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Jennifer Dallas

Roxanne Korpan / Photo by Citrus Photography and Dancers' Studio West
 
Michael Caldwell, Jennifer Dallas, Candice Irwin, David Norsworthy, Genevieve Robitaille

Series 3 - Into the Fire

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
April 21-22 avril 2018
21 @ 7:00 | 21:00
Contemporary

Cutting Paper

Cutting Paper is a short video work inspired by the short story The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Choreographed and performed by Jennifer Dallas, with videography by Melanie Gordon, the work is described by them as telling the story of “a woman’s quiet revolution as she slowly develops the courage to listen to her own voice in a world that mistakes her clarity and creativity for insanity.”

 

Facing African Dance Creation

By Lys Stevens Series C + Face 2 Face

For this third edition of the Face 2 Face series, Cathy Levy, National Arts Centre executive producer of dance, chose to highlight artists “whose lives and stories are rooted in Africa.”

Idiom

Idiom, by Kemi Contemporary Dance Projects’ Artistic Director Jennifer Dallas of Toronto and Bienvenue Bazié of Burkina Faso, premiered in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, this past December and had its Canadian premiere last weekend in Kitchener, ON.

 
Jennifer Dallas, Bienvenue Bazié, Kemi Contemporary Dance Projects, Marie Claire Forté, Aurélie Pedron

Di/Convergence: Idiom & Le Projet Qui Tourne & Entre

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal  QC
January 29-1 février 2015
Thurs-Sat @ 7:30 | jeudi-samedi @ 19:30
Contemporary

 
Kemi Contemporary Dance Projects, Jennifer Dallas, Bienvenue Bazié

Idiom & Sous un projecteur

Performance | Spectacle

Ottawa  ON
February 4-7 février 2015
4-5 @ 9:00 | 21:00, 6 @ 6:00 | 18:00, 7 @ 4:30 | 16:30
Contemporary

 
Jennifer Dallas, Tedd Robinson

Stages

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
September 18-21 septembre 2013
Contemporary

 

A Hopeful Message 

By Kathleen Smith Longer Than A Shadow Kemi Contemporary Dance Projects

Is it just me or does anyone else feel that too many dance shows are formally presented before they are quite ready?

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