WIP Dance Series!

The W.I.P. New Dance Series

2018 Season of Contemporary Works in Progress

Saturday September 21 7:30pm doors, 8:00 show

Free Flow Dance Centre 224 25th St. W. Saskatoon

Tickets: $20.00 available at the door at 7:30pm

Photo Ken Greenhorn, Dancers, Miriam Edghill, Sarah Rutley, Jennifer Bezaire, Alex Hartshorn, Rachel Saufert, Kyle Syverson

We are pleased to announce the fall showing of the 2019 W.I.P. New Dance Series will take place on Saturday September 21 at the Free Flow Dance Centre with a new selection of choreographers.

This series is designed to provide a venue for both emerging and professional choreographers who are working in the area of contemporary and innovative choreography and is open to all dance artists in both the province of Saskatchewan and across Canada.

The choreographers featured in the September W.I.P. performance include: Elizabeth Emond-Stevenson (Ottawa), Jackie Latendresse/Free Flow Dance Theatre (Saskatoon), KSAMB Dance (Saskatoon) Alex Hartshorn (Saskatoon) The Series mentor is established dance artist and choreographer Frank Engel.

The most important aspect of this new series is YOU! Yes it is the audience.  You will get a chance to meet the choreographers and hear them speak about their work.  Each choreographer will ask the audience for certain types of feedback that they feel will be instrumental to helping them further develop their work.  The work will then be presented to you and afterwards you will be given a few moments to jot down your observations, comments, criticisms or even doodles are welcome!  This audience feedback will be collected at the end of the performance and distributed to the choreographers. 

The W.I.P. is the first series of its kind in Saskatchewan and is a staple in Saskatchewan’s Dance Diet! So everybody get W.I.P. ed!  If you would like to help out by volunteering for the series or for more info or interviews please contact Jackie Latendresse at 306-665-5998 or by email at freeflowdance@gmail.com

 Thank you to our sponsors! The Series is supported by The Free Flow Dance Theatre Company, and the Saskatchewan Arts Board.