April 2 to 4, 2009.
336 George Street North, Peterborough
See the review from the Peterborough Examiner: Something for Everyone at Emergency #17
Emergency: An annual festival of new dance and performance by Peterborough artists
Emergency: Showcasing veterans and newcomers
Emergency: One of the most popular performance events in Peterborough
Emergency: Serving multidisciplinary performance fans for 17 Years
Emergency: Our collective body emerging from our collective unconscious …for one very singular experience
Programs A & B: $10.
Brian Mitolo: Recent Dance Films: Free with ticket to Programs A or B, or pay-what-you-can
Weaver Bird Collective: $7
Available by reservation or at the door.
Brian Mitolo: Recent Dance Films Fri 10:30pm
The Bus Ballet: a short film about dancing buses, featuring Peterborough public transit workers. Director: Brian Mitolo
Music: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and Jarret Prescott
Special thanks to Art Gallery of Peterborough, Ontario Arts Foundation, and Peterborough Transit workers.
Dae For Non: an experimental short video based on the play Dae For Non by Patrick Walsh.
Director: Brian Mitolo
Music: Jay Swinnerton
Dance Documents (Reap Just What You Sow by Ryan Kerr): a dance document of three selections from Ryan Kerr's Reap Just What You Sow, featuring Ryan Kerr, Wes Ryan and Anne Ryan
Shot by Lester Alfonso, An Etherington, Brian Mitolo.
Edited by Brian Mitolo.
Dance Documents Two (In The Parlour by Ryan Kerr): dance document of In The Parlour by Ryan Kerr, with Ryan Kerr and Jenn Cole
Music: Clifford McCarten.
Editors: Brian Mitolo and Esther Vincent
Drill: an experimental dance short featuring the Peterborough Petes by Ryan Kerr and Brian Mitolo. Special thanks to Peterborough New Dance, Art Gallery of Peterborough (ArtRight Project), Ontario Arts Foundation, and the Peterborough Petes.
Indigenous Performance Initiatives in association with the Indigenous Studies Department, Trent University presents:
Women Who-Stories Travel: Sat 2pm
Written and performed by The Weaver Bird Collective: Naja Graugaard, Swelen Andari and Karyn Drane
Musicians: Andrew Morrison and Faris Khoury
Emergency #17 is sponsored by: