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ISSUE 60 • WINTER 2019 • Dance Days + MAN + Ballet West + more…

Dance Days: It’ll move you! Free classes all over town January 18 – 27, 2019 Rough Cuts • Metro Studio + Intrepid Theatre Club January 25 + 26, 2019

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Ballet West Soloist Katlyn Addison and Artist Hadriel Diniz in Sweet and Bitter. Photo © Beau Pearson.

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Dance Victoria brings the World’s Best Dance to the Royal Theatre and supports the development of new dance for the international stage from its studios in Quadra Village. Dance Victoria is a non-profit charitable society. DanceVictoria.com

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Dance Seen It’s Dark Here BY STEPHEN WHITE

NOTHING PREPARED ME FOR THE WIND. I expected it to be dark here in Reykjavík; it is December after all. I anticipated chilly weather and brought the appropriate clothing. I checked the forecasts so the rain wasn’t a complete surprise, but the wind…. I’m here at ICE HOT Nordic Dance Platform. It was at this biannual event two years ago in Copenhagen that I found that gem, MAN, which I’m very excited to bring to Salt Spring and Victoria later this month. This time, my colleague Bernard Sauvé joined me at ICE HOT and our two husbands also tagged along. We arrived two days before the start of the festival so we could see and experience Iceland. On the second day, Bill and I met Bernard and Michael at their hotel, and set out on a 25-minute walk to pick up a rental car for the day. It was pitch black when we set out at 9:30 am. (Sunrise is 11:15am. Sunset is 3:30pm) There was a bit of a drizzle. We turned up our collars and started our trek. Ten minutes in, the wind picked up suddenly. Make that gale force wind. So strong that at one point it held me in one spot unable to move forward. I half expected an uprooted tree to sail through the air and impale Bill as we trudged onward. In no time we were soaked. But we are hardy Canadians. We persevered. Somehow, that first morning impacted my experience of the entire festival. It seems that something of the brutal, raw, elements on this rock in the middle of the North Atlantic, this rock seething with volcanic eruptions and steaming geysers, has permeated the work that I’m seeing on stage. These dance performances have been very dark. The opening night at the impressive City Theatre was a four-hour marathon performed by the Icelandic Dance Company replete with film, dance, and lobby animation, a rambling life and death epic with lots of screaming and flailing. Other smaller, shorter works have also focused on murky subjects. I scratched my head when I attended one of the daily pitch sessions, where artists are given twelve minutes to show videos and talk about works that are ready to tour. One couple was very excited to tell us about their work with mealworms. Their piece featured a woman in a rubber suit, lying in the middle of a sandbox-like structure under a four-metre transparent geodesic dome, surrounded by a thousand mealworms chewing their way through Styrofoam waste. (Mealworms eat Styrofoam, who knew?) It all feels so dystopian. It’s so so dark. But then I wonder, is this Nordic Noir or is it a reflection of the times that we live in? FN

Stephen White photo © Tracy Smith

Footnotes is written by Tracy Smith and Stephen White (unless otherwise noted).


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Successful Fall Season

Pre-Show Chats

More than 7,700 people attended our first two programs at the Royal this season: Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal’s  Dance Me  (3 performances) and Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s  Nutcracker  (5 performances). Dance Victoria has a record 1,145 subscribers and 33 cash sponsors for its 2018/19 season.

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FREE to all MAN and Ballet West Ticket Holders Join us for free pre-show chats at 6:50 p.m. prior to our shows. On January 25 Norwegian choreographer Sølvi Edvardsen will discuss her process and inspiration behind her creation, MAN, at McPherson Playhouse. Ballet West’s Artistic Director Adam Sklute will give us insight into their program in Victoria prior to their performances on February 1 and 2 at the Royal Theatre.

