Fawnda did all the things last week. She saw Shay Kuebler’s Radical System Art company create a lighting spectacle inTelemetry, and later found herself on the other side of the fourth wall as part of Mile Zero Dance‘s SubArctic Improv ensemble–performing mere inches away from Brian Webb. She tells Paul about all the joy and terror therein. Happy Halloween, everyone.
It’s a stacked (man-heavy) episode, folks: Alberta Ballet‘s Dynamic Directions showcased choreographies by Wen Wei Wang, Aszure Barton, and Yukichi Hattori; EdMetro Chorus teamed up with Tony Olivares Dance and the parkour antics of FlyFree Movement; and finally we caught Brian Webb trouncing around with CLINKER (a.k.a. Gary James Joynes) talkin’ ’bout death and stuff. Whew.
Fawnda and Paul are back at it after moving the blanket fort across the city and snagging the Yeggie Award for Best in Arts & Culture, covering Body Traks by Tony Olivares Dance and Devi presented by the Thousand Faces Festival. Lots in store before the close of the season, so listen close for details about Mile Zero Dance‘s SHO-TEL and Dance at Nextfest.