Femmillennial

Femmillennial
Company
Kylie Thompson Dance
Creator
Kylie Thompson
Runtime
55 minutes

A choreographic pastiche developed over the past three years - one of visceral intimacy, absurdity, virtuosity. An examination of what it means, how it feels, what it looks like. Where we've been, where we're headed, who we came from. 3 women sink their teeth into an ultra physical dance theatre piece - A 3D collage of movement, media and music conceptualized and choreographed by Kylie Thompson.


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Credits

Choreographer
Kylie Thompson
Cast
Kiera Breaugh
Cast
Dana Macdonald
Cast
Claire Whitaker
Composer
Nomvdslvnd
Costume Designer
Val Calam
Publicity Coordinator
Adri Chavez
Lighting Designer
Simon Clemo

Performances

  Date Time
6th July 10:00pm Tickets
8th July 8:15pm Tickets
10th July 4:45pm Relaxed Performance Tickets
11th July 9:45pm Tickets
14th July 4:00pm Tickets
16th July 6:30pm Tickets
17th July 8:00pm Tickets

Venue

9 : Native Earth's Aki Studio

585 Dundas Street E
Toronto
Ontario
M5A 2B7

Access

Level of Physical Access
Accessible

Covid-19 policy

Self-screening form
No
Masks
Yes
Proof of vaccination
Yes

Facilities

Air Conditioned
Yes
Washrooms
Yes
Outdoors
No

Accessibility information

A Relaxed Performance will be offered on Sunday July 10.
The ImmersX Tactile Body Immersion chair will be available for booking at the following performances: July 14th, July 16th and July 17th


More about the company

Kylie Thompson Creative is lead by Kylie Thompson (she/her), an ally to the BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities. A settler who considers herself a guest in Tkaronto, and on this planet. The cast and crew are a diverse group of dedicated Artists, all of whom have made and are making impacts in the Toronto Arts Community and beyond.


Land acknowledgement

As a company we believe it is important to acknowledge the original owners of the land on which we, as predominantly white settlers, stand and dance. Personally, I would like to acknowledge my lack of education in this matter, and state here my commitment to being a better activist within the art form of dance. I would like to acknowledge my past relationship with Indigenous culture and history; which almost always was spoken about in the past tense (this idea was inspired by/brought to light by the article “Activism Skills: Land and Territory Acknowledgement on amnesty.ca). I realize wholly that simply placing this copied Land Acknowledgement on my website is not enough. I will move forward with an active sense of urgency in working to repair any damage I may have participated in by not rightfully taking care of this land and its history. I invite any and all criticism and discussion on this topic; please don’t hesitate to email me at kylie@kyliethompsondance.com.


Content advice

Not recommended for persons under 14 years of ageAbrupt cues

Generally loud music

Sensory description

The show is dance forward, with minimal text. Loud music will be presented. It includes projections, but no major strobing or flashing light. It can be enjoyed by those who are Deaf/hard of hearing, but may be less accessible to those who are blind of vision impaired.


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