The Friday Round Up

Can you believe it is nearly November already??  Shake those rainy day blues with some great dance – always good to put a smile on your face!

November 9 and 10 Kidd Pivot, Vancouver’s own, in DanceHouse presentation of The Tempest Replica. Integrating movement, original music, text, and rich visual design, Kidd Pivot’s work is assembled with recklessness and rigour, balancing sharp exactitude with irreverence and risk.  You may have seen some of the piece at the open rehearsal back in late August – this is a show not to be missed! Feast your eyes here or read more about it.   Vancouver Playhouse 8pm. TixPhoto by Jorg Baumann

Tonight, tomorrow and Sunday you still have the opportunity to see  Awáa: Project XII, a new work directed and choreographed by Aszure Barton.  This piece, performed by seven dancers, floods with Barton’s emotional and sensual complexity and the work has everything to do with the artists involved and the time spent creating together. These are not dancers and collaborators that are interested in just being told what to do; nothing exists without them. The work grows in real time with what is now; the creativity also belongs to them. At the Norman Rothstein Theatre 8pm Tix

Body Narratives Collective (BNC) is a Vancouver based collective with an interdisciplinary focus.  Co-directors Meghan Goodman and Julia Carr view the world through the lens of dance, but are committed to researching performance practices that integrate different artistic disciplines in order to discover something contemporary. Tonight at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts in Burnaby come see a studio showing of their most recent work. 6:30 pm FREE

~ by DanceHouse on October 26, 2012.

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