This episode features interviews with the remaining choreographers presenting work as a part of the Dark Horse Dance Projects. The first group of guests include choreographer, Charles Cardin-Bourbeau and his three dancers, Jessie LHôte, Alya Graham and Annabel Boissoneault. Next, choreographer Keir Knight introduced us to his team and project. Then, Montreal duo Julie Tymchuk and Marie-France Jacques tell us about their collaboration. Another soloist, Kay Kenney joins us from Kingston. Also from Montreal, choreographer and performer, Élise Bergeron and performer Rosie Contant join us next. The episode ends with Mary Catherine Jack, who tells us about her vignettes.
Dirty Feet #170 • DHDP 2016 Artists (part 2 of 2) • BIL
More interviews with Dark Horse Dance Projects choreographers & performers.
Dirty Feet #169 • DHDP 2016 Artists (part 1 of 2) • BIL
Interviews with Dark Horse Dance Projects choreographers & performers.
Dirty Feet #168 • Dark Horse Dance Projects 2016 Team • BIL
Interviews with Artistic Directors, Jocelyn Todd and Marie-Pier Gilbert as well as Associate Director, Amelia Griffin.
In a continuation of the Dark Horse Dance Projects coverage, Allison interviews the artists presenting choreographic work in the showcase. First is solo artist Alexane Couture, followed by choreographer Amber Green and her dancers Maxime Nadeau and Audrée Papineau. Next is Lisa Hebert with another self-choreographed solo. Then Choreographer, Maureen Shea and collaborating performer Douglas Renick step up to the microphone. The interviews wrap up with a trio of collaborating choreographers, Elizabeth Emond-Stevenson, Lois Chan and Jessica Hotte. This is the first of two episodes featuring conversations with the DHDP artists, check out the following episode for the second half of the interviews.
Photo: Kay Kenney
In this first of a series of episodes covering the 2016 edition of the Dark Horse Dance Projects (DHDP), the focus is on the team behind the project. Allison interviews the two Artistic Directors, Jocelyn Todd and Marie-Pier Gilbert as well as Associate Director, Amelia Griffin.