Programs

Dusk Dances

Mumure de Femme / Woman's Whisper  |  Lua Shayenne and Company

Kaha:wi, Four Directions, Young Woman's Dance  |  Santee Smith

THREE-TONE²  |  Karissa Barry

Duck Dances  |  MascallDance

Meet at 6:45pm at the Firehall Arts Centre, to follow the Carnival Band procession | 7:00pm Carnival Band performing at Portside Park | 7:30pm Dances begin

Portside Park

PERFORMANCE DATES
Thurs July 9 7pm Portside Park By Donation
Fri July 10 7pm Portside Park By Donation
Sat July 11 7pm Portside Park By Donation

Mumure de Femme / Woman's Whisper

Lua Shayenne and Company

Toronto

 

Murmure de femme | Woman’s Whisper is an ode to femininity. Performed by Miranda Liverpool and Lua Shayenne.

“Born to bear the weight of ceaseless adversities / I am she / Stalled in cyclic time / I remain – a woman / Rest your back against mine / Learn the rhythm of my breath / Listen carefully to every pulse in my veins / Memorize the cadence of my heart / In the flux of tempo and beats / We rise as one soul” – Lua Shayenne

Photo: Joseph Michael Photography

Note: You can use your Dance Passport at this venue.

Lua Shayenne and Company

Kaha:wi, Four Directions, Young Woman's Dance

Santee Smith

Toronto

Kaha:wi celebrates the spirit of women and their connection to Earth. The music and movement emanate from this land honouring the Konkwehon:we (Iroquois women’s) connection to Grandmother Moon, birth and plant world. Performed by Jordana Deveau, Mami Hata, Molly Johnson and Meredith Thompson with music by Jennifer Kreisberg, Pura Fe and Sony Moreno. Choreographed by Santee Smith.

kahawidance.org

Photo: Joseph Michael Photography [Image of Meredith Thompson and Molly Johnson]

Santee Smith

THREE-TONE²

Karissa Barry

Vancouver

An exploration of movement dictated by environment, sound, and the relationship of three. Perfomers/Collaborators: Lara Barclay, Karissa Barry, Kirsten Wicklund.

Photo: Robin Toma Photography

Karissa Barry

Duck Dances

MascallDance

Vancouver

Amber Funk Barton, Jennifer Mascall and Susan McKenzie create a dance to be performed by an inclusive collection of people regardless of age. Inspired by the landscape of Crab Park, Duck Dances promises to be a whimsical exploration of curious imagery, woven together with the colour red to reveal a charming tableau of events within the framework of Dusk Dances.

Duskdances.ca

MascallDance