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Joshua Beamish/ MOVETHECOMPANY

PROXIMITY A collection of short works

Joshua Beamish is a British Columbian dance artist who has achieved worldwide success as a prolific choreographer and an exceptional performer: this is a chance to see both aspects of his work. The program features two of his creations – the world premiere of Lost Touch, a new solo danced by Renée Sigouin, and Proximity, a duet performed by Beamish and Sigouin. Beamish also dances in two solos choreographed for him: Redemption, by internationally-acclaimed Belgian-Colombian choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, and Ablaze Amongst the Fragments of Your Sky by Ballet BC’s Kirsten Wicklund. Falling Upward is a dance film created by Joshua Beamish, Scott Fowler & Stefan Nazarevich.

  • Thursday February 25, 2021 | 7pm PST-March 11 2021 | 7pm PST (ticket sales close March 11, 6pm)

  • Online

  • $15

  • 50 minutes

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PROXIMITY
A collection of short works

Joshua Beamish, Artistic Director
James Proudfoot, Lighting Designer/Technical Director
Taylor Janzen, Stage Manager
Heather Dotto, Rehearsal Director

Falling Upward

Co-Directors: Joshua Beamish & Scott Fowler
Choreography & Performance: Joshua Beamish
Cinematography & Editing: Scott Fowler
Original Composition: Cloud Fractal by Stefan Nazarevich

World Premiere: October 17, 2020 at Sechelt Arts Festival

This work was created with the support of the BC Arts Council.

Lost Touch (world premiere)

Choreography: Joshua Beamish
Performance: Renee Sigouin
Lighting Design: James Proudfoot
Music: Don’t You Forget About Me by Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

This work was created with the support of The Dance Centre’s Artist-in-Residence Program.

Ablaze amongst the fragments of your sky

Choreography: Kirsten Wicklund
Performance: Joshua Beamish
Lighting Design: James Proudfoot
Sound Design & Composition: Kirsten Wicklund
Sounds from The Sea Organ Sound Installation by Nikola Basic, recorded by Miles Copeland.

World Premiere: October 17, 2020 at Sechelt Arts Festival

This work was created with the support of The Dance Centre’s Artist-in-Residence Program and The Hamber Foundation.

Redemption

Choreography: Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Performance: Joshua Beamish
Lighting Design: James Proudfoot
Costume Design & Construction: Georg Meyer-Wiel
Music Composition: Redemption by Lisa Gerrard

World Premiere: October 17, 2020 at Sechelt Arts Festival

This work was created with the support of The Dance Centre’s Artist-in-Residence Program, The Hamber Foundation and the Samuel H Scripps Foundation.

Proximity

Choreography: Joshua Beamish
Performance: Joshua Beamish & Renee Sigouin
Costume Design: Bregje van Balen
Costume Construction: Hermien Hollander
Lighting Design: James Proudfoot & Joshua Beamish
Music Composition: S.T.A.Y. by Hans Zimmer

Proximity, commissioned by Fall for Dance North, Toronto, was originally performed and created with Rena Narumi, with original rehearsal direction by Roger Van der Poel. World Premiere: October 3, 2020

The creation of Proximity was also made possible with the support of Het Dansatelier Den Haag, Lonneke Van Leth Dans, Theater De Nieuwe Regentes and the Samuel H Scripps Foundation.

 

Photos: David Cooper

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