Touch Me Hold Me Let Me Go begins as a lecture and from there, takes you into alternate spaces, alternate bodies and alternate universes. Your host, Lee Su-Feh shares their own journey as they guide you through this terrain; and along the way, will sing and dance for you and with you.
This showing comes at the end of a technical residency with lighting designer James Proudfoot and stage manager Mandy Huang and is the latest iteration of a work that has been developing since 2018. It is part of a “long, slow dance” between Su-Feh and a mask carved for her by Wuikinuxv/Klahoose artist Bracken Hanuse Corlett.
Rehearsals will also be open to public viewing June 14 & 15 at 5-7pm.
Supported through The Dance Centre’s Artist-in-Residence program.
The Dance Centre’s 2022-23 Artist-in-Residence and DanceLab programs are supported in part by PuSh International Performing Arts Festival.
Photo by Arctic Char