Coming to you straight from the moon! Paul and Fawnda dig into Cite Ballet‘s Enigma and the legendary Paul Taylor Dance Company‘s first-ever showing in Alberta, along with the help of some colourful balloons. Modern and dance helium: way to lighten the mood, right?
There’s a bug in the tent! Join Paul and Fawnda as they launch into a review of BWDC’s presentation of Solitudes: Solo, Daniel Léveillé‘s barely-clothed series of lone dancers in the “cross-fit of contemporary dance.”
We’re back with a jam-packed episode to start Season 3. Paul and Fawnda regale with tales from Isabelle Van Grimde’s the Body in Question(s)2, co-presented by BWDC and the U of A Museums. We ponder the release of Canada Council’s recent Yes I Dance survey (and its accompanying Interactive Dance Wheel), and finally round up all the dance events (and dancey-sorta things) to look forward to in #yeg for start of the 2015-16 season.
After a springtime hiatus we return to dish The Houston Ballet‘s La Bayadere, and things come full circle for our hosts with Nancy Sandercock’s Frost Flowers/Arctic Death Machine (all the way back to Season One, Episode One, baby).