The Friday Round Up


If you can get your mind off of the elections, there is lots of good stuff to see this week!

the-barbarians-in-love-by-Hofesh-Shechter.-barbarians-performed-by-Hofesh-Shechter-Company.-Photographer-Gabriele-Zucca.-2015-3We are revving the engines in preparation for the opener of the DanceHouse 2015/16season with the Hofesh Shechter Company! The company performed to sold out houses in Vancouver back in 2009, and they are back in Vancouver November 13 and 14 with a trilogy of captivating new works in Barbarians. To warm us up in preparation for the show, check out this interview with the man himself. Tix for the show are available here. Photo Gabriele Zucca

If you would like an opportunity to see emerging and established artists atartspix_interplay_2495jpg play in a process where they challenge and discover new ideas around collaboration and performance, come to The Interplay Project tonight and tomorrow night! As a joint presentation of the Moberly Cultural Centre and the Contingency Plan, it’s an interdisciplinary performance lab where the art of live performance will surprise, provoke and engage the audience. At the Moberly Cultural Centre, 7646 Prince Albert St, Vancouver. Tickets: $20 purchased at the door, box office opens at 7:00 pm, show at 8pm. For more info call (604) 718-6521

October 20 – 23 it is time once again for another Dances for a Small Stage – number 32! An eclectic and spirited mix of original dance creations, up-close and personal in the performance space of the Anza Club. You can do dinner and the show for $45,dessert and the show for $30 or eat at home, and come to the show for $20! Dinner starts at 6:30, show at 8pm. And remember – these shows tend to sell out! At the Anza Club, 3 W8th Ave, Vancouver. Tix

Thursday October 22, as part of their noon hour Discover Dance! series, the Dance Centre presents Danny Nielsen + Friends. Danny Nielsen is one of Canada’s brightest young tap talents and a rising star on the international scene, known for his astonishing technical prowess and adventurous approach. He teams up with special guests including dancers and jazz musicians to present a dynamic and entertaining program which highlights the infectious rhythms, expressiveness and ebullience of tap dance. At the Scotiabank Dance Centre, noon. Tix

~ by DanceHouse on October 16, 2015.

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