- Rapley Dance Projects
- Lilly Giroux, Emily Rapley, Paige Sayles
- 50 minutes
Confronting Space evaluates the concept of confinement. Both mentally and physically, the dancers examine restrictions, small spaces, and rules, while defying their relationships to boundaries. Lilly, Emily and Paige worked collaboratively with the dancers to help elicit a genuine response to the tasks and movements that were asked of them in the rehearsal process. Throughout the work together, they are able to transform the space into a world that is relative to our lives.
- Kendra Epik
- Stage Manager
- Patrick Lynn
- Lighting Designer
- Theodore Belc
- Jake Feeney
More about the show experience
This show will have a late call.
4 : Al Green Theatre
750 Spadina Ave
- Level of Physical Access
- Self-screening form
- Proof of vaccination
- Air Conditioned
I would first like acknowledge the lands and waterways that the festival exists
upon. This territory is governed by the The Dish With One Spoon Treaty, which was made between indigenous nations who existed here before settlers came, and that settlers and all newcomers were and are invited to join and uphold.
Much of the Fringe takes place on the ancestral territory of Tkaronto, ‘the gathering place’, that of the
Anishinaabe, including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat
nations. We acknowledge these nations as the original stewards and caretakers, as well as all
nations recorded and unrecorded, acknowledged and unacknowledged. I believe it is our
responsibility to continue to look after this land, for the current and all future caretakers we share it
with. We are grateful to the knowledge keepers on this land, as they are also the original storytellers.
Suitable for all agesAbrupt cues