It's really the quieter numbers, and the more character-driven pieces that still please the crowds.
Wildly physical partnering meets truly surreal dance-theatre imagery in the latest bold work from Company 605.
Resident choreographer Cayetano Soto serves up a mixed program that's challenging, sophisticated, and more than a little unsettling, showcasing the dancers like never before.
The American choreographer's beautiful, balletic movement and abstract images are not something you see much of in these parts.
Before the theatre doors open, audience members are each invited to write an anonymous wish on a slip of paper.
Vision Impure's Noam Gagnon drew inspiration from flamboyantly costumed, gender-bending ’80s performance artist Leigh Bowery, but the show is also surreal and delicately personal
Ambitious dance work draws from George Orwell, old movies, and more, effectively creating images of oppression and surveillance
Scenes blended, the audience was free to move around, and cellphones, video games, and energy abounded.
Dance works about malongs and mudras probably only could have happened here, in this place on the Pacific Rim
Meanwhile, indoor Edge 6 program has mixed results, with rocks, storms, and kids' drawings