
Day: Sundays at 11 a.m.
Price: $ None
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