July 25-28 2013
7:00 PM - Band starts
7:30 PM - Dances start
situated near downtown Peterborough on the east bank of the Otonabee River. Enter the park from either the London Street foot bridge to the west or Hazlitt Street to the east.
Pay-what-you-can (suggested donation of $10). No reservations necessary
Adrian Williams, Aaron Hoffman, Brandon Munro and Erik Fines
Kate Franklin and Meredith Thompson
Zhenya Cerneacov, Irvin Chow, Mairéad Filgate, Kate Franklin, Molly Johnson, Meredith Thompson
and members of the Peterborough community: Pat Ainsworth, Bridget Allin, Eleanor Anckaert, Kiana Bromley,Tilly Bromley,Tina Bromley, Sandy Burnaby, Jules Carney, Carolyn Code, Erin Copeland, Annalea Copeland Williams, Noah Earle, Iris Hodgson, Rowan Irwin, Julie Mycyk, Becca Partington, Kim Perdue, Will Read, Rebecca Reeves, Carolyn Ross, Shelby Shewen, Robyn Smith, Hope Wells, Barb Woolner
Incandescent brings two dozen Peterborough performers of all ages and backgrounds together with the professional dancers of Dusk Dances to perform a visually stunning portrait of both the individual and the collective human experience.
Zata Omm Dance Projects
Brodie Stevenson and Brendan Wyatt
Dusk has turned to night and a male dancer inhabits a mysterious dream-like world where he encounters his mirror image, dancing among shimmering images of celestial phenomena, including the moon, the aurora borealis and a galaxy of stars.
Onward Ho, My Love
Julia Aplin w/ tiger princess dance projects
Yvonne Ng and Brendan Wyatt
Onward Ho, My Love is a duet of a man in a top hat, a woman in a red gown. A path to be taken. What happens along the journey may be seen as questionable, amusing, strange, interesting, odd, joyful, sad, elegant, rough, tender, harsh, perhaps even confusing but always with the wild sense of commitment, integrity and bravery that the dancers bring to the work.
Mairéad Filgate, Molly Johnson, Meredith Thompson, Yvonne Ng and Brodie Stevenson
A nine-foot tall accordion-playing matriarch gathers her brood under a giant skirt, from whose protection they emerge to entertain the audience and capture an unsuspecting bystander.
Photos by Joseph Michael Photography
Onward Ho, My Love