Jennifer Mascall

The Three Cornered Hat

The Three Cornered Hat presents a study of movement, space and human interaction that promotes audience participation all the while keeping a humorous and quirky disposition.

Writers & Readers

Grant Strate: Generous, Spirited, Inspiring

In preparation for her profile of Canadian dance legend Grant Strate, Carol Anderson asked friends and colleagues about their memories and recollections of working with the man himself.

Mascall Dance, Jennifer Mascall


Performance | Spectacle

Vancouver BC
May 6-13 mai 2014
6 & 13 @ 5:15 | 17h15


Body Talk

Highlights from DOTE By Sarah Todd Dancing on the Edge 2013

HIghlights from Vancouver’s 25th annual Dancing on the Edge Festival.


Ahmed Hassan (1955-2011)

Composer and musician Ahmed Hassan died on January 12th of urospesis after a lengthy struggle with multiple sclerosis. Born in Cai...

Mascall Dance: Homewerk

Today in Vancouver, Mascall Dance is performing Homewerk for The Dance Centre’s Discover Dance! series.

Jennifer Mascall: The White Spider

The Dance Current recently published a review of The White Spider by Mascall Dance, presented last month during the Vancouver International Dance Festival.


On Top of the World  

By Mary Theresa Kelly “The White Spider” Jennifer Mascall

It is understandable Jennifer Mascall’s imagination was ignited by Heinrich Harrer, one of the 20th century’s most famous European mountain climbers and adventurers.  


Asking the Why of “WhaT,?” 

By Kaija Pepper “WhaT,?” Jennifer Mascall, Ron Stewart

Just a few minutes in, I actually felt dizzy watching Ron Stewart in “WhaT,?”, a full-length solo in which he careens about the stage in an endless stream of giddiness choreographed by Jennifer Mascall, a Vancouver Body-Mind Centering practitioner who has been making dance since the seventies.