The Friday Round Up

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It’s that time again – take out your calendars and add those dance shows that tickle your fancy!  Maybe try something new…?

November 8 and 9 DanceHouse presents the second in it’s season with Wen Wei Dance in 7th Sense. This work is an exploration of how we wield control and succumb to it: an invisible force that shapes our lives and our relationships. Inspired by the dichotomy that informs improvisation—uninhibited abandon and controlled precision—choreographer Wen Wei Wang examines ideas of control and power through his new dance creation. The full-length work is an exploration of the invisible force that shapes our lives and our relationships, rich with complex and insightful explorations of the human condition from a global perspective. Vancouver Playhouse, 8pm. Tix. (Photo by Chris Randle)

October 25 you are invited to an open rehearsal of Wen Wei Dance as the company works on 7th Sense.  This open studio will provide a fascinating insight into the artistic process and the hard work that companies go through to bring their fantastic talent to the stage! At the Kraul Studio, ScotiaBank Dance Centre, 6 – 6:30 pm – it is short so please arrive on time! FREE

Tomorrow and Saturday you still have a chance to see Ballet BC in Tilt, a showcase of three works including renowned choreographer Johan Inger’s Walking Mad,  “……one of those rare, unforgettable dance pieces that make you sorry the party’s over.” Georgia Straight. At the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 8pm. Tix.

Sunday October 20 New Works presents it’s first Dance Allsorts of the season with The 605 Collective. A double bill featuring new animalexcerpts from New Animal, a ferocious work suffused with raw, unbridled energy and groove, as well as a new commission from Vancouver-based theatre company Theatre Replacement. In this work in progress, five dancers will collaborate and translate theatre-based concepts into a hyper physical dance language. Dance Allsorts makes dance accessible to all with it’s pay-what-you-can  policy at the door, although you can buy tickets in advance at www.newworks.ca.

October 23 – 26 as part of the 40th anniversary celebration of dancer and choreographer Margie Gillis’ career, The Margie Gillis Dance Foundation in collaboration with The Stella Alder Studio of Acting present  Bulletins from Immortality…freeing Emily Dickinson. At the Cultch, 8pm. Tix  604.251.1363 or here.

~ by DanceHouse on October 18, 2013.

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