Kaha:wi Dance Theatre is thrilled to offer performances, tours, workshops, talks and information on our research and creation process. Here's a look at what we have coming up.
Blood, Water, Earth is a part of the Woodland Cultural Centre’s inaugural Onkwehon:we The Original People’s Festival, June 16, 2018 @7:00pm.
A performance installation collaboration conceived by Santee Smith in collaboration with amazing artists: Louise Potiki Bryant (video design); Paddy Free (music, director of photography), Jennifer Kriesberg (live vocals), Semiah Smith (live vocals), Cris Derksen and Adrian Dion Harjo (music); Adriana Fulop and Elaine Redding (costumes). It's a meditative, visual and sound landscape of woman, water and earth incorporating imagery from Aotearoa and Six Nations.
Bookings for Blood, Water, Earth performance are open for the following dates: Sept 24-November 3, 2018 and December 2018, Spring/Summer 2019.
Alongside community partners, Santee Smith's independent production of The Mush Hole will premiere at the Prismatic Arts Festival on September 14, 2018 at the Spatz Theatre, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Kaha:wi Dance Theatre is pleased to take over all touring bookings after the premiere. We are currently taking inquiries for Spring/Summer 2019 and Fall 2019.
The Trailer below is a glimpse at the work in progress development in partnership with the Woodland Cultural Centre, January 2018.
DanceWorks will be presenting the Toronto remount of Blood Tides in late February 2019. Stay tuned for more information on exact dates, location and tickets.
Additional bookings are open for February 2019 and Spring 2020. Inquires for performances contact: email@example.com