Rough Cut: New Works
Choreographers: A.Mousseau and K.Hobson. Dancers: E.Bishop, E.Cisneros, A.Garcia, E.Haile, A.Lawrance,T.Littlemore, N.McKimm, M.Svenson, N.Tsuruta
Clown for Hire
Choreographer: Angela Mousseau
Performers: Ellie Bishop, Ted Littlemore, Esrael Haile
“I have built a career out of self-deprecating humour and I don’t want to do that anymore. Do you understand what self-deprecation means when it comes from somebody who already exists in the margins? It’s not humility, it’s humiliation. I put myself down in order to speak, in order to seek permission to speak, and I simply will not do that anymore. If that means my comedy career is over, then, so be it.” — Hannah Gadsby, Nanette
What Remains of Chelsea Jane (Excerpts)
Choreographer: Kelly Hobson
Performers: Ana Laura Aranda Garcia, Erick Alexis Aguirre Cisneros, Esrael Haile, Makenzie Svenson, Anna Lawrance, Natsumi Tsuruta, Noah McKimm
Writing: Chelsea Jane | Music: Hank Pine
This work is based on the writing of Vancouver Island-based writer Chelsea Jane. Haunting and raw, this is a visceral interpretation of grief in the shadow of the overdose crisis.
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Angela Mousseau and Kelly Hobson participated in a two-week Choreographic Lab intensive at Dance Victoria Studios this past summer with Artistic Directors Justine A. Chambers and Susan Elliott. For Dance Days, they will share works they further developed from the lab. Mousseau is a 2002 graduate of The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA where she majored in modern dance. She is on faculty at Dansko Studios, Boston Dance Collective, Westcoast Performing Arts Academy, the Victoria Academy of Ballet, and resident choreographer of Convergence Contemporary Ballet.
Hobson is a dance artist, choreographer, teacher, actor and musician and the Artistic Director of the Victoria School of Contemporary Dance and founder of Dance Berserker Dance.
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