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Performance | Dance In Vancouver

OURO Collective

HAKO

Known for imaginative and original works based on hip hop, waacking, breaking, popping and contemporary dance, OURO Collective teams up with experiential design studio Tangible for HAKO, a multidisciplinary dance experience. Using inventive interactive installations, striking visual effects and exhilarating movement for an ensemble of five virtuosic dancers, the work reframes our relationship to technology, and joyfully re-ignites our capacity for curiosity and play.

  • Sunday November 24, 2019 | 2pm

  • Scotiabank Dance Centre

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  • $34 regular | $25 students, seniors

  • Duration: 50 mins

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About the series:

The 12th biennial Dance In Vancouver
Wednesday-Sunday November 20-24, 2019
Scotiabank Dance Centre, 677 Davie St, Vancouver

There are global stories in everything – Amber Funk Barton, dance artist

Dance In Vancouver is a unique opportunity to experience the ideas and creativity of dance generated by a diverse community of our local artists. The 2019 edition features Amber Funk Barton/the response., Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY, OURO Collective, Raven Spirit Dance, Vision Impure, and more.

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Curator: Dieter Jaenicke, Director of internationale tanzmesse nrw, Germany.

TICKETS

Click on the links below to buy online or call 604.684.2787 to purchase by phone (a $5 per order additional fee applies to telephone bookings).
Toll-free: 1.877.840.0457
Groups of 8+: call 604.606.6412 or email marketing@thedancecentre.ca.

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Tickets + Packages:

Double Deal: book for any 2 DIV shows for $50

Single Tickets: $34 regular | $25 students, seniors
$25 CADA members (code required)
$21 Dance Centre members (code required)

Book by phone: 604.684.2787 (a $5 per order additional charge applies to telephone bookings)
Toll-free: 1.877.840.0457

Or online:

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Cast + Production Credits

Choreography – OURO Collective
Collaborator/Installation Artist – Alex Beim (Tangible Interaction)
Costumes – Jean Okada
Photography – Jeff Hamada