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Online Presentation January 22-31, 2021

Online by NAC/Capsule
May 23-August 31, 2021

WCD is thrilled to commission Jera Wolfe to create his first work for WCD! Dora Mavor Moore award winner, Jera Wolfe, is a choreographer and performer of Métis heritage and Associate Artist with Red Sky Performance. His captivating choreography has been presented by Canadian Stage, Fall For Dance North, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Festival des arts de Saint-Sauveur, Danse Danse, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival and more.

Photo (above): Leif Norman
Production Manager/Venue Technician: Evan Wohlgemut
Stage Manager: Paige Lewis
Second Camera Operator: Sam Layer
Costume Assistance: Wanda Farian
Company Class Teachers:
Jolene Bailie and Jera Wolfe
Accompanist: Ian Mikita

Choreography:
Jera Wolfe

Featuring a cast of Winnipeg dancers:
Carol-Ann Bohrn, Allison Brooks, Mark Dela Cruz and Kira Hofmann

Lighting Design:
Hugh Conacher

Video and Editing:
Landon Lake

Jera Wolfe

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Jera Wolfe

Born in Toronto, Canada, Dora winner Jera Wolfe is a choreographer and performer of Métis heritage and is an Associate Artist with Red Sky Performance.

Jera is the official Canadian choreographer for NBS’s Sharing Dance Day 2020 and the Ontario Ambassador for International Dance Day 2020.
His captivating choreography has awarded him the 2019 Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Original Choreography for “Trace.” He has demonstrated an impressive repertoire of works presented by Canadian Stage, Fall For Dance North, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Festival des arts de Saint-Sauveur, Danse Danse and Jacob’s Pillow.

His recent works include “Bare” choreographed at Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, “Trace” by Red Sky Performance, “Arise” for Canada’s National Ballet School, “Embers” for Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre, “Willow” for The School of Contemporary Dancers and “Reliance” for School of Performance and Ryerson University. Jera graduated from Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet School and, since 2016, returned to the company to create new works each year.

Aside from choreography, Jera has also performed in many dance performances including, Peggy Baker Dance Projects, “who we are in the dark,” as part of the Holland Dance Festival.

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Carol-Ann Bohrn

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Carol-Ann Bohrn

Carol-Ann Bohrn grew up in Brandon, Manitoba. Select performance credits: The Space in Between, Modulations, Last Schema, An Aspect of Alterity, and Anthem for Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers (Jolene Bailie), four seasons with Gearshifting Performance Works (Bailie, Marie-Josée Chartier, Rachel Browne), Sick + Twisted Theatre, Odette Heyn, Ming Hon, Saskatoon’s White Birch Ballet (Darlene Williams, Gioconda Barbuto, Josh Beamish) and for television commercials. Carol-Ann was selected to participate in both the Cartae Open School at aceartinc; and the Foundation Mentorship Program at MAWA. Recently, Carol-Ann was nominated for an Evie Award for her choreographic collaboration with Alexandra Garrido and Thom Morgan Jones for the full-length song cycle show By Grand Central Station at the Prairie Theatre Exchange’s Mainstage season 2020. Carol-Ann is a graduate of The School of Contemporary Dancers and also trained at Ryerson University and The Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s Teacher Training Program.

Photo: Sierra Friesen

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Allison Brooks

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Allison Brooks

Allison Brooks graduated from the School of Contemporary Dancers (2017). Since then she has performed internationally with many talented dance artists. Allison previously danced for WCD as part of the Artist in Residence seasons for the creation of two world premieres, Beyond with choreographer Jason Martin (2018) and Lucas is Lonely with choreographer Jasmine Ellis (2019).  As an emerging dancer, Allison danced with WCD’s Verge for three projects, working with Stephanie Ballard and Brent Lott. Additional credits include: GPS Collective’s tour to Leon, Mexico, The Love Project in Vancouver, and with Meghan O’Shea Pop Up Dances in Newfoundland and Victoria.

Currently splitting her time between Winnipeg and Vancouver, Allison also works as a Stott Pilates instructor.

