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Day Helesic

Day Helesic is a Vancouver writer who has a somewhat extensive background in contemporary dance.

Articles

Nov 5th, 2011
Louise Lecavalier in A Few Minutes of Lock.
May 8th, 2011
O Vertigo's most important dance work offers a compelling study of nine people in captivity, and the chaos and vulnerability that ensue.
Apr 15th, 2011
Ballet BC's 25th Anniversary Celebration is decidedly au courant and refreshingly contemporary. Ballet BC with an edge, if you will.
Feb 19th, 2011
Ballet BC is on fire. Volo, the company’s latest evening of contemporary ballet, delights its audience with four exciting dance works from some of the world’s most cutting edge choreographers....
Feb 12th, 2011
Described as an imaginary encounter between Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca and his assassin, Juan Luis Trescastro, Conversations is, above all else, a meeting of two men. Beautifully realized and...
Feb 5th, 2011
Rarely do I find myself chuckling at a contemporary dance performance. Fräulein Maria made me laugh out loud.
Jan 26th, 2011
Ame Henderson/Public Recording’s Relay is an interesting theatrical experiment. Presently on tour across Canada, this Toronto company intrigues the Vancouver audience with a performance based purely...
Nov 22nd, 2010
Illustrating once again that ballet in Vancouver is reborn with a revitalized devotion to exciting contemporary aesthetics, Ballet BC combines incredible dance talent and compelling choreography in...
Nov 6th, 2010
It’s not everyday that famed Butoh company Sankai Juku comes to town. So right off the top, kudos to DanceHouse for bringing this remarkable, internationally renowned company to Vancouver with their...
Oct 21st, 2010
Vessel, Out Innerspace Dance Theatre’s first full length contemporary dance work is, simply put, fascinating. Choreographed and performed by directors David Raymond and Tiffany Tregarthen and joined...
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