True T PGH :: Legendary Vogue Workshop Series
Sundays, November 4 - 18 & December 4, 2018 | 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Sundays, November 4, 11, 18 & December 2, 2018
Noon – 3p / KST Alloy Studios
5530 Penn Ave :: Map
“Strike A Pose… Vogue!”
Presented in Partnership with True T PGH in conjunction with KST’s 10th Annual My People Queer Arts
You’ve seen it on the FX hit-series POSE now learn how to do it like the Legends! – Led by 2015 Pittsburgh Ballroom Hall-of-Fame inductee; Legendary Havoc Ebony and 2018 Pittsburgh Ballroom Hall-of-Fame inductee; Legendary Mother Barbie Revlon this 4-week vogue workshop will break down “The 5 Elements of Vogue” and guide more advanced participants in mastering “The Art of Performance.”
Classes are “Pay What Makes You Happy” and the series ends with a special class on battling at a live Ball!
- Drop-ins are welcome until there are no longer tickets available for purchase.
- Classes sell out fast, so pre-registration is strongly encouraged. NO REFUNDS
- Registration for a single class or full 4 week session.
- Choose a suggested level, or Pay What Makes You Happy!
For more info, please contact True T PGH, Duane Binion at 412-363-3000 x312 or email@example.com
Noon – 1:00p
Beginners Vogue – In this workshop participants will master the basic “5 Elements of Vogue” performance.
- Duckwalk: The duck walk receives its name from the appearance the name references (a duck walking) that involves squatting on your heels and kicking your feet out as you move forward on the beat.
- Catwalk: Catwalking is an exaggerated feminine walk where the legs are crossed over each other, the hips are thrust from side to side, and the hands are thrown forward in opposition to the legs.
- Hand Performance: In performance, the hands of the performer often told a story. This is the component of performing used to throw shade. For example, miming an expression of horror at the way the opponents face looks.
- Floor Performance: This component demonstrates the competitors’ sensuality as they roll, twist, and otherwise move on the ground in such a way as to capture the attention of the judges.
- Spins and Dips: This is the showiest component of vogue. These are the turns on beat, and the drops to the floor. A spin or dip is only done correctly when executed with the climax happening on the beat
2:00 – 3:00p
The Art of Vogue Performance – “Vogue Fem” is fluidity at its most extreme with exaggerated feminine movements influenced by ballet, jazz and modern dance. ranging from Dramatics (which emphasizes stunts, tricks, and speed) to Soft (which emphasizes a graceful, beautiful, and easy flow continuations between the five elements). Already mastered “The 5 Elements of Vogue”? In this workshop participants will take their basic knowledge off vogue movement and master the art of performing at a live Ball.