Photo: Mark Dela Cruz

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Mark Dela Cruz

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Mark Dela Cruz

Mark Dela Cruz is a Filipinx-Canadian dance artist based out of Treaty 1 Territory, known as Winnipeg, Canada. A graduate of the School of Contemporary Dancers, they have been able to deeply nourish and supplement their origins in street dance training. They have performed with Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers – for Artist in Residence projects Lucas is Lonely with Jasmine Ellis and Flesh + Machine with Danielle Sturk. Additional performances include: Weather Parade Dance Theatre, Christina Medina and Harold Rhéaume. For the last two seasons, Mark worked as a choreographer for a national registered charity called Outside Looking In. Their most recent performances during the COVID-19 Pandemic: a live socially-distant performance at Rainbow Stage for Drop In Dance’s Recital, an Instagram Live broadcast of ‘House Party’ by LIVE Dance and a Zoom broadcast for Young Lungs Dance Exchange’s Research Series.

Photo: @sarionss × @cdmren

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Kira Hofmann

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Kira Hofmann

Born in Kelowna, BC, Kira Hofmann began her professional training at the age of 13 at Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet School. After graduating from the Ballet Academic Program under the direction of Arlene Minkhorst, Kira continued her dance training in the Akadamie at the John Cranko School in Stuttgart, Germany. At the age of 18, she accepted an apprenticeship with the Stuttgart Ballet, where she performed numerous ballets including John Cranko’s Taming of the Shrew and Onegin. During her time with the company, Kira danced both classical and contemporary repertoire and toured to Singapore, Thailand and Oman. Since moving back to Canada, she has worked as artistic assistant to choreographer, Jera Wolfe to set contemporary works on Canada’s National Ballet School, The School of Contemporary Dancers and Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Kira achieved her Teaching Certificate from The Royal Winnipeg Ballet School and currently teaches in the Professional Division at the RWB. She is thrilled to continue her journey back on stage.

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Hugh Conacher

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Hugh Conacher

Hugh Conacher is a lighting and multi-media designer, and a photographer. He has collaborated with choreographers, directors, visual artists, and dance and theatre companies throughout Canada and around the world, in venues large and small. Hugh has a long association with WCD, having worked as Resident Lighting Designer at WCD from 1983-2007, with WCD Artistic Directors Bill Evans, Tedd Robinson, and Tom Stroud. Hugh was a long time collaborator with WCD founder Rachel Browne, as well as current AD Jolene Bailie, having worked with Bailie on over 450 performances.

Photo: Leif Norman

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BODY & LIGHT

Drive-in Performance
June 25-27, 2021

Online Presentation
June 3-20, 2021

Artistic Director, Jolene Bailie’s new creation, Body & Light, features an ensemble of Winnipeg dancers and collaborations with Sound Designer, Susan Chafe and long-time collaborator, Hugh Conacher. Known for her highly visual and complex aesthetic, Bailie creates abstract works that are personal, potent and reflective.

“Body and light are themes that have come back to me daily during the Covid-19 pandemic. With so many questions encircling me daily, two things became constant: We cannot escape the body and we need light. Whether that light is the light that is inside us, or it is experiencing a sunrise or a sunset, or it is finding light when there is darkness, or it is simply a concept that can assist to move forward.”

Drive-in Performances

Friday, June 25 at 8:30pm
Saturday, June 26 at 5:30pm, 7:00pm & 8:30pm
Sunday, June 27 at 5:30pm & 7:00pm

Location: 178 Market Ave — Impark Lot #256

This is the parking lot in between MTC and Pantages Playhouse Theatre. Entrance is off Market Avenue, just around the corner from The Rachel Browne Theatre.

The show is presented in the round with cars on all four sides of the stage. Parking spots are limited.

Performance Length: 37 minutes

Please purchase early, space is limited. Every car gets a front row seat!

Body & Light Drive-In Performances

In partnership with Théâtre Cercle Molière

Production Manager & Lighting Accessories: Hugh Conacher
WCD Venue Technician: Evan Wohlgemut
Crew: Claude Robert, Miguel Fortier, Keith Danboise

Special thanks to Manitoba Theatre Centre & Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation for their assistance and support.


