CROW’S NEST AND OTHER PLACES SHE’S GONE
by Olivia C. Davies
Crow’s Nest and Other Places She’s Gone carries Indigenous women’s stories of transitions and changing definitions of home. Moving beyond boundaries in search of refuge, Blue begins to enact change in her present life by moving through memories and honouring visions of her future.
Dramaturg Alejandro Ronceria
Company Olivia C. Davies
OLIVIA C. DAVIES
Olivia C. Davies is an independent dance artist whose work investigates the body’s dynamic ability to transmit narrative. She honours her Welsh, Metis-Anishnawbe heritage in her contemporary Indigenous practice.
MAGGIE & ME: THE HEALING DANCE JOURNEY
by Christine Friday
Maggie & Me honors woman as healers in Indigenous communities, traditional practice revealed in a contemporary world.
Dramaturg Robert Desrosiers
Company Christine Friday
Christine is from Temagami First Nation. She has been a professional dance artist, performing, choreographing and instructing for 24 years. Her style is free, lyrical, explosive, contemporary -Indigenous Dance with a traditional approach. Her work reflects reality creating a shift change. She recently launched her company Pukawiss Peformance.
by Aria Evans
RElaps takes a voyeuristic look into a couple’s intimate relationship and explores how many small innocent acts can turn into huge betrayals of trust.
Dramaturg Donna-Michelle St. Bernard
Company Jesse Dell, Irvin Chow
Aria Evans works in film and dance. Drawing on her experiences as a woman of mixed race as well as her BFA she capture meaningful social and cultural themes through her interactive art. She toured with Kaha:wi Dance Theatre and performed in video’s by Tribe Called Red and Amanda Rheaume.
Thursday November 17 @ 7:30 PM | Aki Studio | Tickets $15