Events Calendar > Audition Series: Capacitor
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 audition forms and bring a resume & headshot if you have them.Saturday, May 26, 20123:30pm - 5:30pmCapacitor seeks professional Ballet and Modern dancers to fill out our cast of dance/circus performers. We are looking for one female and one male dancer for a variety of local and touring projects. Some paid rehearsals and more paid performances.We are looking for performers who will become part of our special blend of amazing movers and commit to our art/science/environmental conservation process. If it is a good fit, we prefer to work with performers over the course of five or more years on a project to project basis. Please visit capacitor.org for information on past projects, images, and information. Please bring a one-page resume with your contact information and listing your training and professional experience. It should also include 1-2 sentences describing your interest in working with Capacitor. Please let us know whether you have seen our work live before. Also, acquaint yourself with our 'biome' and 'Okeanos' projects.Capacitor, San Francisco’s dance-circus company, has performed for over 12,000 people in 21 shows over the past year period. This year coming will be spent rehearsing for local performances and on tours to Utah and NYC among other destinations. Capacitor is renowned for conceptually rich, bound breaking performances. Capacitor performance synthesizes the human body with abstract structures and interactive media to create science-inspired shows that deepen audience connection with the natural world. Capacitor encourages contact with scientific concepts in ways which allow audiences of all ages to see patterns and relationships inherent in nature and the cosmos. Through performance, Capacitor personalizes large, abstract concepts and in doing so, transcends cultural barriers widening the scope of basic human experience.