Online Presentation

Created & produced at The Rachel Browne Theatre

June 3-20, 2021

Choreography & Text:
Jolene Bailie

Dancers:
Carol-Ann Bohrn, Mark Dela Cruz, Julious Gambalan, Hélène Le Moullec Mancini, Shawn Maclaine and Warren McClelland

Lighting:
Hugh Conacher

Sound:
Susan Chafe

Video and Editing:
Landon Lake

Costume Co-Design:
Wanda Farian

Photo (above):
Hugh Conacher

Jolene Bailie

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Jolene Bailie

Jolene Bailie is a choreographer, director and producer of contemporary dance. Her work reflects on humanness, soul and identity to express a deeply human experience that is honest, complex and thorough.

Appointed Artistic Director, fall 2019, works performed by WCD since appointment include: Modulations, The Space In Between, Last Schema, Anthem, An Aspect of Alterity and Covid Sonata.  Bailie’s choreography has also been presented for Calibrations of Flux and Up Close and disDANCING for WCD’s Emerging Artist Initiative.

Since 2019, her choreography has been presented in Winnipeg, Vancouver, Regina, Toronto and online.  This is her first full length work for WCD.

Bailie has produced shows annually in Winnipeg since 2000, created 11 full-length works, and toured her work to national and international critical acclaim. Her career began with over a decade of solo performance; Highlights include performing works by Jose Limon, Anna Sokolow, Marie-Josee Chartier, Joe Laughlin, Denise Clarke, Deborah Dunn, Marc Boivin, Bill Evans and Rachel Browne. In 2004 her focus began to shift to choreography and then it shifted again in 2010 to focus primarily on creating for an ensemble of dancers. Collaborations with Hugh Conacher, Wanda Koop and Susan Chafe have been critical to her development as an artist.

Bailie holds a Masters of Fine Art in Dance through The American Dance Festival/Hollins University, where she studied under Thomas De Frantz. Her thesis performance, Gloria’s Sensoria, was presented at The American Dance Festival in 2012, under thesis advisor, Jeffery N. Bullock.

She holds a Teacher’s Certificate with Distinction from The Royal Academy of Dance; and a Bachelor of Arts Honors degree and the Gold Medal Award for Academic Excellence from The University of Winnipeg. Bailie is a graduate from The School of Contemporary Dancers and the Founding Artistic Director of Gearshifting Performance Works, a company that successfully operated for 19 years and where she created over 30 original works.

Photo: Gary Sewell

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Hugh Conacher

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Hugh Conacher

Hugh Conacher is a lighting and multi-media designer, and a photographer. He has collaborated with choreographers, directors, visual artists, and dance and theatre companies throughout Canada and around the world, in venues large and small. His multi-disciplinary process, the foundation of which is over 30 years as a lighting designer, straddles the worlds of lighting design, new media technologies, projection and photography, using whichever media form best serves the vision of the project.

Originally from Toronto, Hugh has a long association with WCD, having worked as Resident Lighting Designer at WCD from 1983-2007, with WCD Artistic Directors Bill Evans, Tedd Robinson, and Tom Stroud. Hugh was a long time collaborator with WCD founder Rachel Browne, as well as current AD Jolene Bailie, having worked with Bailie on over 450 performances.

Hugh has been a member of the Associated Designers of Canada since 1982 and is a member of l’Association des professionnels des arts de la scène du Québec.

Photo: Leif Norman

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Susan Chafe

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Susan Chafe

Much of Susan Chafe’s work bridges boundaries between mediums. She has exhibited in art galleries nationally and internationally and collaborated with visual, theatre and dance artists from Winnipeg and elsewhere on text, sound, performance, video and installation based projects.

She has produced sound for numerous installations, videos and performances over many years. She previously created sound for Choreographer’s Jolene Bailie’s Sensory Life, Infinite World, Inspiro, All You Can Eat/The Top?, Myriad Beings, Happyland and Hybrid Human.

Susan Chafe studied graphic arts at Red River College and Fine Arts at The University of Manitoba. Her visual art has been exhibited at The Winnipeg Art Gallery in New Histories, Edge Manitoba, Contemporary Art in Manitoba, A Dress and Transformations: Objects into Art. Some other exhibitions include: Simultudes, Tinworks and Fax, all at Plug In ICA; Susan Chafe (Gallerie M, Montreal), Art Hotel (Amsterdam), Cultural Commentary (The McKenzie Gallery), Library (Anna Leonowens, Halifax), Perception Reception (Gallery 1.1.1.). Her work is in the collections of The Winnipeg Art Gallery and the Manitoba Arts Council.

