Kimberly Plough Inspired by their powerful fusion of lighting, music and movement, Kim Plough specializes in stage management for dance and circus arts. Her recent…
I’ve noticed that from the 80’s onward, every once in a while I’ll want to do a dance with a contraption. By this I mean with an object that expresses in a material form – another medium than dance – an idea we live and abide by, in dance.
The OUTLINER, an otherworldly work with a suitably otherworldly process, in many different cities and times. Move, adapt, respond, offer, respond.
The Canada Dance Festival is underway in Ottawa, and Jennifer Mascall’s solo GRAFT, performed by longtime MascallDance associate Ron Stewart will be performed there in good…
I would notice that I was dancing. It felt effortless and it felt great. I would dance until I was finished, and after, I would be in a different place than before I was dancing. I never remembered how I would start dancing.
When it comes to dance, it’s all about process.
Poitras, Wiens and Mascall: dowsing under a microscope.
It all started with ballet. With shyness. Little did my parents expect 14 years ago that I’d step out of my bubble, all the way to Canada!