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Tania Alvarado

Rosanna Terracciano'snew work in progress / Image courtesy of the presenter
 
Tania Alvarado, Marie France Forcier, Melanie Kloetzel, Linnea Swan, Rosanna Terracciano, Amber Borotsik, Gerry Morita

THE EXPERIMENT #3

Performance | Spectacle

Edmonton AB
January 11-12 janvier 2019
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary, Improvisation

 

Canada Dance Festival Roundup

By Lys Stevens

In June, as festival season takes flight across Canada, the Canada Dance Festival (CDF) kicks off in Ottawa. I took on the CDF by bike, for the ease of speed when moving from one venue to another.

Tania Alvarado

DSW Dance Lab: Process A

Performance | Spectacle

Calgary AB
May 4-12 mai 2012
4, 11, 12 only
Contemporary

Tania Alvarado

laFura

Performance | Spectacle

Edmonton AB
November 28-29 novembre 2008
Contemporary

Fluid Movement Arts Festival celebrates physical performance

Calgary’s Fluid Movement Arts Festival wrapped up its fourth year on October 25th. The week-long festival presented by Springboar…

 

Interior Worlds 

By Pamela Anthony "I'm Standing Here Before You", "Still" Brian Webb, Tania Alvarado

It’s characteristic of Brian Webb to offer the complex contradictions of his work with extreme simplicity. This quality is particularly evident in his latest performance, “I’m standing here before you”, a modern and highly theatrical event that involves spoken text, extensive video art, five on-stage musicians and a very tall red ladder.

 

Satire and Celebration 

By Gregory C. Beatty Stream of Dance Biennale Thomas Lehmen, Tania Alvarado  

Intended by New Dance Horizons as a companion event that will run every second year in place of its more expansive Stream of Dance Festival, this Biennale featured performances by two guest artists: Guatamalan-born, Edmonton-based Tania Alvarado (“Still”); and Thomas Lehmen (“mono subjects”) whose touring company hails from Berlin. As originally commissioned, this review was to focus on “Still”. But as I organized my thoughts in preparation for writing, I was struck by both the parallels and disjunctions between Alvarado and Lehmen’s works.  

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