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Dancing on the Edge Festival

Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava in their own work Mouthpiece / Photo by Brooke Wedlock
 

Memorable Moments, Methods and Mediums

Celebrating Canadian Dance in 2016 By Emma Kerson

Is there a work or a collection of Canadian dance works that stand out as highlights to you from 2016? Are there any themes or ways of working that stand out to you as interesting or unique? We asked this question to dancers and dance enthusiasts from around the country and this was their reply.

 
Dancer's Kitchen

Alex's Maple Quinoa

Dancers need meals that are clean, easy to digest and provide enough calories to keep them energized. This maple quinoa, from Alex Tam of Aeriosa Dance Society, an aerial dance company based in Vancouver, is a power meal with the flavour of maple and bitter chocolate. Vegan, highly alkaline and magnesium rich, it can be enjoyed before or after a high intensity workout, even one eighty feet in the air.

the edges of things are ill defined

After a mentorship of Berlin-based dramaturge Gabi Beier and a residency at The Dance Centre, Vancouver-based choreographer Julianne Chapple premieres a duet at this year’s Dancing on the Edge Festival of Contemporary Dance.

 

Dancing on the Edge 2015: Part 2

MOVE: the company and Wen Wei Community Dancers By Pia Lo

Dancing on the Edge (DOTE) has been a mainstay of the Vancouver dance scene for the past twenty-seven years, presenting outstanding work of professional artists from Vancouver and elsewhere while giving an equal platform to emerging artists. For many, their premiere at DOTE is often in collaboration with established professionals that may lead to return appearances in subsequent years. The opportunity to witness an individual artist’s progression over multiple performances, year over year, is another rewarding quality of this festival.

Vanessa Goodman and The Contingency Plan

what belongs to you, a new full-length work by Vanessa Goodman and The Contingency Plan, premiered at Dancing on the Edge on July 5 and 6.

Feast at Dancing on the Edge

Emerging dancer and choreographer Katie DeVries presents Feast at Vancouver’s Dancing on the Edge festival.

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Meredith Kalaman / Photo by Curtis Stodgell
 

Dancing on the Edge

Festival | Festival

Vancouver BC
July 5-14 juillet 2018
Contemporary

Helen Simard's No Fun / Photo by Frederic Chais
 

Dancing on the Edge 2017

Festival | Festival

Vancouver BC
July 6-15 juillet 2017
Contemporary, Various

Julianne Chapple, Thoenn Glover

the edges of things are ill-defined + Wags Alternate

Performance | Spectacle

Vancouver BC
July 10-11 juillet 2016
8:30 | 20:30
Contemporary

 
Frédérick Gravel, Étienne Lepage, German Jauregui, DORSALE Dance, adelheid dance projects, Constance Cooke, Tara Cheyenne Performance, Dumb Instrument Dance, OURO Collective, Alexis Fletcher, Mascall Dance, Wen Wei Dance, Amber Funk Barton, Starrwind Dance Projects, Josh Beamish

Dancing on the Edge Festival 2016

Festival | Festival

Vancouver BC
July 7-16 juillet 2016
Contemporary

 
Mascall Dance

The Outliner

Performance | Spectacle

Vancouver BC
July 7-9 juillet 2016
7 @ 9:00 | 21:00, 8 @ 7:00 | 19:00 & 9:00 | 21:00, 9:00 | 21:00, 9 @ 7:00 | 19:00 & 9:00 | 21:00
Contemporary

 
Various Artists

Dancing on the Edge Festival 2015

Festival | Festival

Vancouver BC
July 2-11 juillet 2015
Contemporary

W&M Dance Productions

The Cube

Performance | Spectacle

BC
July 11-12 juillet 2013
11 @ 7:00 | 19:00; 12 @ 9:00 | 21:00
Physical Theatre

bODY rEMIX/gOLDBERG vARIATIONS

Performance | Spectacle

BC
May 2-3 mai 2008
Contemporary

Jennifer Clarke Projects

Church Volunteers

Performance | Spectacle

BC
July 13-15 juillet 2011
13 @ 9:00 | 21:00, 15 @ 7:00 | 19:00

She's Gone Away

Performance | Spectacle

BC
July 8-9 juillet 2011
Contemporary

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