From press release:
Good Women Dance Collective embarks on cross-Canadian Fringe adventure
Bringing contemporary dance to three cities in six weeks Good Women Dance Collective, voted Edmonton’s Best Dance Company by Vue Weekly, embarks on their first-ever cross-Canadian Fringe Festival tour, bringing critically acclaimed contemporary dance to three cities in six weeks.
Showcasing two original works exploring different states of fracture, Good Women will debut Shatterstate, an investigation of how déjà vu challenges our state of being, and POD, a dynamic journey of growth, separation and isolation.
Best known for producing boundary pushing work that is accessible to all audiences, Good Women Dance Collective is a creation-based company with an artistic focus on creating and producing innovative new works with integrity and conviction.
“Good Women are excited to bring our choreography and performance to new audiences across Canada,” said collective artist Ainsley Hillyard. “Good Women Collective Artist Kate Stashko is a graduate of the School of Toronto Dance Theatre. It is an incredible honour for our collective to return with Kate to Toronto, and to share our work with new audiences.”
Good Women Dance Collective present: Fracture
Venue #4 Randolph Theatre
Friday July 5, 3:30pm
Saturday July 6, 3:30pm
Sunday July 7, 7:00pm
Wednesday 10, 5:45pm
Thursday July 11, 3:30pm
Friday July 12, 11:00pm
Sunday July 14 1:45pm
featuring Ainsley Hillyard, Alison Kause, Alida Nyquist-Schultz and Kate Stashko.
Good Women Dance Collective is passionate about professional contemporary dance, and dedicates part of its season to offering performance, education and professional development opportunities to artists working in Edmonton.