Dance Explorations: Inhabiting Memory with Caroline Laurin-Beaucage

Dance Explorations: Inhabiting Memory with Caroline Laurin-Beaucage

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Sony Centre for the Performing Arts rehearsal hall

1 Front Street East

Toronto, ON M5E 1B2

Canada

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A workshop specifically designed for beginner-level dancers, though professional dancers are welcome to attend // Age 18+

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This 75-minute workshop addresses themes from the solo Habiter sa mémoire, offering improvisation-based exercises where participants are guided through layers of memories already inhabiting their bodies.
 Using daily gestures, postures and movements, we explore how these can become more dynamic and deployed over time, all the while anchoring our dance in the present moment.

All participants are invited to wear comfortable dance attire, in socks or with bare feet. Please bring comfortable running shoes, as an option.

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ABOUT Caroline

Dancer, choreographer & teacher, Caroline Laurin-Beaucage worked with Ginette Laurin (O Vertigo), Jacques Poulin-Denis, Paul-Andre Fortier and Jean-Pierre Perreault. Her works, including diptych, Ground, and Rebo(u)nd, toured in Canada, France, Spain, Hungary, Germany and South Korea. Habiter sa mémoire (2016), seen in 20+ cities worldwide, will generate in 2019 an on-stage follow-up (Intérieurs) and a visual exhibition (Marquer le temps).

(header photo by Hub Studio, bio pic by Nicolas Filion)