The National tour of TransMigration started its journey at The Sanderson Centre, in Brantford on February 20 with rave audience reviews. Afterwards, audiences were invited to a Post-Reception meet and greet with the cast and crew, sponsored by Six Nations Tourism, Six Nations Bingo, and Sade:konih.
"Rivoting - colour, music, and stills. Loved it." - Lisa Bomberry
"I feel like I've seen inside the man's soul" - Jen Davidson
Kaha:wi Dance Theatre also received standing ovations in Yellowknife on March 7 at the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre and on March 9 at the Yukon Arts Centre. While in the Yukon audiences stood up between scenes and cheered! In Yellowknife Kaha:wi Dance Theatre partnered with the Yellowknife Dance Collective to bring The Bella Dance Academy and KDT together for a workshop.
It's not too late for Toronto MBPC | drop-ins available until Friday!
Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre in Toronto
March 16-20, 2015 | 8:30am-5:00pm
Instructors - Jesse Dell, Joshua DePerry, Cheri Maracle, and Sarah Tumaliuan.
Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre in Vernon, British Columbia
March 24-27, 2015 | 9:00am-4:00pm (MT)
Instructors - will include the dynamic cast of TransMigration
MBPC is a week-long community-based training program for youth 9-14yrs, designed to be a dynamic and engaging entry point for youth who express interest in pursuing dance and/or the performing arts as a career. MBPC participants learn a variety of dance styles, including: Contemporary, Powwow Styles, Urban/Hip-Hop and Drama.
Want to get involved? - http://bit.ly/1rW1KWO
Facebook - http://on.fb.me/1yJmGH5
Questions and registration - email@example.com
Santee Smith and Juno Nominee Tanya Tagag collaborated on a rich and powerful performance at the 2015 Indspire Awards in Calgary at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium on February 27.
The performance will be air at a later date on Global TV and Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN).
Native Earth Performing Arts (NEPA) and Factory Theatre present Yvette Nolan’s The Unplugging. The play, set in a post-apocalyptic world, follows two aging Aboriginal women who have been cast out of their village and forced to wander the desolate landscape; their only tools of survival: a shared traditional knowledge and deep friendship.
Tickets are going fast, click here to purchase yours!
Shakespeare in Action presents 4th annual The Shakespeare Challenge on March 25th, where audiences will get to see an abridged version of Shakespeare’s hilarious production, The Comedy of Errors. Following the show, guests will be treated to a live and silent auction with fabulous items and packages including a trip for 2 to a Just for Laughs event in Montreal, wine tours, golfing experiences, cruises, theatre tickets, and many more! Proceeds will go towards Shakespeare in Action’s educational programming, which has helped to foster literacy, enhance creativity and promote speech arts for youth at risk in Toronto's priority neighborhoods.