**UPDATE** In Colour will now be performed at EVERGREEN CULTURAL CENTRE in Coquitlam, please update location on your calendars.
“In Colour” is a dance show exploring the possible personalities of red, yellow, and blue. Who are these colours and how do they behave? In this stage production brought to life with an original score, the dancers tell the story of these contrasting shades. Works of visual art will be specially created by a local artist (Jude Dixon) for the event and sold in the lobby, creating a truly unified artistic experience. Performers include head choreographer/producer Rebecca Karpus, Amanda Gillies, and Megan Wainman, alongside the music of Lindsay Warnock. Performed at the Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam Friday August 29th at 8:00pm, “In Colour” will be a curious, compelling and colourful piece of art. All tickets are non-refundable. Please have your ticket printed for presentation at the show, if possible. Bring cash to buy some of the artwork!
Did you read somewhere that "In Colour" would be performed be at a different venue than what was previously advertised? Recently our venue has changed to the Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam. Same time, same date, but different venue. Our apologies.
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Rebecca Karpus is a dancer, dance instructor, choreographer, and graduate student at Simon Fraser University. She received her training at several Canadian dance institutions including Arts Umbrella, Pacific Dance Arts, and L’Ecole superieure de ballet du Quebec. After graduating from high school (through half day programs that allowed her more time to train) she attended the BFA: Dance Performance program at Ryerson University in Toronto. After three years of the program, Rebecca decided to complete her degree as a Bachelor of Performing Arts at Capilano University. Rebecca has taught ballet at numerous lower mainland studios including The danceLAB and Adagio Rhythmic Academy. In September she will be starting her MA in Comparative Media Arts, specializing in dance history. Rebecca aspires to become a dance scholar/historian while continuing to choreograph and produce.