Angela Buccinni has run away to Columbus, Ohio to join CIRCURIOUS at the Southern Theatre, 21 Main St., which has performances Wednesday, June 23, 2010 – Sunday, June 27, 2010.
Presented by Cirque-tacular Entertainment, CIRCURIOUS is described as a century of American WOW-factor featuring aerialists, acrobats, contortionists, jugglers, illusionists, singers, dancers, world record holders, and indescribable feats. Tickets are
$22.50 – $42.50 and are available through the box office 800-745-3000 or online www.circurious.com. A 10% discount is being offered by using the code “community” at Ticketmaster.
Angela played Morta Discordia, performed as an aerialist and contributed to the choreography of Alfred Preisser and Randy Weiner’s CALIGULA MAXIMUS at La MaMa’s Ellen Stewart Theatre which ran from March 12-April 17, 2010 in New York.
Angela loved working on CALIGULA and of her experience, she writes, “This cast and production team truly had a special dynamic. Right from the start there was a comfort level that takes most groups a very long time to achieve. The creative team gave us the freedom to explore and create in a non-judgmental environment which allowed for everyone to go on a journey of discovery together. Not only were we permitted to explore the “CALIGULA” within ourselves but within each other. The diverse cast from all walks of the moon was so generous not only with sharing each of their unique talents but with allowing others into their world. This group’s openness with one another allowed for a truly genuine appreciation and respect for one another, an understanding and unspoken trust which established a safe environment for everyone to play ! What I take from my CALIGULA experience is not only a renewed sense of joy and play but an openness and confidence to continue my explorations of self and others with a new and exciting perspective.”
In New York, Angela has danced with The Chase Brock Experience, trained with the Brooklyn-based, ‘PopAction’ dance company STREB and currently works with Cirqutacular and Tribe of Human. She began learning tap, jazz and ballet in her native Buffalo, NY at age 6. Her physical literacy and drive quickly matured as her training expanded into a broad spectrum of movement disciplines including pointe, modern, musical theatre, diving, gymnastics, and track and field. In 2002, Angela was accepted to the Boston Conservatory where she was awarded the Jan Veen Scholarship. Through her studies at the Conservatory, Angela would perform the works of Jose Limon, Martha Graham, and Murray Lewis as well as create her own works, seeing them performed for artists such as Yo Yo Ma. She graduated with a BFA in Dance in 2006. After moving to New York that same year Angela encountered Muscle Activation Techniques through a chance encounter and immediately recognized its transformative potential in dance. As a MAT specialist Angela serves as an active force in attempts to help performing artists achieve higher levels of performance through MAT and education. Angela currently works at Exercise-Intelligence in Soho helping people discover their movement potential through M.A.T. www.AngelaBuccinni.com
Angela and her beloved 2-year-old pit bull mix, Puma were featured in a NYPOST.com article by Beth Landsman called Pup stars!, which showcased New Yorkers in ruff times, putting their pets to work in showbiz. Pup stars! – NYPOST.com.
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