Events Calendar > Audition Series: Copious Dance Theater
The ODC School Audition Series brings dancers and choreographers together in a class context. Dancers may use class cards or pay a $14 drop in fee ($1 cash discount). Come early to fill out information forms and bring a resume if you have one.Sunday, June 26, 20111pm - 3pmLatecomers will not be admitted to the audition so arrive early!Copious Dance Theater ("Copious") will hold open auditions for its 2012 Home season, various festival performances and a dance film.Qualifications: Female & male dancers with solid classical, improvisation, modern and partnering skills.Contracts: August 2011 to December 2012 Compensation: Dancers are paid for rehearsals and performances.Rehearsals: Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons, approx 6 -9 hrs per week in San Francisco.More information at copiousdance.org or email email@example.comCopious Dance Theater has distinguished itself by dedication to athleticism, European aesthetics, and the modern dance technique of Lester Horton led by artistic director Kat Worthington. The company has established a respectful reputation after its first home season in Spring 2011 at Z Space with rave reviews such as "....movements as liquid as a long string of pearls" by Ashley Webb of StarkInsider. Founded in 2009, this cultural organization draws its mission from its Latin adjective "Copiosus" (meaning plentiful and abundant), in our thoughts, artistry and creativity. Recently the company toured and performed at the Cowell Theater (SF), North Bay Dance Festival, Dance Mission Theater (SF) and WestWave Dance Festival among others.Kat Worthington (Artistic Director/Founder) is a native of Switzerland and received her BFA in Dance from California State University Long Beach. She holds a Horton pedagogy certification from the Ailey School in NYC and is a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer. She has taught Horton throughout Asia and Europe and worked as an active performer and choreographer in the NYC and Bay Area dance communities. San Francisco Bay Guardian dance critic Rita Felciano noted, “Kat Worthington of Copious Dance Theater.