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Free classes Friday, January 18 through Sunday, January 27, 2019 It’ll move you for 10 days in January! Dance Days is a unique city-wide 10-day celebration of dance that includes workshop performances, ticketed events, conversations and best of all, the opportunity for you to experience a free dance class first hand. Every January, local studios offer free adult dance classes in all kinds of

styles—and we mean all kinds: ballet, ballroom, Beyoncé barre, efunk and more—as part of Dance Days. Look for the complete online calendar of classes in early January 2019. It’s the perfect time to kick off the New Year by trying something new and fun! Visit DanceVictoria.com

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DANCE DAYS SPECIAL EVENTS

January 26 • Saturday • 11:15 am McPherson Playhouse Lobby • FREE Presenter Roundtable Join facilitator Dr. Allana Lindgren and guest artists Sølvi Edvardsen and Sudesh Adhana in a lively and enriching conversation about the state of contemporary dance in the Nordic countries and India. Attended by local dance artists and visiting dance presenters, this roundtable promises to provide unique insights into the life of a dance artist. Want to attend? RSVP to rsvp@dancevictoria.com with “Roundtable” in the subject line.

January 26 • Saturday • 10:00 am January 27 • Sunday • 2:00 pm Choreography Walk Meet at the Atrium (corner of Yates and Blanshard) • Suggested donation $15 (at the door) The Choreography Walk, created by Justine A. Chambers, is a 60-minute walk through downtown Victoria during Dance Days 2019 that begins and ends at the Atrium. Four local dance artists have been commissioned to develop choreographies for the walk. Participants and passers-by will reconsider how they move in and are moved by the world around them in relation to architecture, street life, urban planning and natural topography. Visit DanceVictoria.com for more information. Want to attend? RSVP to rsvp@dancevictoria.com with “Walk” in the subject line.

ROUGH CUTS: PRODUCER’S SELECTION

January 25 + 26, 2019 • Metro Studio Theatre & Intrepid Theatre Club

Sudesh Adhana in MAN. Photo © Trine og Kim Designstudio. Justine A. Chambers. Photo © Ryan Collerd. Dr. Allana Lindgren. Photo courtesy of Lindgren.

January 18 • Fri • 7:30 pm • Artspring Theatre, Salt Spring Island January 25 • Fri • 7:30 pm • McPherson Playhouse, Victoria MAN – Direct from Norway! Choreographer: Sølvi Edvardsen Performer: Sudesh Adhana Using only a small sitting stool as his partner, award-winning dancer Sudesh Adhana embodies the struggles of a bicultural identity while considering who is he? Where does he come from? Tickets: 250-386-6121 or DanceVictoria.com

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See new works-in-progress by some of the west coast’s hottest dance artists and choreographers. Visit DanceVictoria.com for details and to reserve. Note: There is limited seating. RSVP to reserve your seat.


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Stacey Horton in Concussion. Photo © Gillian Davidson. 8bitself by Mahaila Patterson-O’Brien. Photo © juco Visual Arts. . Self Portrait. Photo © Chris Randle. Sudesh Adhana. Photo © Trine og Kim Designstudio. Delaronde’s Supernova. Photo © Peruzzo.

