Tues. March 22nd & Wed. March 23rd @ 8:00 PM – Sointula (Athletic Hall) - Opening for 605 will be a solo by Rebecca Margolick
Thurs. March 24th @ 8:00 PM– Pt. McNeill (Gate House Theatre) - Opening for 605 will be singer/songwriter Emma Garriott
Sat. March 26th @ 7:00 PM – Alert Bay (‘Namgis Lawrence Ambers Memorial Recreation Centre) - Opening for 605 will be a special presentation from Vera Newman & Andrea Cranmer with Rebecca Margolick
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For PT.MCNEILL SHOWS VISIT: eventbrite.ca or call 1-604-970-3206
(tickets for all shows also available at the door but we please encourage to purchase in advance)
Josh Martin performshis award-winning solo Leftovers, a virtuosic and highlyphysical investigation surrounding an idea that the body could hold a separatememory bank that is disconnected from thought. Albatross, performed by Lisa Gelley and Josh Martin wascreated by Brussels-based German Jauregui in collaboration with Company 605.This driving duet pulls apart a single moment, enabling us to dissect andexperience its contents in expanded time.
COMPANY 605 led by artistic co-directors LisaGelley and Josh Martin is adance organization based in Vancouver, in the unceded Indigenous territories ofthe Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. 605 has performed
from coast to coast in over 30 cities across Canada, as well as in theUS, Central America, Europe, Asia and Australia, presented at many notablefestivals and venues such as: American Dance Festival (Durham, NC), New YorkCity Center’s Fall for Dance Festival, Usine-C (Montréal), La Rotonde (QuébecCity), Live Art Dance (Halifax), The Banff Centre, Yerba Buena Center for theArts (San Francisco), Bumbershoot Festival (Seattle), Festival PRISMA (Panama),HebelHalle Heidelberg, Tempel Kulturzentrum (Karlsruhe, Germany), and SydneyFestival (Australia).
605’s co-directors have also created commissioned works for severalother dance companies, including Vancouver’s acclaimed Ballet BC (2017 &2021), and their collaborations with filmmakers have allowed 605’s work to beshared globally, with award-winning short dance films shown at over 45 dance-on-screenfestivals around the world. http://company605.ca/