Wen Wei Wang


Ballet’s Evolving Story of Style and Presence 

By Kaija Pepper 25th Anniversary Celebration Ballet British Columbia

New dances set to new music: the quartet of commissions celebrating Ballet British Columbia’s twenty-fifth anniversary were very contemporary in their restless explorations of the body in theatrical motion.

In the Studio | En Studio

Alison Denham: playing in space | espace de jeu

By Megan Andrews

“It is the role of the interpreter that deeply resonates with me and where I focus my attention.

Wen Wei Dance: Cock-Pit

Vancouver’s Wen Wei Dance is on tour with Cock-Pit, hitting Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre April 9th and 10th, followed by Québec City’s La Rotonde April 15th through 17th and then Montréal’s Agora de la danse April 21st through 24th.


West Coast Summer Dance 

By Kaija Pepper, Rob Kitsos Dancing on the Edge 2009  Dancing on the Edge

For dance artists in Vancouver, Dancing on the Edge is a destination.  


Beyond One Man’s Story 

By Kaija Pepper “Cock-Pit” Wen Wei Dance

There’s a lot of biography behind Wen Wei Wang’s new seventy-minute work, “Cock-Pit”, but if you hadn’t been told, you wouldn’t know it.

Canada Dance Festival: The 2008 Collection 

By Bridget Cauthery Canada Dance Festival  Canada Dance Festival 

Red arrows fixed to the sidewalk led the audience from Elgin Street to the terraces atop the National Art Centre for the premiere of Ottawa-based performance artist Kenneth Emig’s site-specific work at the Canada Dance Festival 2008.


Routes and Roots 

By Penelope Ford CanAsian International Dance Festival  CanAsian International Dance Festival

In its tenth year, the CanAsian International Dance Festival does more than recognize the multiculturalism of Canadian dance; it reveres the place of tradition in dance.