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Rodney Diverlus

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Rodney Diverlus' Work

Performers in Tableau D’Hôte Theatre’s Blackout, choreography by Rodney Diverlus, set by Sophie El-Assad, costumes by Noémi Poulin, lighting by Audrey-Anne Bouchard, projections by Jaclyn Turner / Photo by Jaclyn Turner
 

Political Bodies

Dance and/as Protest By Elan Marchinko, Rodney Diverlus

Public protest on the land now called Canada often disrupts the rhythms of everyday life. Dance, when used in and as protest, entails the work of remembrance and caring for difficult histories, memories and stories. Elan Marchinko explores four performative works that engage in protest: The Holomodor Project, Meridian, Bearing and Blackout. Included are Rodney Diverlus’s choreographer’s notes.

Dance and/as Protest

By Elan Marchinko, Rodney Diverlus

Public protest on the land now called Canada often disrupts the rhythms of everyday life. Dance, when used in and as protest, entails the work of remembrance and caring for difficult histories, memories and stories. Elan Marchinko explores four performative works that engage in protest. Included are Rodney Diverlus’s choreographer’s notes.

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