When

Friday, February 16, 2018 from 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM EST
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Where

The Rage Box Contemporary Dance Center 
121A Industry Lane Suite 2
Forest Hill, MD 21050
 

 
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Contact

Karen Muccioli, Director 
Rage Box Contemporary Dance Center 
410-879-7243 
rageboxdance@hotmail.com 
 

The Study with Rudi "The Goblen" 

In Association with CRAZE A New Dance Experiment, the Study is a month to month training program to acquire knowledge by the process of learning skills, techniques and movements from Master Teachers and Choreographers in the fields of Contemporary, Hip Hop, Jazz, Tap and Ballet.

The Workshop is open to all levels age 7 and up.  When registering choose the appropriate age group and time:

5:30 - 6:30 p.m.  / AGE 7-12 / Breakin'  Class - Rudi will break down the techniques and mechanics needed to execute some popular Break Dancingskills.

6:30-7 P.M. / ALL AGES STUDY HALL Q & A (Included with class fee)

7-9 p.m. / AGE 11 and up / This workshop consists of, but is not limited to, exploring/creating movement and text, writing, creating atmosphere, improvising both physically and vocally, breaking down the barriers between dance and theatre, and finding new ways to communicate your ideas.

COST:

Breakin' Class - $25                                                                                                             Movement Workshop - $35

Take Both Classes - $50

ABOUT RUDI GOBLEN

Rudi (writer, dancer, actor, and music producer) was commissioned by Miami Light Project to create the solo dance theatre performances Insanity Isn't, Fair Welling, and PET. He is also known as an acclaimed B-Boy. Along side his award winning crew Flipside Kings, he has toured internationally, competing, adjudicating, and teaching.

Rudi is a member of Teo Castellanos/D-Projects, a contemporary dance/theater company that fuses world arts and culture while examining social issues through performance. With D-Projects, Rudi toured internationally in Scratch & Burn, a meditation on the war in Iraq; and FAT BOY, a project exposing world hunger amid American consumerism and waste.

Rudi is a recipient of the Future Aesthetics Artist Re-grant (FAAR) funded by the Ford Foundation in conjunction with the  Future Aesthetics Cohort, the Miami-Dade County's Choreographers Fellowship, and the FEAST Miami Grant for his book of poems and artwork A Bag of Halos and Horns.

He has trained and worked with DV8 Physical Theater, Cirque du Soleil, and is a founding member of Rosie Herrera Dance Theatre.

He has released five instrumental albums, and is currently teaching in the Youth Artist Leadership Summer Program created by Tarell Alvin McCraney. An intensive arts excellence program that matches gifted students in the Inner City Miami area with mentors who engage their community mindfulness, enhance their leadership skills, and nurture their artistic ability.