Performance | Global Dance Connections series
In Dollhouse, Canadian contemporary dance master and choreographer Bill Coleman portrays a figure whose whole world is literally falling in around him. Inhabiting a cluttered room which collapses and breaks at his every touch, he shares the stage with sound artist Gordon Monahan, whose unique score accompanies the descent into theatrical disintegration. Coleman resembles a modern fakir, as he suffers through painful yet comical situations on his way to sonic and visual chaos. Wildly original and virtually unclassifiable, Dollhouse encompasses tap dancing, performance art and sound installation, using mechanical and electronic objects, both handmade and found, to deliver surprising and dazzling images and rhythms.
Post-show talkback March 13
About the series:
The Global Dance Connections series features exciting contemporary dance from BC, across Canada and around the world. Our 2019-2020 season includes Brazil’s dynamic Focus Cia de Dança and Australia’s Lucy Guerin Inc; a world premiere from Vancouver’s Out Innerspace Dance Theatre, and a new collaboration between Wen Wei Dance and Turning Point Ensemble; the latest work from Montreal’s Dana Michel; Bill Coleman from Toronto; and Israeli choreographer Hillel Kogan.
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Single tickets for Hillel Kogan are sold through Theatre La Seizieme.
Single tickets for Wen Wei Dance are sold through PuSh International Performing Arts Festival.
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Cast + Production Credits
Concept, dance, performance – Bill Coleman
Music, sound, visuals – Gordon Monahan
Additional design – Pierre Lavoie & David Gaucher
Photos – Daniel Paquet, Paul-Antoine Taillefer