Sunday, October 16, 2011

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William Yong, Photo by David Hou

Dancers Heather Berry-MacPhail and Kate Franklin talk about Eight Ways From Mara, a Zata Omm Dance Project production choreographed by William Yong, Artistic Director, This multidisciplinary work featuring distilled imagery and poetry from Buddhist philosophy shows Oct 20-22 at Harbourfront Centre's Enwave Theatre. A DanceWorks Mainstage Series Event.
www.danceworks.ca  www.zataomm.org

 

 

Gerry Trentham, Artistic Director of Pounds Per Square Inch Performance talks about Four Mad Humours taking place Nov 2-Nov 5 8pm at The Theatre Centre, 1087 Queen Street West. This is a interdisciplinary real-time networked show performed simulaneously with Buffalo. Both audiences will experience a live performance and live-feed virtual performance at the same time. Features four solo works based on the Elizabethan Humours-sanguine, choleric, melancholic and phlegmatic.
www.theatrecentre.org  www.poundspersquareinch.net

Choreographer, Serge Bennathan, former Artistic Director of Dancemakers, talks about his Dora Award Winning remount of Sable/Sand, a homage to his father's Algerian heritiage. Features a score composed by Ahmed Hassan who died of MS in 2011. Sable/Sand shows Oct 21-22 at the Betty Oliphant Theatre  in The Neat Strange Music of Ahmed Hassan, a multidisciplinary celebration of his work curated by Peggy Baker and The Abilities Arts Festival: A Celebration of Disability Arts and Culture showing throughout Toronto until October 30th at various venues.
www.abilitiesartsfestival.org

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Playwright Claude Guilmain about the BoucharDanse presentations in collaboration with Théâtre la Tangente, of L’Implorante and L’Eternel Voyage as part of Harbourfront Centre's NextSteps 2014-15 season, a DanceWorks CoWorks Series. Both choreographed by Sylvie Bouchard.  http://www.bouchardanse.com/      http://www.theatrelatangente.ca/en/index.html
 
Baroque Dancers Tyler Gledhill and Cynthia Smithers on their performances in the Canadian premiere of a fully staged period production of Alcina. Shows Oct. 23 – Nov. 1, 2014 at the Elgin Theatre.  George Frideric Handel’s magical Alcina is a Baroque masterpiece that premiered in London in 1735. This production will mark Opera Atelier’s first major Handel production. Alcina tells the story of a sorceress whose world is a mirage composed of the souls of her past lovers, and the Christian knight Ruggiero who is destined to set them free.   http://www.operaatelier.com/
 
 

 

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