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Dans le cadre du Fringe Festival, Samedi le 9 juillet- 9h15 pm et dimanche le 10 juillet à 12h00 pm
Restriction is a word that resonates in all of us. It conjures up a catalogue of different images and associations that we contend with daily. What do we feel are societal constraints versus ones resulting from our own perceptions, beliefs or insecurities. How do we deal with all this?
Jay9 Dance Projects is proud to present the premiere of (un)boxed at the 2016 Toronto Fringe Festival. This new full-length contemporary dance production weaves together several different vignettes and acts that explore the theme of restrictions. A diversely talented group of dancers investigate their landscape trying to see what holds them back and what allows them to grow. The work questions the social norms that we agree to in order to be accepted, and asks if it is possible to connect to others if we choose to not fit into the box. What box do you fit in?
Directeur artistique: Jannine Saarinen
Coordinateur artistique: Jen Hum
collaborateurs: Jamee Valin, Lisa Emmons, Lisa Quaning and Mateo Galindo-Torres
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