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Benoît Lachambre

Mining Somatic Consciousness
By Susan Kendal

Benoît Lachambre and his collaborators mine bodily experience and sense perception to create interdisciplinary performance. Currently, Lachambre is working on two new projects, which will premiere this season: a duet, Is you me, for himself and Montréal-based dance artist Louise Lecavalier, and Body Scan, a group work created in collaboration with Vancouver’s Lee Su-Feh for six dancers, including he and Lee.

6 Degrees of Separation

The Ausdruckstanz Connection
By Sarah Lochhead

From its early roots in Germany, ausdruckstanz’s influence can be found throughout Canadian theatrical dance. Here, we have made a start in tracing the a usdruckstanz connection through a network built on teacher-student relationships.

Wilkommen, Bienvenue, Welcome

Canadian Dancers in Germany | Interprètes canadiens en Allemagne
By Aubrey Reeves

Through the experiences of a number of Canadians who have found exciting artistic prospects in Germany, we provide a glimpse of the dance scene in that country.

Departments

Editorial

By Megan Andrews

Networks of influence

Making Waves

By Janelle Hardy

Michelle Olson is harvesting the fruits of her history

Marking Time

By Amy Bowring

Til Thiele; Judy Jarvis

Worst on-stage moment

Karen Kaeja

Nutritious Nate

By Nathan Payne

Beginner’s Soup

Short Waves

Chouinard receives Order of Canada; CADA Ontario secures multi-year funding; Ballet BC announces endowment campaign; Ballet Ouest starts dance study program; Okanagan Valley to see new summer dance program [David LaHay]; The Banff Centre partners with ballet companies; Canada Council appoints director of Arts Disciplines [Nicole Doucet]; 35 years for Winnipeg School [Rachel Browne]; Les Grands launches choreographic competition; Toronto Fringe dance component update; Dance scholar becomes first PhD grad from Ryerson University [Katherine Cornell]; Quick Currents [Jolene Bailie; Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada; Malgorzata Nowacka; Holly Small]

Undercurrents

By Lindsay Zier-Vogel

Vancouver’s Lola MacLaughlin, Lola Dance

In the wings

By Lindsay Zier-Vogel

Sharon Curtis, Ballet Creole’s Professional Training Program

Expert advice

On what’s hot in Germany from Brian Webb

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Ahead of the Curve? Adapting to a Changing Climate

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