Dancing across the universe

Indigenous Artist in Residence

The public is invited to meet Free Flow Dance Theatre’s Indigenous Artist in Residence Bruce Sinclair.
Join us for an informal meet and greet at the Free Flow Dance Centre from 4:30-6:30 pm on Wednesday April 3rd. Get to know Bruce, enjoy our facility, and hear about his plans for his residency. Lights snacks and beverages will be served.

Bruce Sinclair and Jackie Latendresse will collaboratively create a short dance/theatre work that will be presented on the opening night of our International Dance Week Celebration April 25th at The Avenue Room. Want to participate in the performance? Dancers of all backgrounds are welcome. Drop us a line and we will fill you in on the time commitment and details!

Members of the public are welcome to join Bruce and Free Flow Dance at any of his scheduled appearances at the Free Flow Dance Centre 224 25th St. W. Saskatoon free of charge. 

Friday April 12 6:30-8:30 pm Meet and Greet with Bruce Sinclair 

April 15 5-7 pm History, traditions and stories

April 19 6:30-8:30 pm Jigging with Scott Duffy

April 21 2-4 pm

April 22 5-7 pm

April 23 2:30-5:30 pm

April 24 4:30-6:30 pm

April 29 5-7 pm

May 5th 2-4 pm 

Bruce Sinclair is a Metis theatre artist, teacher, student of the nehiyawewin (Cree) and Michif languages and is currently based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Bruce formed an artistic entity, miyoteh performance that will develop and produce works based on working with Indigenous artists, youth, elders, the nehiyawewin\michif languages as well as artistic collaborations with diverse communities. Bruce teaches drama at the University of Saskatchewan to SUNTEP\ITEP students, acts, directs, writes plays\stories and strives to merge artistic practice with life. Ahki meyimo (do your best