n.b. In all instances, researchers, teachers and students should provide proper acknowledgment of their use of online resources, and attribute authorship to the creators of content.
Hedda Gabler directed by Thomas Ostermeier.
Operation Orfeo by Hotel Pro Forma
Audience by Oentoerend Goed
A valuable archive of movement research for theatre exists in the Odin Teatret Archives, the company and project led by Eugenio Barba and his Institute for Theatre Anthropology, which includes video footage and photographs from 1964-2011 documenting intercultural productions, training programs and experiments in movement ‘transmission’: http://www.odinteatretarchives.com/odinstory/performances
The 1989 documentary, Dance of Darkness (1989), by Edin Velez provides a useful introduction to Butoh, even if now dated. In this short clip, Kazuo Ohno speaks about the Butoh performer’s ‘technique and motivation’: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paHf7Dfaky4
An extended example of Ohno’s own movement language can be seen in this video of him dancing with a flower: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paHf7Dfaky4