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September 23, 2021 - September 24, 2021

It's Enough ( for a rooftop)

Hosted by All Bodies Dance

It’s Enough (for a rooftop) is an ongoing project featuring dancers from the All Bodies Dance community. In October 2020, the dancers first convened on the rooftop of Sun Wah Centre 新華中心, a vacant parking lot, which provides space for safe and physically distanced dance practice. Through improvisational scores, writing, laughing, drawing, documentation and discussion, the project explores the complex feelings that surface when dancing together in person during a pandemic. The practice holds questions about dance-making that prioritizes community care, individual needs and accessibility. More than anything, “it’s enough” to dance together.

We are excited to invite you onto the rooftop and to share some of our practice with you.

Collaborators:

  • Carolina Bergonzoni
  • Naomi Brand
  • Andrea Cownden
  • romham padraig gallacher
  • Harmanie Rose
  • Rianne Svelnis
  • Adam Grant Warren
  • danielle wensley

Accessibility

  • The show takes place outside, on the rooftop of the building, accessed by elevator. No more than 10 audience members at the time. Masks are mandatory at all times. Scent-free hand sanitizer will be provided at the entrance and on the rooftop. A variety of non-folding seating will be provided.
  • Unfortunately, this performance is not compatible with ASL interpretation. The event can be accessed in a non-auditory way as there is no music or verbal instructions, and context is provided in written English. 
  • The building has two gender-neutral, accessible washrooms and a single stall accessible washroom.
  • For more information about the building and location https://www.bcabca.ca/access-accessibility

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you any questions or access concerns: info@allbodiesdance.ca

Organizations

All Bodies Dance

We are an inclusive dance company located on unceded Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil- Waututh), and xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam) territories (Vancouver, BC, Canada). Our work brings together artists with and without disabilities to explore the endless creative possibilities in difference.