Shay Kuebler and Radical System Art's new piece is a mix of brain and brawn, with references to everything from Broadway to Bushido samurai culture to Aristotle.
The company's new, young talent helps hone Medhi Walerski's vision to a sophisticated sheen.
A DanceHouse production. At the Vancouver Playhouse on Friday, February 28
The pioneering choreographer is remembered through archival footage, interviews, and new interpretations shot in 3-D.
Bodies fall through space, tables and chairs move on their own, and eerie creatures appear from the void.
Strikingly staged pieces travel a full spectrum of human emotions and showcase fresh talent.
The animistic and the ceremonial flowed into a mesmerizing ode to a 65,000-year-old culture, in Australian company's Vancouver debut.
Many passages looked as tightly ordered as ballet, even when the dancers were moving to their own pulse.
It's in the haunting second half where the top-tier dancers shine amid a small army of eerie digital ghosts.
The best dances at the fest are the ones that come from the heart.
Ohad Naharin's Minus 16 brought a whooping audience to its feet, as the company celebrates its own Ballet BC Day today.
Ralph Fiennes's uneven movie centres on the Russian dancer's dramatic defection to the West in 1961.