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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Host: Samara Thompson
 
Choreographer Alyssa Martin on her piece in Dance Matters--Series 2--Risky Business and Rebel Yells, showing Saturday February 21, 8pm, and Sunday February 22, 4pm, at Scotiabank Studio Theatre. Six other choreographers also feature edgy, highly physical or unconventional works.

Lindsay Guarino, Assistant Professor of Dance at Salve Regina University, Newport, Rhode Island. Co-Author with Wendy Oliver of the book Jazz Dance: A History of the Roots and Branches, published by University Press of Florida. This book is unique in its focus on history rather than technique. Offers the only overview of trends and development in jazz dance since 1960.  http://upf.com/
 

 

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