Stream Of Dance Festival

School of Contemporary Dancers
School of Contemporary Dancers

This festival is presented as part of New Dance Horizons’ Magdance 3 residency at the MacKenzie Art Gallery. There’s six performances in total running between March 10 and 21, along with a variety of talks and workshops.

You can find more information on the NDH website, but here’s a breakdown:

March 10

Stepped Forming A NDH /Rouge-gorge creation with guest dancer Krista Solheim and live music with Wascana Voices, Helen Pridmore & WL Altman. This performance will also involve Rodney LaTourelle’s installation The Stepped Form that we reviewed in the Feb. 18 Prairie Dog. (MacKenzie Gallery, 7:30 p.m. $10.)

March 13

New Works Regina Performances by Kathryn Ricketts & Ian Campbell, Connie Moker-Wernikowski, Johanna Bundon & Bee Pallimino, Caitlin Coflin (MacKenzie Gallery, 2 p.m. Adults $30, Student & Senior $20, 13 and under $10.)

March 18

ART FOR LUNCH Guest-speaker is Alberta sculptor Peter von Tiesenhausen who is in Regina for the Stream of Dance Festival. (RC050, University of Regina, noon.)

Prairie Dance Circuit I Features Heather Cameron, Krista Solheim, Brent Lott, Kate Stashko and the School of Contemporary Dancers (MacKenzie Gallery, 8 p.m. Adults $30, Student & Senior $20, 13 and under $10.)

March 19

Prairie Dance Circuit II Features a screening of the documentary A Good Madness about the late choreographer Rachel Browne (1934-2012), followed by a performance by Helen Husak (MacKenzie Gallery, 7 p.m. $15.)

March 20

Prairie Dance Circuit III Features a performance by Helen Husak, followed by a free screening of A Good Madness. (MacKenzie Gallery, 2 p.m. $15.)

March 21

Prairie Dance Circuit IV Features performances by Heather Cameron, Krista Solheim, Kathryn Ricketts & Ian Campbell, Connie Moker-Wernikowski, Johanna Bundon & Bee Pallimino, Caitlin Coflin (MacKenzie Gallery, 1:30 p.m. Adults $30, Student & Senior $20, 13 and under $10.)

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