Company dancers Kelly Van Damme, Ntara Curry, and Jen Neudorf performed A reconstruction of Bob Fosse’s Mein Herr from Cabaret at a variety of events this spring including The annual Naughty Bingo, Rosebud Variety Night, The Free Flow International Dance Day Celebration and as a special guest at Dance Saskatchewan’s Dance Day celebrations.
Pin Up Hair workshop - Sunday May 26th 1-4pm
Everyone who would like to learn how to create that fabulous pin up hair look is invited to register for our upcoming workshop! This year's lovely instructor is Rona Sumners from Haircraft. (aka Penicillian Penny from the Rosebud Burlesque Club) Come learn the basics of pin up hairstyle creation including victory rolls, pin curls, fake bangs and more!
The cost of the workshop is $25 and includes snacks and drinks. It is suitable for all ages so bring your mom or daughter and of course your best friends! Participants must register in advance and pay their workshop fee to hold their place in the class. Thank you. Please contact Jackie at to register!
Participants should bring:
W.I.P. New Dance Series Season Opener — Sat June 29th — Free Flow Dance Centre 224 25th St. W. Saskatoon. Doors at 7:30pm Show at 8pm. Tickets $12 at the door.
Featuring new works by : Free Flow Dance Theatre – Saskatoon, Ntara Curry – Wynyard, Jessie Garon – L.A., Rae Ann Hydamaka – Saskatoon
Contemporary Improvisation workshop — Jessie Garon Jessie Garon's classes are guided improvisation and open to all levels of experience. Drawing from her experience she will suggest various forms of imagery to use as techniques for improvisation, both in performance and as a tool for creation. Through this class participants will explore sensations and qualities in the body and connect to their technique, form and find the pleasure of movement.
Workshop fee: $20
Jessie Garon is a graduate of The School of Toronto Dance Theatre where she worked with Serge Bennathan, Sharon B. Moore, Valerie Calam, Christopher House, Sasha Ivanochko, Roger Sinha, Gerry Trentham, and William Yong. As well, Garon has studied with, Bat Sheva Dance Company, Gallim Dance Company, and MOVE: The Company. As an independent Contemporary Dance Artist she has performed across Canada and has received the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Dance Training Grant in both 2010 and 2011. Currently, she is an intern with Danielle Agami’s “Ate9 dANCE cOMPANY” in Montreal Canada.
You can pay your workshop fee in advance to secure your spot at the Free Flow Dance Centre any time or make arrangements to pay at the W.I.P. New Dance series showing on June 29th or at the door on the date of the workshop by contacting Jackie Latendresse.
Jessie Garon will be presenting a new work in progress at the W.I.P. New Dance Series at the Free Flow Dance Centre on June 29th at 8pm. Tickets are available at the door!
Our annual Naughty Bingo took place at the Free Flow Dance Centre on Saturday March 23rd. It was once again a HUGE success! Thank you to everyone for their support including our volunteers and sponsors as well as the performers! Live Performances by: Free Flow Dance Theatre, Maizie Kissed, Sadie Sugarbottom, Conrad Fusion
AGM – We are pleased to introduce our newest board members Laura McNaughton and Ric Stephens! Welcome to the board!
International Dance Day – Thank you very much to everyone who came out to celebrate dance with us on April 28th at the Free Flow Dance Centre! Our guest performers included: Lala the cutest little clown, Curtis Vinish, Dancegypt, Kyle Syverson , Saskatoon Salsa, Hula Hoopster, Terri Bear Linklater, Rosebud cabaret, Saskatoon Lindy Hop and Desert Beats
Call for Performers
Free Flow Dance is going to be coordinating another guerilla type arts event this summer called Back Alley Antics 6 and we are looking for people who are interested in getting involved. The date will be Saturday July 13th at 7:30pm.
Back Alley Antics – a site specific show of strange and wonderful dance and performance based art that takes place in various locations in the back alley ways in Saskatoon. (map of the designated area will be provided to interested parties)
Audience members will be invited to gather at a designated spot at 7pm and will be given a map which they will follow “en masse” to the first performance location, they will travel to the next spot and find another performance and then continue to follow the map seeing various things along the way until they reach the end performance.
We are looking for dance, music, performance art, circus arts, theatre etc to be featured at various locations. Groups should scout out their own location (email for map details) Please feel to forward around this call for artists!
We would like you to be as creative as possible when choosing a location! Remember that this is an underground, unofficial type of event and you will need to sort out any power sources etc you will need for your performance. We do have a good relationship with local business and will help you out if you encounter any minor logistical or space usage problems. This is an unpaid "free" event however we will be taking donations at the end of the event which will go towards the operation of Free Flow Dance Theatre Company Inc.
All acts should be approx. between 5 and 8 min long and suitable for all ages. – Please NOT longer than 8 minutes!!!!
If you are interested in participating or being in the audience please contact me at . This event will not be heavily advertised and will be spread mostly by word of mouth. Summer is coming and so is the time to live a little so if you need some spice in your life this is the event for you!
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