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Connection Dance Works: subject is too dark

Connection Dance Works: subject is too dark

Location: Imperial Theatre

Date: October 3, 2019

Show Starts: 7:30 PM

Tickets: $30 adults / $25 subscribers

Choreography & Direction: Sarah Power

Lighting Design: Michelle Ramsay / Costume & Set Design: Brenda McLeese / Illustrations: Jenny Godin / Music composed & performed by: WL Altman, Andrew Reed Miller / Musician: Helen Pridmore 

Interpreters and Movement Creation: Courtney Arsenault, Jalianne Li, Jessica Lowe 

subject is too dark is an exciting new show by Connection Dance Works. The creation process began in early 2018 and continued over the course of several workshop sessions utilizing the principles and practice of Authentic Movement.

 

“We don’t really know what’s going on. It’s dark, there’s life, and everything changes. We start with our eyes closed, and wait for something to happen.

Our bodies, when paid attention to, produce amorphous inner impulses and images that we can translate into movement and sound.

We think we might just be human.”                                                              -Sarah Power        

 

Connection Dance Works acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of New Brunswick, the New Brunswick Arts Board and the Saint John Community Arts Board.

Special thank yous:

Angela Campbell

The Staff and Crew of the Imperial Theatre

Julia Aplin

Joanna Bryson

Lorne Power

Tedi Tafel

Ryan Griffith

Connection Dance Works

Connection Dance Works is a non-profit professional contemporary dance company located in Saint John, New Brunswick.  The company provides opportunities for artists to share knowledge and learn from each other through the PERSPECTIVE series, the Music and Dance Residency and our annual Saint John Contemporary Dance Festival. 

Connection Dance Works: Artistic Director, Sarah Power, Executive Director, Joanna Bryson

OUTREACH:  Dance Workshop – info TBD

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