January 24 + 25 • Thursday + Friday• 7:00 pm January 26 • Saturday • 2:00 pm (suggested donation $15 at the door) + 8:00 pm Intrepid Theatre Club • $15 at the door, sliding scale Concussion Choreographer: Stacey Horton, Victoria Performers: Stacey Horton, David Parfit • Creative Team: Catherine Hahn (Designer); Kevin Kerr (Writer); David Parfit (Sound/Tonal Designer) Inspired by Horton’s personal experience, Concussion uses dance, music and voice to evoke the disorienting, frightening experience of coping with multiple concussions. Concussion was graciously supported by Dance Victoria’s 2018 Chrystal Dance Award, and premiered in Berlin in August 2018 at ada studio. Want to attend? RSVP to concussiondance@gmail.com with “Concussion” in the subject line. January 25 • Friday • 2:00 pm Metro Studio • Suggested donation $15 (at the door) 8bitself (2017) Choreographer: Mahaila Patterson-O’Brien, Vancouver Performers: Felicia Lau, Erika Mitsuhashi • Sound & Projectors: Remy Siu They may be masked, hidden or exposed by light. They are precise, they rarely devolve. They never emote. They are a blank canvas of abstract gesture, time and space. They are just a version of themselves, once a version of someone else. They are looking for the pleasure in the emptiness. Mahaila Patterson-O’Brien is an emerging choreographer in Vancouver, BC with a BFA (Hons.) in Dance from SFU School for the Contemporary Arts. She participated in Dance Victoria’s Summer Choreographic Lab in 2017 with Wen Wei Wang. Want to attend? RSVP to rsvp@dancevictoria.com with “8bitself” in the subject line. January 25 • Friday • 4:00 pm Metro Studio • Suggested donation $15 (at the door) Self Portrait (2016) Choreographer/performer: Julianne Chapple Self Portrait is a study of identity as an ever-changing and imperfect narrative based in memory. Created in residence at EDAM Dance. Drawing on a history of circus acrobatics and performance art as well as classical and contemporary dance forms, the edges of the body’s mobility is explored and exploited often to the effect of depersonalizing and fragmenting the human form. Want to attend? RSVP to rsvp@dancevictoria.com with “Portrait” in the subject line. January 26 • Saturday • 3:30 pm Metro Studio • Suggested donation $15 (at the door) untamed donkeys Choreographer/performer: Sudesh Adhana, Norway untamed donkeys is a reaction to recent crimes against women in India. Adhana challenged himself to get at the root of this behaviour, questioning what would motivate a man to behave to inflict sexual violence. Using images from the performances and solo movement, Adhana will introduce the audience to the work. Sudesh Adhana was born and raised in Faridabad, India and studied contemporary dance at the National Academy in 2009. He has also studied traditional Indian dance genres, Chhau and Kathakali. Now based in Oslo, Norway, Adhana works as a freelance dancer and choreographer. Want to attend? RSVP to rsvp@dancevictoria.com with “untamed donkeys” in the subject line. January 26 • Saturday • 5:15 pm Metro Studio Theatre • Suggested donation $15 (at the door) Supernova (Excerpt) Choreographer: Lindsay Delaronde • Performers: Lindsay Delaronde with special guest artists City of Victoria’s Indigenous Artist in Residence, Lindsay Delaronde, will show a section from her Indigenous Showcase entitled Supernova that plays the Belfry Theatre in early January. Supernova emerged through research into Indigenous mythology and creation stories. Delaronde was raised on the Kahnawake reservation and has lived on Canada’s west coast for 13 years. A multi-disciplinary artist, she holds Masters in Fine Arts and Indigenous Communities Counseling Psychology from UVic. Want to attend?RSVP to rsvp@dancevictoria.com with “Supernova” in the subject line.


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Dance Victoria News At Dance Victoria’s Annual General Meeting on Sunday, November 4, 2018, both Board President Susan K.E. Howard and Executive Producer Stephen White summarized that Dance Victoria’s 21st season will be remembered as the year it continued to solidify its financial position. The Board thanked Kristen Kitchen who is stepping down after four years as a Board Director with special

Dance Victoria is fortunate to have the support of many people. Thank you. It means a lot to us and to the dance community in Victoria. The following have donated to our Fall Donor Campaign (Oct. 1 – Dec 14, 2018). VISIONARY Allana C. Lindgren & Ted L. McDorman Terry Moore - DFH Referral Program PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE Robert W. & Heather Cameron John & Susan Pallett Bernard Sauvé & Michael Scott Curnes Melany & Tye Startek Caroline Wolmuth PATRON Eleanor Gjelsten Bill Graham & Helen McDonald Susan Jacobs Dr. Frank & Brenda Jagdis Joan McNeely Roy Nikaido Anny & Val Schaefer Helen Smith & Jeff McEown Patricia Taylor SUPPORTER Anonymous Lorraine Dixon Mark & Diana Gillis Andrea Katz Tyler Electric Elise & Nathan Wren ASSOCIATE Joan E. Athey Gene Bernhard Wendy Carmichael Mavis DeGirolamo & Bill Corbin Nancy Kenyon Ben & Carla Levinson Lynda Raino Donna Rhodes Swartz family FRIEND Anonymous Josie Bernhard Mary Kimpton Nikki Sieben

NUTCRACKER KIDS DONORS (not acknowledged in Nutcracker program): Anonymous x 4 Carol Barde Andrew Beckerman Joan Davis Janice Krieger & Bill Coull Jennifer Moore Shiela O’Shea Gail Squire Third Canvas Dance Margaret Thornthwaite Judith Title Patricia Toland Susan Underwood Colette Vaisius CHERISH EVENT DONOR Karen Aitken Louise Alepin Donna Anderson Karen Ayers Ardys Baker Jim Beatty Isaiah Bell & René Peloquin Natasha Benn Joanne Bond Leanne Brophy Lindalee Brougham Susan Bruce Coby Bucci Mahira Buljina Sharon & Paul Bundon Susan Callin Linda Callison Dawn Cameron Robert W. & Heather Cameron Adrian & Penny Chamberlain Patricia Christie Norma & James Christou Penny Coulson Nancy Cox Janine Davies Jocelyn Demontmorency April Dorey

