Sleeping, tucked in the lonely Purple

Sleeping, tucked in the lonely Purple
Company
tiger princess dance projects/Theatre Gargantua
Choreographer
Yvonne Ng
Runtime
40 minutes

Sleeping, Tucked in the lonely Purple, a contemporary dance work, expresses the lived experiences of three senior artists asking the question ‘Where or in what time space does identity reside?’ If we are all given the same map, would we arrive at the same destination?

This piece is choreographed by Yvonne Ng features Susan Applewhaite, Susan Cuthbert and Harold Tausch. Music composed by Nick Storring, lighting design by Samira Banihashemi and costumes by Cheryl Lalonde.

This work is produced by tiger princess dance projects and Theatre Gargantua, and is a Community Partner of TFF.


Credits

Cast
Susan Applewhaite
Cast
Susan Cuthbert
Cast
Harold Tausch
Composer
Nick Storring
Costume Designer
Cheryl Lalonde
Lighting Designer
Samira Banihashemi
Stage Manager
Laura Cournoyea

Performances

  Date Time
6th July 6:00pm Tickets
8th July 4:45pm Tickets
9th July 4:45pm Tickets
12th July 3:00pm Relaxed Performance Tickets
13th July 7:45pm Tickets
16th July 10:00pm Relaxed Performance Tickets
17th July 6:15pm 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

Relaxed Performances will be offered on: Tuesday July 12, and Saturday July 16.
The ImmersX Tactile Body Immersion chair will be available for booking at the following performances: Wednesday July 13th, Saturday July 16th and Sunday July 17th


Land acknowledgement

tiger princess dance projects & Theatre Gargantua are grateful for the contributions and stewardship of this land by the peoples that went before us. This land that we create our art on holds thousands of years of human history and on behalf of our board, our artists, our artistic and production team, we pay respect and acknowledge the First peoples who have been living on these lands for thousands of years.


Content advice

Suitable for all ages

Sensory description

There are three senior citizen dancers wearing grey tone costumes moving alone and with each other, dancing with recorded music in the performance space, periodically with spoken text. The text will be provided in the programme notes (available digitally or printed).


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