Presented in partnership with DanceWorks, this cross-country three-night showcase of Indigenous dance begins with the Dancers of Damelahamid’s signature new piece, Luu hlotitxw: Spirit Transforming, a meditation on the process of introspection, self- discovery, and change that all people must go through.
The evening continues with the hard-hitting and very personal NGS (Native Girl Syndrome), an original work by Ojibwa/Cree dancer and choreographer Lara Kramer. NGS dives into street culture, as enacted in a raw theatrical performance by Karina Iraola and Angie Cheng. Their drug-filled, disassociated personas take the audience on a dynamic journey of addiction, loss, and alienation.
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Single Tickets $25 available online.
Double Bill $40 available for purchase by telephone.
April 21-23, 2016
Thursday-Saturday at 7pm & 9pm.
Aki Studio Located on the southeast corner of Dundas Street E and Sackville.
Subway stops: St. Patrick Station and Dundas Station.
Accessible by the 505 Dundas East Streetcar to STOP: Sackville Street.
Underground parking is available for $5. Please call for further details.
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