1. Choreography and performance by Jenni Cockrell of strange daughters butoh
    Music by Meg Mulhearn and David Lynch as Divine Circles and Lunar Creature

    Asheville Fringe Arts Festival 2017
    Venue- The Mothlight

    Video produced by Studio Misha
    studiomisha.com

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  2. Spun
    Jennie Cockrell of strange daughters butoh is a dancer, choreographer and teacher of butoh and modern dance. She has been an active dance artist for over a decade, choreographing and performing her one work in addition to that of Asheville Anenome Dance Theater. Jenni has regularly performed in the Asheville Fringe Arts Festival and the (Re)Happening as well as in Cuba and Mexico. She receiver her M.A. in Dance and Women's Studies from UNC-Greensboro (2002), where her these project investigating female butoh artists won the Sally Schindel Cone Award for Excellence in Women's Studies. Jenni approaches dance as a laboratory to explore the quirkiness and rawness of life. strangedaughtersbutoh.com

    ashevillebutoh.com for more info

    Video produced by Misha at studiomisha.com

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  3. Biosphere is a family-friendly tale of elemental proportions. It describes the imaginary mythic evolution of a complex living world from birth to destruction. This floating quilt-like ocean planet, where puppets and human bodies materialize and merge, transforms to produce colorful, magical landscapes.

    Visit ashevillebutoh.com for more information

    Performed at Uwabe- Art in the Park in 2014

    

Concept and Direction: Julie Becton Gillum


    Music: Kimathi Moore
    

Quilt and costumes: Julie Becton Gillum in collaboration with Madison J Cripps and Keith Schubert
    

Dancers: Sara Baird, Jenni Cockrell, Giles Collard, Madison J Cripps
    Filmed and produced by Misha with Studio M
    studiomisha.com

    # vimeo.com/113975801 Uploaded
  4. Koori is a performance meditation on the ice element. Stylized geishas partner with blocks of clear ice - testing both its strength and ephemeral qualities. Visit anemonedance.org for more info.

    Concept and Direction: Sara Baird
    Music: Kimathi Moore
    Costumes: Amanda-Ray Danko
    Production design: Amanda-Ray Danko with Christopher Perryman Video projection: Sara Baird

    Dancers: Sara Baird, Jenni Cockrell, and Julie Becton Gillum

    Video by studiomisha.com

    # vimeo.com/114385431 Uploaded
  5. If you've never experienced Butoh before, you're missing out. This is the raw and primal emotional expression that true artists and creative spirits thrive one.
    The Anenome Dance Theater is putting on a fundraiser to support their passion for dance and the larger performances in October. Come and enjoy live music and dance with a silent auction, drink a glass of wine and support Ashevilel Butoh and Anenome Dance Theater Troop, all for a small donation of $20. Go to ashevillebutoh.com or anenomedance.org for more details. You won't want to miss out.
    What is Butoh:
    Butoh (舞踏 Butō?) is a form of Japanese dance theatre that encompasses a diverse range of activities, techniques and motivations for dance, performance, or movement. Following World War II, butoh arose in 1959 through collaborations between its two key founders Hijikata Tatsumi and Ohno Kazuo. The art form is known to "resist fixity"[1] and be difficult to define.

    All proceeds go directly to create new choreography by
    Sara Baird of Anemone Dance Theater
    Julie Becton Gillum of Legacy Butoh
    and Jenni Cockrell of Strange Daughters Butoh

    anemonedance.org or anemonedancetheater@gmail.com for more information

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