Photo by Gina Grandi
RACHEL BRICE "PARALUMAN" Dance Show
STARRING GUEST: RACHEL BRICE
SURPRISE GUEST: To Be announced
special guests: E-chan, Milla, Camew, Michelle, Aco, Aya, Mika, SWITCH with EYAMAX&HARRY, and Joe with Deseos Dance Crew (DDC)
DATE: 9/ 7 (Fri) 2018
VENUE: Square Ebara Hiratsuka Hall
TIME: Open-18:00 Start-18:30
PRICE: 4,500 yen (reserved)
5,000 yen (on the day)
It’s finally Rachel Brice’s “Paraluman” show in a few days! I bet you are all getting very excited to finally see Rachel dance in person, along with some very special guests.
** PLEASE REAS CAREFULLY** about the tickets and entrance procedure on the day of the show.
This show is a FREE seating event. Entering is on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVE basis, and you can choose to sit wherever you want. Kindly disregard the numbers on your Peatix tickets.
The opening time to enter the hall is at 18:00. However, at the lobby we will already be open at 16:00 to accept your tickets. You will then get a printed ticket with a number. This number on the printed ticket will be the order in which you will enter the hall.
You can then either stay for a while and enjoy shopping with our vendors at the lobby.
*Tribelle / Michelle
* bdcat / doma
* Chitlom36 / Tida
* 蝙蝠屋Koumoriya / Kemuri
You can also leave and come back at 17:45 to wait for the opening time of the hall at 18:00.
Thank you and see you there!
Rachel Brice first fell in love with Belly Dance at 16 years old, after seeing The Gypsy Moor Dancers at a Renaissance Faire. She rst learned from Atesh and soon after discovered a video of Suhaila Salimpour which she obsessively studied. She began performing American Cabaret Belly Dance at restaurants and teaching yoga while putting herself through school.
A decade later she discovered Carolena Nericcio's American Tribal Style, which shifted her aesthetic from nightclub to nomad, and Jill Parker became her technique inspiration. She then studied several world and contemporary dance forms as she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Dance Ethnology. The fresh immersion in these dance forms and exposure to San Francisco culture began to mix with her 10 years as a restaurant dancer, and she (unwittingly) started to blend these influences and create something new.
In 2001 she was accidentally discovered by rock mogul Miles Copeland, and toured for several years with his company, The Bellydance Superstars. Through The BDSS, Rachel had the opportunity to work with the incredible Mardi Love, who quickly became her inspiration and muse. A new style, in uenced by the late 1800s to 1920s, emerged. These international tours, along with the newly born YouTube, sparked a global interest in this emerging style of Belly Dance, which has gone on to grow, change, and evolve. Rachel and Mardi, later with Zoe Jakes, also created a show called Le Serpent Rouge.
In June 2011 Rachel opened her own dance studio in Portland, OR, called Studio Datura. There she hosts regular dance classes along with workshops from her 8 ElementsTM Approach to Belly Dance training program. www.rachelbrice.com
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