What's to see at the 13th Annual Vancouver International Dance Festival

 

Expose, a duet from Co.Erasga (Vancouver) explores sexuality, gender, identity. Roundhouse March 5-8.

Drift or Drive, solo performance by Kitt Johnson (Denmark) about the instinctual human caught between culture and biology. Roundhouse, March 7-9, 8pm.

Kokoro Dance (Vancouver) offers site-specific explorations of space and movement at diverse locations throughout the festival. March 2 & 16 @ Woodwards Atrium 12:30pm, March 2nd & 16 @ Vancouver Art Gallery 2:30pm, March 3 & 12, Lonsdale Quay 3pm.

 

Dancers of Damelahamid (Vancouver) perform Luu Hlotitxw: Spirit Transforming, an exploration of transcendence rooted in the dance traditions of the Gitxsan. Roundhouse March 14-16, 7pm.

battery opera (Vancouver) offers a solo performance by Jung-Ah Chung Everything and a duet with Lee Su-Feh, Jung-Ah and Su-Feh. Roundhouse March 12-13, 8pm.

 

Margie Gillis (Montreal) presents the world premiere ofThe Light Between, solos, duos and trios based on 25 years of research with painter/sculpter Randal Newman. Playhouse, March 16, 8pm.

T42 (Switzerland) performs Another Chopsticks Story which asks if  we're able to free ourselves from identity misconceptions between East & West, and between men and women. Roundhouse, March 19-20, 7pm.

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