Watch Apolonia’s New Work: a commission by the School of Toronto Dance Theatre. As part of Impulse, her work will be presented alongside other renowned choreographers from November 23 to December 2, 2017 at the Winchester Street Theatre.
It’s confirmed – Flato Markham Theatre will officially present the Award-winning full-length Production ‘KLOROFYL’ on January 18, 2018.
Get your tickets here: https://secure1.tixhub.com/markham/online/b_otix.asp?cboPerformances=3232&cboEvent=1969
Were coming to Montreal! We’ll be doing a special collaboration with 100Lux. Dancers from Montreal AND dancers form our company will be part of the cast to remount KLOROFLY. 100Lux has been doing their thing for over 6 years now supporting promoting and leveling up urban dance and putting up platforms for urban dance artists from styles such as hip hop, popping, bboying, house, locking, krump, waacking. We’ll be sharing the stage for three nights with company Ör Pür. Come through if you’re in Monreal and you want to see something solid on a REALLY really nice stage AKA Place des Arts.
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Finding influences in the 1964 Japanese film Seven Samurai , in which warriors must regain their spark when forced to work together to survive, the play embodies the iconic style of Gadfly, which is rooted in the physical aspect of urban and contemporary dances, as well as the balance between creativity and entertainment.
Choreographers – Artistic Directors: Apolonia Velasquez and Ofilio Sinbadinho
Ör Pür (Montréal)
Simply fiction of the imagination or is it reality and ultimately fate? Do we have power over the Zodiak or is it the power of the Zodiak that defines us?
Choreographer – Artistic Director: Cindy Mc Auliffe
The Living Arts Centre is presenting our Award-winning full-length Production ‘KLOROFYL’ on March 18, 2018.
Get your tickets here: http://www.livingartscentre.ca/theatre-performances/klorofyl-gadfly-18
We’ll be presenting short excerpts from our production UNBXBL 2 as well as DNA Decoded: a live creation in front of your eyes. Arrive early, these performances always sell out (seating is on a first-come first-served basis, no reservations).