Produced by tiger princess dance projects
July 28-31, 2022
Wéi is a contemporary dance quintet created by Yvonne Ng, featuring Morgyn Aronyk-Schell, Johanna Bergfelt, Irvin Chow, Mairead Filgate and Kathia Wittenborn.
Concept and creation by Yvonne Ng, in collaboration with
Outside Eye/ Creative Facilitator: Marie-Josée Chartier
Costume Designer: Heather MacCrimmon
Lighting Designer: Nic Vincent
Stage Manager: Laura Cournoyea
Production Manager: B.C. Batty
Producing Assistant: Mathilda Kane
Thursday, July 28
Friday, July 29
Saturday, July 30
Sunday, July 31
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Founded in 1995 by Yvonne Ng, B.F.A., M.A, of Peranakan Chinese descent and an immigrant from Singapore, princess productions supports two divisions – tiger princess dance projects (1995) for Yvonne’s activities as a choreographer, performer and arts educator and dance: made in canada / fait au canada (2001) a presenting biennial festival of contemporary dance works.
Yvonne founded and developed two arts education programmes: our youth dance and literacy programme, Swallowing Clouds (partnered with the Toronto Public Libraries since 2010) and Moving Stories (2015), intergeneration movement-based programmes for senior citizens and youth which can be found at retirement residence, Sunnybrook, Toronto Rehab. Yvonne has been nominated for 8 Dora Mavor Moore Awards, won 1 DMM Award. The company, tiger princess dance projects has won 6 DMM Awards for production, has been nominated for 36 times. Yvonne was the 2021 Eldred Family Dance Award nominee and is the recipient of 2017 Muriel Sherrin Award, 2016 Jacqueline Lemieux Award, K.M. Hunter Artist Award, New Pioneers Arts Award, Chalmers Arts Fellowship, Soulpepper’s Community Artist Award and Ontario Premier’s Award for Excellence in the Arts – New Talent.
We’re thankful for the support of Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council, Lindsey Green & Sam Chaiton and the Toronto Arts Foundation’s Resiliency Fund, created thanks to donations from the Hal Jackman Foundation and The Slaight Family Foundation