Also a book designer, she designs artist books and catalogues for galleries across Canada and the U.S., and received the Manuel Dias Book Design of the Year award for Pauline Boutal, published by Editions du Blè.  This is her first project with Winnipeg’s Contemporary.

Photo: Leif Norman

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Wanda Farian

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Wanda Farian

Wanda Farian grew up on a dairy farm in southern Manitoba. She is a self-taught costume designer and works in multiple genres, including dance, theatre, television and film. Wanda has been designing for modern dance since1989; beginning at Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers and has created costumes under the direction of Artistic Directors Tedd Robinson, Charles Moulton and Tom Stroud. She has had the good fortune to collaborate with choreographers Danielle Sturk, Freya Olafson, Treasure Waddell, Ruth Cansfield, Rachel Browne and Karen Kuzak, and has toured to Montréal, Banff and New York.

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Carol-Ann Bohrn

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Carol-Ann Bohrn

Carol-Ann Bohrn grew up in Brandon, Manitoba. WCD performance credits: The Space in Between, Modulations, Last Schema, An Aspect of Alterity, Anthem (all by Jolene Bailie) and Begin Again (by Jera Wolfe). Additional performance credits: Four seasons and 47 performances with Gearshifting Performance Works (Bailie, Marie-Josée Chartier, Rachel Browne), By Grand Central Station at Prairie Theatre Exchange (Thomas Morgan Jones), Sick + Twisted Theatre, Odette Heyn, Ming Hon, Saskatoon’s White Birch Ballet (Darlene Williams, Gioconda Barbuto, Josh Beamish), as well as for television commercials, music videos and film. Carol-Ann has participated and been mentored through the Cartae Open School at aceartinc and the Foundation Mentorship Program at MAWA. Carol-Ann is a graduate of The School of Contemporary Dancers and also trained at Ryerson University and The Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s Teacher Training Program. Carol-Ann also performs in WCD: Class at Home 1, a free online class by WCD.

Photo: Jenna Wilder

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Mark Dela Cruz

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Mark Dela Cruz

Mark Dela Cruz is a Filipinx-Canadian dance artist based out of Treaty 1 Territory, known as Winnipeg, Canada, immigrated halfway across the Earth from their hometown, their Barangay; Osmeña, Solano, Nueva Viscaya, Philippines. WCD performance credits: Begin Again by Jera Wolfe, Artist in Residence projects Lucas is Lonely with Jasmine Ellis and Flesh + Machine with Danielle Sturk and Verge.  Additional performance credits: Weather Parade Dance Theatre, Christina Medina, Harold Rhéaume and Gearshifting Performance Works. For the last two seasons, Mark worked as a choreographer for a national registered charity called Outside Looking In. A graduate of the School of Contemporary Dancers, they’ve been able to deeply nourish and supplement their origins in street dance. Performances during the Covid-19 Pandemic: a live socially-distant performance at Rainbow Stage for Drop-In Dance’s Recital, an Instagram Live broadcast of ‘House Party’ by LIVE Dance, a Zoom broadcast for Young Lungs Dance Exchange and Begin Again with WCD. Mark also performs in WCD: Class at Home 1 and WCD: Class at Home 2.

Photo: @sarionss × @cdmren

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Julious Gambalan

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Julious Gambalan

Julious Gambalan recently performed in WCD’s Emerging Artist Initiative shows Calibrations of Flux and Up Close and disDANCING; and previously for Verge: Remembering Rachel Browne. Born in Winnipeg, Julious is a 2020 graduate of The School of Contemporary Dancers and has a BA Honours in Dance (2020) and a BSC (2016). Through SCD, Julious had the opportunity to tour to the Stream of Dance Festival in Regina, New Blue Festival in Toronto and internationally to Vienna, Austria. Julious performs with support from The School of Contemporary Dancers. Julious also performs with NAfro Dance Productions.

