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Dusk Dances 2012

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July 12-15, 2012

Band starts at 7:00 PM

Dances start at 7:30 PM


Rotary Park is the lower section of Nichols Oval, accessed from Hazlitt Street on the east side and the London Street footbridge to the west.


Hosted by: Laurel Paluck as Ludmila
Opening band: Blues in the Bottle
Dave Tough (vocals and guitar) | Aaron Cavon (stand-up bass and vocals)
John Mather (ukelele and kazoo) | John Baker (harmonica)
w/ guest vocalist Kelly Popcorn

Dusk Dances will take audiences on a journey through spectacular Rotary Park (at Nicholas Oval), featuring:

• BoucharDanse with A Flock of Flyers: Remix

(first created by Sylvie Bouchard and David Danzon under the Company CORPUS).
Remounted and adapted by Sylvie Bouchard.
Performed by Zhenya Cerneacov, Marie-Josée Chartier, Irvin Chow, Mairéad Filgate and Meredith Thompson.
Due to severe budget cutbacks the 217th Canadian Flying Squadron has been left without any planes! Determined to fly at any cost, the flyers continue their regimented training in an imaginary terrestrial airfield.
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• Karen Kaeja, with Eugene Walks with Grace

Performed by Zhenya Cerneacov and Mairéad Filgate
A poignant duet exploring the charms and challenges of one ‘extraordinarily ordinary’ couple.
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• Zata Omm Dance Projects, withTenterhooks

Performed by Irvin Chow, Molly Johnson and Brendan Wyatt.
A threesome on a camping trip set to soundtracks from Alfred Hitchcock movies.

• Ryan Kerr, with don’t worry ‘bout me.

• Kate Story, with What??


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