Lisa Edwards Karen Etches Caroline Farmer Carol Fawcett Ingrid Fawcett Margot Fletcher Nancy Forshaw Valerie Foster Allison Fowler Lorraine Frazer Tanis Fryer Cynthia Funnell Patricia Gibb Lisa Gill Lorraine Glover Margaret Gordon Bruce Graham Denise Grant Jeanette Greening Claire Gudewill Lise Gyorkos Philomena Hanson Marnie Hare Stephanie Harper Lorna Harris Heidi Hartman Tara Hearn James & Susan Henwood Colleen Hoggarth Jane & Harlow Hollis Jody Hollis Patti Holm Susan K.E. Howard & Gregory Krantz Sandra Hudson Lynne Huestis Rob & Shirley Hunter Heather Irvine Ian Johnson Ewa JussakKiellerman Lorna Ketler Kristen Kitchen Margaret Klatt Sarah Klinger Lisa Langlois Connie Lebeau Peter & Jane Lewis Margaret Lincoln Laurie Loen Margaret Long Lindy Lovett Wayne Ghesquiere & Cindy Lundy

responsibility for Night Moves initiatives. Members elected four new Directors including Heather Lejeune, Andrew Newcombe, Kirsty Thomson and Emily Zeng. Directors of the Board continuing in their two-year term include Colin Nicol and Susan Porter. Directors reelected for two-year terms are Susan K. E. Howard, Kari McLay, René Peloquin and Nikki Sieben.

Jacqueline Macdonald Sharon Madill Nataliya Maksymiv Keith Marchant Dianne Marks Andrea May Christine McAuley Marguerite Mccallion Tracy Mcconnell Willy Mccrea Leah McDiarmid Gayle McDonald Kimberley McEwan Kelly McKernan Kari McLay & Bill Myles Angela McLeish Trina Mendria Lara Miller Robin J. Miller Robert Milne Tracy Mitchell Betty Molnar & Bob Wallace Alexandra Morgan Maureen Murray Chere Nawroth Sara Neely

Andrew Newcombe John Pallet & Susan Klemola Brenda Parkinson Neil Paterson Sharon Payne Anne Penney Marjorie Pine Susan Jacobs Janet Ricciuti Dawn Robson Ellen Rocheleau Donna Ruppel Tracey Ruppel Julie Rust Patricia Sanders Bernard Sauvé & Michael Scott Curnes Sunny Schlagintweit Cathy Scott Debbinee Scott Nicole Scottl Micaela Serra Laurie Sharp Nikki Sieben Dr. Kathleen Simas Kevin & Jill Sing

Allan & Rose Singleton-Wood Catherine Sloan Sharon Smith Jennifer & Paul Sobkin Claudia Sparks Melany & Tye Startek Sheldon Staszko Heather Sutherland Juile Sutton Kirsty Thomson Dolores Todd Linda Totino Oslynn Tryon Charmaine Urquhart Mary Vacca Barbara Vucko Anna Vunder Penny Warholm Heather Wellman Elisabeth Westlake Bill Hamar & Stephen White Wendy Wood Emily Zeng & Daniel Xia

