Next Steps Dance Works Dw212: Tribal Crackling Wind Woven

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Harbourfront Centre says
Woven draws on the metaphor of intertwined threads of woven art, and the spirit of traditional weaving communities. Choreographer Peter Chin worked directly with weaving communities in Cambodia, Flores Indonesia, Oaxaca Mexico and Toronto, and gathered his international cast of dancers from those countries. The cast of five dancers is joined by a musician/performer and a back-strap weaver who will weave on stage over the course of the presentation. Woven expresses the interconnectivity of all things.

Pre-show Q&As: Thursday, Sept. 24 and Sunday, Sept. 26.
Post-performance Q&A: Friday, Sept. 25.
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Tickets and further details are available at http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/nextsteps/danceworks-tribal-crackling-wind/.
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By: Harbourfront Centre