Magic & Remembering - All Bodies Dance Project (2019)

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Magic & Remembering - All Bodies Dance Project (2019)

Magic & Remembering - All Bodies Dance Project (2019)

Adam returns to All Bodies Dance Project in the company’s first showcase of both live performance and dance on film.

With only four shows running over three days — June 1st-3rd —in the Faris Theatre of Downtown Vancouver’s Scotiabank Dance Centre, Magic & Remembering features collaborations by Romham Gallagher, Peggy Leung, Harmanie Taylor, Cheyenne Seary, Helen Lambourne, Alana Prochuk, Carolina Bergonzoni, Mathew Chyzyk, Gemma Brave, and Adam Grant Warren.

Saturday, June 1st - 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 2nd - 8:00 p.m.
Monday, June 3rd - 1:30 p.m. (community performance) (ASL interpreted)
Monday,June 3rd - 8:00 p.m. (ASL Interpreted)

Tickets are available at allbodiesdance.ca with no one turned away for lack of funds.

Photo credit: Chris Randle

See & Be Seen - Artstarts School Tour

See & Be Seen - Artstarts School Tour

As part of Vancouver’s Artstarts in Schools Program, All Bodies Dance Project has redeveloped See & Be Seen as an ongoing engagement — a touring show designed to inspire the celebration of diversity, difference, and the power of the moving body. 

The show engages young audiences in activities, demonstrations, and conversations designed to explore the connections between people of all abilities — to uncover what each unique dancing body has to say. Addressing themes of communication, expression, and connection, See & Be Seen uses foundational skills in contemporary dance and improvisation to challenge the image of the “normal” body and leave viewers with new ideas of what it means to be included, to move, and to be moved.

As part of the touring team, Adam will be appearing in British Columbia schools throughout 2019 and 2020.

Photo Credit: Chris Randle


Translations - All Bodies Dance Project

Translations - All Bodies Dance Project

In November of 2019, following the successful first run of Translations, Adam will be appearing in a newly developed remount for Dance in Vancouver.

Originally developed with the assistance of a New Chapter grant from the Canada Council for the Arts, Translations is an integrated dance performance aimed at exploring a multi-sensory approach to the experience of dance for audiences that include patrons with low-vision or blindness.

Stay up-to-date on this performance and others at allbodiesdance.ca, or visit ABDP on Facebook.

Photo Credit: Chris Randle