Photo: Mark Dela Cruz

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Hélène Le Moullec Mancini

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Hélène Le Moullec Mancini

Since graduating from the School of Contemporary Dancers with a B.A Honours in Dance in 2005, Hélène has worked as a dance artist in Winnipeg and in works by guest choreographers from all around the world. Select credits: 16 seasons with NAfro Dance Productions (Artistic Director, Casimiro Nhussi), six seasons and over 50 performances under the direction of Jolene Bailie at Gearshifting Performance Works (2013-2019, performing in works by Bailie, Rachel Browne and Marie-Josee Chartier), productions with Paula Blair and work with Stephanie Ballard and Brent Lott. Hélène has toured to Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and China performing at galleries and festivals. Hélène was born in Notre Dame de Lourdes, grew up in Ottawa, and is also the Artistic Manager for the Winnipeg Comedy Festival.

Photo: Leif Norman

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Shawn Maclaine

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Shawn Maclaine

Shawn Maclaine was born in Halifax and grew up in Toronto and this is his second season dancing with WCD. Performance credits for WCD include: Last Schema, Covid Sonata, Anthem (all by Bailie) and COMMENTARY ON/OFF (by Ming Hon). Previously Shawn danced under the direction of Bailie at Gearshifting Performance Works for 26 performances, originating roles in numerous works, performing on tour, and in works by Jolene Bailie and Marie-Josee Chartier. Shawn is a graduate of The School of Contemporary Dancers where he performed in projects with Odette Heyn, GPS Dance Collective (in Leon, Mexico) and as an emerging dancer for WCD’s Verge. Shawn started training at the National Ballet School’s professional program, where he trained for 4 years. After additional training at The Royal Winnipeg Ballet School, Professional Division, his focus shifted to contemporary dance.

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Warren McClelland

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Warren McClelland

Warren McClelland has danced with Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers for the productions: ACTUALIZE (2019), As Though I Had Wings (2017), For the Turnstiles (2016), GORGE (2015) and as an emerging dancer in Verge (2014-2016). Most recently, Warren danced Last SchemaModulations, The Space in Between and Anthem for WCD. Warren previously danced under the direction of Bailie at Gearshifting Performance Works for 16 performances, in several works, in Winnipeg and on tour. Additional credits: Weather Parade Dance Theatre, Alex Elliot and Johanna Riley.  Originally from Brandon, Manitoba, Warren came to Winnipeg to train at the School of Contemporary Dancers, graduating in 2014, since then he has worked with many choreographers both locally and internationally.

Photo: Leif Norman

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YES / THIS IS MY MATH DANCE

Online Presentation
June 24-July 4, 2021

Due to Covid-19, we are unable to welcome out-of-province Guest Artists to Winnipeg at this time.

As a result, YES / THIS IS MY MATH DANCE pivots to an online presentation, June 24-July 4, 2021!

Two works on a shared program.

A manifesto for the post-cynical, YES comes to WCD with a history of acclaimed success across the country. Known for her fearless approach to controversial issues, Calgary-based performer/creator, Linnea Swan rigorously integrates dance, theatre and bouffon to address Yvonne Rainers 1965 “No Manifesto.”

WCD is thrilled to introduce Toronto-based Sara Porter to Winnipeg audiences. Navigating identity, queerness and the tender flesh of one’s physical self, critically acclaimed Porter is known for her intelligent, humorous and charismatically sharp work.

YES Created & Performed by :
Linnea Swan

THIS IS MY MATH DANCE Created & Performed by :
Sara Porter

Photos by:
Tim Nguyen (above left), Jay Tse (above right)

Linnea Swan

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Linnea Swan

Linnea Swan is an interdisciplinary artist whose work lives at the intersection of dance, theatre and film. A performer and creator, she has been an active contributor to the Canadian arts ecology for over 25 years, living and working in Vancouver, Winnipeg, Toronto and Calgary.

Her work has been presented Internationally and across Canada including at The Canada Dance Festival, The Festival TransAmériques, Dancing on the Edge, Fluid Festival, Festival of New Dance, Dancers Studio West, dance: made in canada, Summerworks and Danceworks.

