Mark Your Calendar: “Assemble” explores memory and loss through movement

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      They say muscle memory can last for years—more than a decade, even—and a new solo show by choreographer Alexis Fletcher aims to explore that.

      Performed by Fletcher herself, Assemble will dive into memory, loss, and resilience through dance at the Centennial Theatre in North Vancouver.

      A musical score by Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós and Dustin O’Halloran sets the stage for Assemble, which uses movement and spoken word to create a dream-like experience over one hour.

      The Belle Spirale Dance Projects production, which is co-presented by Centennial Theatre and Presentation House Theatre, features a backdrop and set design by Sylvain Senez; lighting design by Victoria Hunter Bell; costume design by Kate Burrows; and stage management by Neil Griffith.

      Assemble is billed as being great for anyone aged 12 and up.


      When: April 20, 7:30pm

      Where: Centennial Theatre (2300 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver)

      Tickets: $28.50 to $38.50, available here