December 11 - 15
The ODC School invites guest artists to come teach Int/Adv classes in the Hot Spot on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. Keep an eye out for who’s coming to the Dance!
The class will build into cardio, strengthening, and technique which is deconstructed through sensation and imagery based exercises. You will explore everything from your patience and imagination to your full physicality in the class. It will end with connecting and utilizing the ideas by learning repertory that is multifaceted as well as both physically and mentally challenging. The class brings together many different approaches to movement, ways of breaking habits and tools Chuck has gained from teachers, choreographers, and mentors around the world and meshes them with his own unique point of view and interests as a dancer and choreographer.
A native of San Francisco CA, Chuck Wilt is the Artistic Director/Choreographer of NYC based company, UNA Projects. Chuck holds a BFA in dance from NYUs Tisch School of the Arts and is a certified instructor of the GYROTONIC® Expansion System. In addition, he has trained at the San Francisco Ballet School, ODC, LINES Ballet, SEAD in Austria and numerous dance intensives around the world. Wilt has performed with Jérôme Bel's The Show Must Go On, MADBOOTS DANCE, Zoe|Juniper, Rebecca Margolick and Maxx Berkowitz’s bsaps and GroundWorks DanceTheater among others. Founded in 2013, UNA has been co-presented by ODC Theater and presented by Jacob's Pillow Inside/Out, Springboard Danse Montreal, 14th St. Y/Y Cabaret, Dumbo Dance Festival, Tisch Summer Dance Festival, Triskelion Arts, Current Sessions, DANCENOW Raw, CPR and more. He has been a selected mentee of KT Nelson’s RoundAntennae and Doug Varone’s DEVICES. Wilt has been an emerging choreographer at Springboard Danse, set senior repertory at SUNY Purchase, been on faculty for Tisch Summer High School Program and has taught internationally. This year Chuck is a selected choreographic fellow for the Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation New Directions Choreography Lab. WWW.UNA-PROJECTS.COM
photo by Scott Shaw