Powered by the passionate belief that dance is for everyone, All Bodies Dance Project brings together artists with and without disabilities to explore the endless creative potential of difference. For this innovative inclusive dance company, differences are creative strengths: wheelchairs, crutches and canes open up new movement possibilities, and challenge common assumptions about the dancing body. This program of beautiful, moving and surprising contemporary dance – both live and on screen – choreographed by company members celebrates diverse ways of moving and seeing, and widens the spectrum of what dance can be.
Audience capacity for this show is limited to 50%
Message from All Bodies Dance Project
Despite the recent lifting of the provincial mask mandate, All Bodies Dance Project is requesting that masks be worn for this event. Our company and our community includes immunocompromised artists and we want to protect them while making this performance a fun, and joyful experience for everyone.
Additionally, we are kindly asking audience members to refrain from wearing perfumes, colognes and other scented-products to this performance for the safety and comfort of our dancers and community members.
Choreographer/Dancers: Harmanie Rose and Rianne Svelnis
Videographer/Editor: Martin Borden
Choreography/Performance: Harmanie Rose, Peggy Leung
Choreographer/Dancer: romham pàdraig gallacher
Dancer/Collaborator: Rianne Svelnis
Music: The Sight Below, Fever Ray, Suzanne Ciani
Editing: Gemma Crowe
Concept and Direction: Carolina Bergonzoni
Music: Sebastian Laskowski
Dancers/Contributors: Vanessa B. Mendoza, Bee Andressen, romham pàdraig gallacher, Janice Laurence, Marnie Maretic, Cheyenne Seary, Ashlee Davidson, Eileen Mackenzie, Aviva Martin, Alana Prochuk, Trina Frometa
Photos by Erik Zennstrom
This popular series offers informative and inspiring shows by BC dance companies and artists, highlighting a wide range of dance genres.
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