It also includes unlimited access to the Artist Talks, Workshops and all Community Series programming (located on and around Commercial Drive. For full festival programming go to www.fullcircle.ca/events
Please note - to ensure admission to the events ADVANCE RESERVATIONS are highly recommended. No tickets will be held back for pass holders, unless advance reservations have been made. Pass holders without reservations will be required to join the nightly rush seats queue and will be seated if space is available.
Please contact the Box Office Coordinator, Lindsay Drummond to reserve your seats.
604 683-0497 firstname.lastname@example.org
Price: Flex Pass @ $120
EARLY BIRD FLEX PASS @ $99 available until JANUARY 30th, 2015. Buy Tickets
Convergence occurs where two strong ocean currents meet, merge, and transform. Propelled by opposing forces, their movement and strength increases as they intersect and coalesce. Two main currents of contemporary Aboriginal dance, one more deeply rooted in ancient dance practices and the other more firmly grounded in contemporary dance, are once again reaching a crucial moment of convergence.
CONVERGENCE III - TUESDAY FEBRUARY 24
The first of three evenings of performance! Tonight features a presentation of a new work in development by Cherokee/Mattamuskeet choreographer Maura Garcia (USA).
Followed by an artist talk and a discussion with Maura about what inspires and guides her work.
Group (10+) $11.00
CONVERGENCE III - WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 25
Dance Groups working in the traditional form share the bill with Troy Emery Twigg’s (Blackfoot) new work Iitahpoyii featuring Justin Manyfingers (Blackfoot); RESURGENCE 1 and PASSAGE by Christine Friday (Algonquin –Cree) and an excerpt from Conversation by Olivia C. Davies (Anishnawbe). Followed by an Artist Talk.
Group (10+) $17.00
CONVERGENCE III - THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26
Tonight features performances by contemporary dance artists working in a traditional form alongside work by US choreographer Maura Garcia (Cherokee/Matamuskeet) and the Westcoast premiere of What's Left of Us by Justin Manyfingers (Blackfoot) and Brian Solomon (Métis-Anishnaabe). Followed by an Artist Talk.
Group (10+) $17.00
Chutzpah! 2015 presents Idan Sharabi & Dancers + Vanessa Goodman
Developing ongoing relationships with artists is an important aspect of our programming and we are overjoyed to welcome Idan Sharabi & Dancers back, this year with a full evening work! Makom / Interviews is a two-part full length work that explores the concept of home - the complexities of origin, identity, society, body and more. Interviews again explores 'home' but from a starting point responding to war and attempting to understand its layered complexities while living it.
Opening for Idan Sharabi & Dancers is Vancouver's multi-talented, award winning Vanessa Goodman, offering the world premiere of her newest choreography Wells Hills. This multi-layered work features six of Vancouver's top dancers Lara Barclay, Lisa Gelley, James Gnam, Josh Martin, Jane Osborne and Bevin Poole.
($29 + $1.45 GST + $4.25 s/c)
($25 + $1.25 GST + $3.75 s/c)
($20 + $1 GST + $3.75 s/c)
See the Big Musical on the Small Stage!
February 5 – March 1, 2015
“Things are changing. The country is changing. Gotta change with it.” —Curly
Music by Richard Rodgers | Book by Oscar Hammerstein II | Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Original Dances by Agnes de Mille | Based on the play "Green Grow the Lilacs" by Lynn Riggs
Directed by David Hudgins
Musical Director Christopher King
Choreography Shelley Stewart Hunt
Set Design Drew Facey
Costume Diva Marina Szijarto
Lighting Design Darren Boquist
Part charming love story, part stirring retelling of American history, and many parts beloved songs and stunning dance, Oklahoma! is the first collaboration by the legendary team of Rodgers and Hammerstein. A milestone in the development of American musical theatre for its fusion of song, story and dance, Oklahoma! explores the theme of transformation -- of hopes and dreams and youth's attempt to realize them.
Brush up on your square-dancing moves & get ready to sing-a-long with the wonderful score. This show is not to be missed!
Age Restriction: 6 & above.
Ticket prices include all service fees
Wednesday & Thursday
Friday & Saturday $27.75
Previews & Matinees $17.25
Groups (10+) $17.25
No latecomers. Please arrive 15 minutes early.