A former company dancer with Ruth Cansfield Dance, TRIP dance company and DanceMakers (under Artistic Director Serge Bennethan), Linnea has also worked with esteemed choreographers including Rachel Browne, Susie Burpee, David Danzon, Lesandra Dodson, Claudia Moore, Tedd Robinson, among others.

A filmmaker of note, her work includes dance film, documentary shorts, web series, as well as video to accompany live performance and promotional videos for productions. Her work has been commissioned by The National Ballet of Canada, Chartier Danse, Corpus Dance Projects, The Dietrich Group, Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists, Sara Porter, The School of Toronto Dance Theatre, The University of Calgary, among others. She enjoys leading DIY filmmaking workshops, and has acted as co-facilitator for Dancers’ Studio West’s Quick+Dirty Festival (2020/2021) and The School of Contemporary Dancers composition course in Winnipeg this past winter.

A multiple nominee for the Dora Mavor Moore award, Linnea received the Dora for Outstanding Performance in Dance for Road Trip (2013), as well as the K.M. Hunter Artist Award in Dance (2015). She was Associate Artist with Dancers’ Studio West (2018-2021) and is Co-director of ReLoCate.

Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Linnea performed with Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers as a Guest Dancer in 2001 and is a graduate of The School of Contemporary Dancers and Main Dance.

Photo by Tim Nguyen

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Sara Porter

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Sara Porter

Sara Porter is an adventurous performer and writer. Working at the intersection of text + movement, she presents a vulnerable and defiant presence onstage. Noted for being truly multi-disciplinary – and her wry sense of humor – Porter’s work is rooted in her feminist, queer worldview, and deals with the body as a point of personal reflection.

Originally from Nova Scotia, Porter worked out of Montreal and the UK before settling in Toronto in 2000.

Porter’s one-woman show – “Sara does a Solo” (2016) – about returning to dancing after raising kids – was hailed as “Irreverent, soulful and magnificent” by New York City presenters and toured across Canada and the US. Her next work, “Getting to know your Fruit” (2019) – about coming out, fruit history and the nature of memoir itself – was presented at Fall for Dance North International Presenters Showcase, and is being transformed into film by Zento Productions.

Porter recently collaborated with Vickie Fagan on the short film “Blue,” and she is featured on CBC Gem’s “The Move.”

Creating over thirty works since 1990, Sara’s popular works include “Those Penetrating Dreams,” a spoof on Harlequin romances, “Blossom,” about erotic poetry that compares women to flowers, and the iconic “Opus Ornithologicus: the great bird work;” that she performed with legendary Scottish bagpiper, Martyn Bennett. She was also invited to perform the clown-infused work for Prince Charles in the Royal Garden Party at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh.

A recipient of Chalmers Arts Fellowship 2019, Porter researches memoir & movement – an interdisciplinary form that incorporates literary memoir, poetry, vocal work and movement improvisation, for which she also offers workshops internationally.

Sara’s dance writing has been published in Canada and Scotland for 25 years and she is biographer of Canadian dance icon Peter Boneham. As an educator, Sara has written and taught new curriculum in contemporary dance for university and college programs in Canada and Scotland.

Sara has a BA in Fine Arts from Acadia University (NS) and a MA in Dance Studies from University of Surrey in England. Her company Sara Porter Productions was established in 2020 to support her growing body of work.

Photo by Marie Caloz

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UP CLOSE AND DISDANCING

Online Presentation November 13-29, 2020

Five dancers rise to the challenge of emerging into a dance career during Covid-19; with physical distancing and our current reality.

WCDs Emerging Artist Initiative is in partnership with The School of Contemporary Dancers.

Stage Manager: Paige Lewis
Venue Technician: Evan Wohlgemut
Assistant Stage Manager: Ian Mozdzen
Photo (above): Leif Norman

 

Choreography:
Jolene Bailie

Dancers:
Justine Erickson, Julious Gambalan, Andres Felipe Jimenez Mejia, Sophia Milord and Shayla Rudd

Host:
Ian Mozdzen

Video and Editing:
Landon Lake

Jolene Bailie

Justine Erickson

Julious Gambalan

Andres Felipe Jimenez Mejia

Sophie Milord

Shayla Rudd