OUT INNERSPACE DANCE THEATRE // Vancouver
Out Innerspace’s newest work explores timely themes of surveillance, territory, propaganda and belief through eccentric and lawless characters. Their hybrid performance language includes infrared technology and an on-stage surveillance system alongside OIS’s trailblazing movement invention. 7 dancers fight for the theatre, losing and gaining the grounds for their power, identity and desire. With influences ranging from Charlie Chaplin to Die Antwoord, Orson Welles to Slavoj Zizek, the music of Bernard Herrmann meets urban underground and an original composition by Belgian producer Tristan Vloeberghs.
“Unlike anything you’ve ever seen…suffice it to say you’ve never seen movement like this, or characters like this, on a dance stage before.” (Janet Smith, Georgia Straight).
Major Motion Picture
Choreography: David Raymond and Tiffany Tregarthen
Created in collaboration with Dancers: Laura Avery, Ralph Escamillan, Elissa Hanson, Arash Khakpour, David Raymond, Renee Sigouin, Tiffany Tregarthen and Elya Grant (apprentice)
Lighting Design: James Proudfoot
Technical Director: Craig Alfredson
Costume Design: Kate Burrows, Sherry Randall (coat), Darryl Milot (coat)
Sound Design: Kate De Lorme
Set Design: Craig Alfredson and David Raymond
Video Design: Craig Alfredson, Eric Chad and David Raymond
Music: Tristan Vloeberghs and Gizem Karaosmanoglu, Bernard Herrmann, Ennio Morricone, Pulse Percussion Ensemble, Vanalles, Young Gutted
Production Manager: Jeremy Collie-Holmes
Stage and Tour Coordinator: Heidi Quicke
General Manager: Linnea Strom for New Works
Mentor: Crystal Pite
Image credit: David Raymond –Dancers: Arash Khakpour and Renée Sigouin
January 29 + 30, 2016 • 7:30 pm
Metro Studio Theatre (Quadra at Johnson)
Tickets: $25 + $3.50 Service Charge
Box Office: 250-386-6121
Join us for the premiere of Out Innerspace Dance Theatre’s New Work during
Dance Days 2016. Tickets on sale now!
Commissioned by the CanDance Network and a group of presenting partners
that include Live Art Dance Productions (Halifax), Dance Victoria, Firehall Arts
Centre (Vancouver) and L’Agora de la Danse (Montreal).
Supported with funds from The Canada Council for the Arts, The BC Arts Council, and the City of Vancouver and the Vancouver Foundation along with sponsors M.A.C Cosmetics and D’Ambrosio Architecture + Urbanism.