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Public Energy

The P(art)y Ball

Performance | Spectacle

Peterborough ON
May 25 mai 2019
Multidisciplinary

 
Public Energy, Bill Coleman

Public Energy Community Performance

Participatory | Participatif

Peterborough ON
May 25 mai 2019
Contemporary

 

Blinded by Sound, Playing at Life

Bill Coleman and Gordon Monahan’s Dollhouse By Victoria Mohr-Blakeney Dollhouse

At first glance, the set of Dollhouse is its own cause for concern, a booby-trapped mess of wires, ladders, mousetraps and sound equipment. Coleman staggers through the chaos, knocking down tables and yanking wires, leaving a trail of destruction in his wake.

 

Calm Amid the Chaos

An Interview with Lara Kramer on her new work Tame By Victoria Mohr-Blakeney

The world premiere is in two days. Kramer listens carefully as her collaborators troubleshoot. Like her work, she is focussed, intuitive, and highly perceptive. A seasoned choreographer with five full-length works, a slew of residencies, and a company under her name, Kramer gracefully brings the discussion to a resolution. There is still more work to be done.

Dancing Diggers

Public Energy sponsors films Trash Dance and Pretty Big Dig at Peterborough’s ReFrame Film Festival January 26.

 

Gilding the Lily 

By Ursula Pflug, Bill James From the House of Mirth (avant premiere) James Kudelka, Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie

From the House of Mirth is a dance/opera inspired by Edith Wharton’s 1905 novel, choreographed by James Kudelka. The production is a true hybrid, where neither the dance nor the opera is intended to dominate. Writer Ursula Pflug responds to the Peterborough avant premiere performance here and then discusses the event with choreographer Bill James.

 

Kaha:wi Dance Theatre brings together dance and lacrosse

Kaha:wi Dance Theatre Artistic Director Santee Smith was commissioned to choreograph a new contemporary work combining lacrosse an...

A colourful, psychedelic background and rendering of a person from the chest up with their hands up and open at chest level. Text in the corner reads "get tickets now"
 
Public Energy

The P(art)y Ball

Performance | Spectacle

Peterborough ON
May 25 mai 2019
Multidisciplinary

 
Public Energy, Bill Coleman

Public Energy Community Performance

Participatory | Participatif

Peterborough ON
May 25 mai 2019
Contemporary

 
Jaberi Dance Theatre

No Woman's Land

Performance | Spectacle

Peterborough ON
March 9-10 mars 2019
9 @ 8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

 
Roshanak Jaberi

No Woman's Land

Performance | Spectacle

Peterborough ON
March 9-10 mars 2019
9 @ 8:00 | 20:00
Interdisciplinary

 
Victoria Hunt

Copper Promises: Hinemihi Haka

Performance | Spectacle

Peterborough ON
February 19 février 2019
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

 
Djuki Mala

Djuki Mala

Performance | Spectacle

Peterborough ON
February 5 février 2019
7:30 | 19:30
Contemporary

 
Hoop Dancer Crystal "Beany" John , Jade Willoughby

Between the Water and the Sky

Performance | Spectacle

Peterborough ON
September 27 septembre 2018
5:15 | 17:15
Indigenous

 
Anandam Dancetheatre

Divergent Dances Peterborough

Performance | Spectacle

Peterborough ON
September 28-29 septembre 2018
28 @ 7:00 | 19;00
Aerial

 
Various Artists

Emergency #22

Festival | Festival

Peterborough ON
March 22-24 mars 2018
22 @ 8:00 | 20:00, 23, 24 @ 6:30 | 18:30, 8:00 | 20:00, 9:30 | 21:30
Contemporary, Interdisciplinary

Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava in their own work Mouthpiece / Photo by Brooke Wedlock
 
Amy Nostbakken, Norah Sadava, Quote Unquote Collective

Mouthpiece

Performance | Spectacle

Peterborough ON
February 23 février 2018
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

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