Virtual Performances This Month!
Don't miss virtual performances - this week and next - by friends of MOonhORsE!
(Trailer by William Yong)
lbs/sq" presents the award winning film
March 13th 2021 at 7:00pm EST
Monument is taking the world by storm, winning Best Cinematography at the 2020 Venice Shorts Film Awards and finishing as a semi finalist in the Best Short Film category at the 2021 Luleå International Film Festival!
Meet the artists behind the international sensation and hear about the challenges and the glories of creating this stunning work on film.
Harbourfront Centre presents...
JOE - Choreography by Jean-Pierre Perreault
March 17- 23, 2021
A pivotal work of historical significance by the late Jean-Pierre Perreault, Joe presents an image of the human condition that is so accurate and so moving that it remains forever imprinted in the memories of those who have seen it.
Reviving the choreographic repertoire
One of the most influential and respected contemporary dance artists in Canada, choreographer, painter and set designer Jean-Pierre Perreault (1947–2002) created works whose significant influence both at home and abroad has contributed to the growth of dance audiences.
This Digidance livestream is an initiative of DanceHouse (Vancouver), Danse Danse (Montreal), Harbourfront Centre (Toronto), and the National Arts Centre (Ottawa).
In collaboration with the Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault.
Thank you to Radio-Canada Archives.
At Older & Reckless 2016 Danser Joe, an excerpt of Joe, was performed by a cast of 25 amateurs along with 5 former Joe performers reviving their roles. A co-production with Fondation Jean Pierre Perreault, presented in association with MOonhORsE and Harbourfront Centre, Danser Joe was an unforgettable experience for participants and audience alike!
(Danser Joe at O&R 2016 – photo by Tamara Romanchuk)
Array of Objects
TODAY, Monday March 8, 2021
5:00 pm EST
Online via Zoom
A live Performance by Triple C Community Dance
With choreography by Jacinte Armstrong
Music by John Gzowski
Rehearsal Direction Julia Aplin
Triple C is a COMMUNITY of dancers formed for the CREATION of new dance work, in COLLABORATION with professional artists.
Based on Toronto, Triple C has collaborated over zoom with Jacinte Armstrong in Halifax to create a performance that is both visual art and dance. This piece creates meaningful connections between serendipitous encounters and turns ordinary household objects into items of curiosity and wonder.