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Interview with Pamela Martin of Matryoshka Rehearsal Tutus & Custom Leotards Pamela Martin has been creating exquisite, handmade tutus, custom leotards and dance costumes from her home studio in Victoria West since 2011. Her dance attire and meticulous attention to detail has made her a sought-after designer throughout North America. We sat down with Pamela to learn more about her art. Why did you name your business Matryoshka Rehearsal Tutus? I’ve always loved Matryoshka dolls and more so after my husband brought me back a set when he went to Russia. When I saw my first professional tutu up close, I thought how similar it is to those dolls, layer after layer, inside one another. How does the design process unfold from concept to finished product? Once I find out the variation and see either a video or photos of the dancer, I design the costume ensuring it will be suitable for them, but I also consider historical notes or sketches/photos of the original costume. After my rendering has been accepted by the dancer/coach, measurements and fittings are organized. I am usually flown to their studio if they are out of town or they come to me. For clients very far (Australia, Switzerland, Taiwan, etc.), we do FaceTime fittings. The costume is then completed and either hand delivered or couriered to the dancer.   How many fittings does a dancer usually have for a tutu or leotard? For leotards, no fittings are needed as they are made to the measurements that are sent to me. For a tutu, there are between one and six fittings depending on the costume and the dancer, but the average is three fittings.  How many tulle pieces are typically in a performance tutu? There can be between 10 to 14 metres of different weight nets, cut into varying widths. Once sewn to the panty, the layers are then controlled by “tacking”, which I do by hand. Each layer is tied to the layer above by knots. There can be hundreds of hand tied knots in each tutu to achieve the shape that I want.

Emma Porporo. Photo © Rachel Neville

Tell us about one of your most challenging design projects. This past November I was brought to New York City to meet the sole Canadian pre-selected for Prix de Lausanne. Between hotel glitches, the airline damaging my sewing machine, and limited time with a dancer and teacher I’ve not previously worked with, I realized this was actually pretty normal. The real challenge of costuming is having to think on your feet when things go wrong. You recently designed a costume for a Bolshoi ballerina. What did you make? Being on the radar of a Bolshoi dancer is one thing, but to have them request you create for them is surreal. I made Stanislava a rehearsal romantic tutu — ombre dyed pink and a leotard. The fabric was

custom printed in Victoria so hers is the only one like it. She sent me a video of her rehearsing Giselle on the Bolshoi stage wearing her tutu, which made for a pretty great day! Seeing it on social media, as she is often photographed, is always a thrill. What do you love about your career? Everything! From meeting new people to traveling, fabric, and of course the lace! It’s stressful and half the time I don’t even know what day it is, but there is absolutely nothing like seeing dancers put their costume on for the first time. They just seem to glow and often there are tears from mom and dad. They’ll never forget this. It is then I think how lucky I am that this is my job. I get to sew memories not just costumes.   To learn more about Matryoshka Rehearsal Tutus, visit matryoshkarehearsaltutus.ca.

Spring Raffle Proceeds from our raffle support the many artists whose projects are developed in our studios and then performed across the country and around the world. Tickets will first be on sale at the MAN performance on January 25, 2019 at the McPherson Playhouse. The amazing prize packages include: • GRAND PRIZE: Trip to London England 2020 Experience London at its finest over eight nights in May 2020. This unstructured tour includes air, accommodation, daily breakfast, and tickets to the Royal Ballet at Covent Garden. Enjoy West End shows, galleries, museums and more. (Value: $2600) • PACKAGE 2: One-year Membership to the Victoria Athletic Club. Enjoy a one-year free membership at the Victoria Athletic Club at the Hotel Grand Pacific. Enjoy a rigorous workout or relax and socialize by the pool. (Value: $1000) • PACKAGE 3: Beautiful You & Wellness Package A shopping spree at Tulipe Noire Lifestyle Boutique, basket of luxurious Beautycounter products, a professional hair services package by premiere hair salon Carreiro The Studio located downtown or in Broadmead Village, and a threemonth membership to BPM Indoor Cycling and Fitness Centre. (Value: $1000) Tickets are $10 each or a book of five for $40. With fewer than 2,000 printed, your odds are great, plus you’ll enjoy knowing you’re supporting Victoria’s vibrant dance community. The raffle will be drawn at Dance Victoria Studios at 2:00 pm on April 23, 2019. Licence #101707 RAFFLE PARTNERS Judi Schulz Custom Travel Design


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Dance Victoria Footnotes 60 (Winter 2019)  

Dance Victoria's Footnotes 60 features Dance Days 2019 including Rough Cuts at Metro and Intrepid Theatre Club + MAN at McPherson Playhouse...

Dance Victoria Footnotes 60 (Winter 2019)  

Dance Victoria's Footnotes 60 features Dance Days 2019 including Rough Cuts at Metro and Intrepid Theatre Club + MAN at McPherson Playhouse...

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