Gridlock

#WhyDoPeopleFight?

 Is it our instinct to attack, or are we conditioned to think that?

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Would we surrender in order to survive?

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Gridlock is an exploration of why and how people fight

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Physically electric, intelligent, and relevant

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This is a must-see Larchaud production!

Founded in 2004, Larchaud Dance Project combines breakdance aesthetics with contemporary technique to create repertoire based on strength, agility, and gravity-defying movement.  Pioneers of this hybrid dance form; their  highly stylized partnering is now recognized as Larchaud Technique.  This Toronto based company guarantees to captivate audiences with high voltage athleticism, compelling presence, and a unique approach to dance art.  Under the Artistic Direction of Jennifer Robichaud, a dynamic performer, choreographer, and educator, Larchaud Dance Project has been recognized for its vibrant workshops, cutting edge choreography, and multimedia performances.

Choreography: Jase Cozmic, Jennifer Robichaud, Raoul Wilke
Collaborators: Patrizia Ferlisi, Amy Hampton, Ryan Lee
Rehearsal Direction: Marie France Forcier, Jesse Dell
Lighting Design: Siobhan Sleath
Stage Management: Gillian Lewis

When: June 11-13, 2015 and June 18-20, 2015 at 9pm
Where: Artscape Youngplace – 180 Shaw St., Toronto*

*Please Note: This is a site-specific performance that will travel throughout the building. Box Office will be inside the main entrance to the building.

ONLY 30 TICKETS A SHOW!! GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!

Tickets: $22 in advance, $25 at the door (cash only)
$20 students/seniors/CADA
Tickets are sold through TO TIX.

Tickets can be purchased in person at the TO TIX Booth in Yonge Dundas Square or online at www.totix.ca. T.O.TIX online accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Interac Online. The T.O.TIX Booth accepts cash, Visa, MasterCard, and Interac.

Eight Answers from Wen Wei Wang

Photo by Steven LemayWhat is your favourite word?

Why?

What is your favourite book?

Call me by your Name by André Aciman

Where is your favourite place?  

Vancouver

What do you like to eat on your birthday?  

Dumplings

What is your guilty pleasure television show or website?  

Saturday Night Live

What style/technique was your first dance lesson?

Chinese classical dance

What profession, other than dance artist, would you like to attempt?

Pianist

What is the Seventh Sense about in five words or less?  

Physical, Mental, Intuition, Emotions and Relationships.

Seventh Sense premieres in Edmonton and tours to Toronto on March 1st and 2nd at the Fleck Dance Theatre.