Get to know Charles Koroneho

Older & Reckless is only 2 weeks away! Today, we're honoured to share a Q&A with remarkable O&R artist Charles Koroneho. Charles is in demand across Canada as collaborator and/or facilitator with several renowned indigenous companies including Santee Smith's Kaha:wi Dance Theatre and the Dancers of Damelahamid in BC.Charles will be facilitating his Movement Culture Workshop October 31 - November 4 at the Citadel, Toronto. Don’t miss out on this exciting workshop! Only a few spots left! Information and registration available here. Q&A With Charles Koroneho What is your current artistic focus? My work is currently focused in two directions, firstly the development of a new performance work

Get to know Bakari I. Lindsay

Leading up to the November 2016 edition of Older & Reckless, we are sharing weekly Q&A with the magnificent O&R artists. This week we bring you acclaimed dancer/co-founder of COBA (Collective Of Black Artists) BaKari I. Lindsay. Q&A With BaKari I. Lindsay What is your current artistic focus? My artistic focus at present is defining my performing style as an older artist. Why you're looking forward to performing at Older & Reckless? Its an honour to be sharing the stage with some of Canada’s renowned dancers. Tell us a little about the work you will present at O&R or what sparked its creation? The work, Ancestral Calling, was commissioned by my first dance studio in Trinidad, Les Enfants Danc

Get to know Margie Gillis

Leading up to the November 2016 edition of Older & Reckless, we will share some surprising Q&A with the O&R artists. This week we bring you Canadian dance legend, Margie Gillis. Q&A With Margie Gillis What book is on your bedside table? The Body keeps the score by Bessel Van Der Kolk, MD. What is your favourite way to unwind and relax? Being in nature. Where do you find inspiration? In experiential wisdom, humanity. All the experiences of life, nature, the presence of absence, hope. What is the best thing about being a dancer who is older and reckless? I am about to discover it. This is my first time jumping in. Who was your most significant teacher and why? May O’Donnell, an original Grah

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