Iconic Music Video Choreography Workshop led by Kayla Castellon and Patricia Suarez.
Kayla and Pat will be going back into the pop culture archives to excavate the choreography of the greats! Join them to learn choreography performed by your favorite household names, just in time for a new party trick for 2022.
KayandPatmoves is the choreographic collaboration of Kayla Castellon and Patricia Rose Suarez. After graduating from The University of the Arts in 2017, with BFAs in Dance, they developed their own method of making work. With Kayla’s background in community engagement, and Patricia’s background in music production and acting, the two nuggets create dexterous experiences for both the performer, and the viewer. Their work investigates the complexities of the human experience- aiming to expose the lightness in life without discrediting the weight. Their mission as artistic directors and educators is to encourage individual agency amongst every spirit in the room, no matter the age or experiences behind them. In their world, everyone has the agency to direct. KayandPatmoves has been presented by Triskelion Arts in Brooklyn, New York as part of SummerFest in 2019. Their most recent dance film “Teen” was screened at the Bandshell in North Miami Beach, hosted by Screendance Miami Festival. Kay and Pat have recently birthed a new baby born under the name Noise Complaint; a 50-minute sweat party that pulls from elements of dance cardio, H.I.I.T, and Pilates strength training. They are currently hosting Noise Complaint classes as part of their research and hope to bring the function to The Light Box in the near future.
Eventz Paul is currently the Technical Director and Productions Manager at Miami Light Project. He has been a part of this organization since 2011. He participated in Miami Light Project’s first class of the Technical Fellowship Program held at The Light Box. He joined this program hoping to improve his existing theater skills. He received training from experts in the industry that mentored and further his theater technical skills. Now, he has successfully used his professional knowledge and has had the opportunity to work with various arts organizations and venues throughout Miami including Miami Theater Center, National Young Arts Foundation, the Colony Theatre and many more. He has become an instructor and conducts audiovisual classes to incoming technical fellows.
Beth Boone has been the Artistic & Executive Director of Miami Light Project since 1998, developing critically acclaimed artistic programs that have asserted the organization as one of the leading cultural institutions in South Florida. These programs include: the establishment of Here & Now, South Florida’s most respected commission and presenting program for community-based artists; premiere presentations of internationally acclaimed; pioneering historic international cultural exchange with Cuba; and the creation of The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse, a multi-use performance and visual art space in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District. She previously served as Associate Director of Development for Florida Grand Opera, Deputy Director for the Department of Cultural Affairs at Miami Dade Community College, Wolfson Campus, co-founded an Off Broadway theater company (New York Rep), and served for six years as a Program Associate in the Arts & Culture Program of the AT&T Foundation. She received a B.A. in Fine Arts from the College of Charleston in South Carolina, and a MFA in Theater Arts from Brandeis University in Boston, MA.