The Friday Round Up

Petronio4It’s here, tonight and tomorrowDanceHouse season opener the Stephen Petronio Company in Underland! After Tuesday’s Speaking of Dance with Janet Smith, I am more excited than ever to see the creativity and imagination portrayed in the work of Petronio. If you are not familiar with his work, check out the company website to get a taste, and then come down to see the real thing. And come a little early at 7:15 for the pre-show chat where Janet Smith of the Georgia Straight will be in conversation with Stephen Petronio himself. Vancouver Playhouse, 8pm. Tix. (Photo by Frederick Hecker)

Tomorrow, Ten Fifteen Maple is holding a verb mapping event. Verb Mapping is a series of art and design explorations which concentrate on interrelationships and being-in-space. Join Rebecca Bayer at Ten Fifteen Maple for a fun mapping exercise, tracing fleeting associations involving the senses, movement, and change. At 1015 Maple St., Vancouver (at the corner of Maple & Ogden), 3pm.

Sunday Sept 29 discover the life and work of the pioneering somatic movement analyst Amelia Itcush in Remembering Amelia: Film Screening and Discussion. Join us for a short film screening of Amelia in practice and a walk-through of an exhibit about the Itcush Method, and learn about her work in a discussion with Jennifer Mascall, curator Robin Poitras, and Ashley Johnson. This is part of Culture Days , three days of fun, artsy things to do in Vancouver and beyond. At the Dance Centre, 4pm. FREE

October 2 to 5 Amber Funk Barton and her company the response. will perform in Workspace II.  Barton says “The overall concept for Workspace II has been working with the literal and metaphorical act of stealing – the dancers portrayed as a gang of thieves for and against each other. The more we work on this idea, my imagination has grown to place these characters in a post-apocalypticworld that forces them to work together in order to survive. Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, 8pm. Tix

~ by DanceHouse on September 27, 2013.

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