Broken Rhythms Victoria Society is excited to announce they are taking to the road again this year to showcase Giant’s Door and Guilt at Bus Stop Theatre in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This event is a showcase of three Canadian choreographers: Kathleen Doherty, Catherine Hayward, and Victoria’s own Dyana Sonik-Henderson.
Works being Featured
Giant’s Door was created for Pretty Good Not Bad music festival as a site-specific work to be performed outdoors with live music. The Full work features nine songs from okpk newest album Pleasure Seekers.
SEVEN is an independent 60 min show about the seven stages of grief. Created originally to battle depression the work has been the most highly regarded works Broken Rhythms has created to date. We bring to the stage the fourth stage, GUILT
This tour comes at the end of the busiest year Broken Rhythms has seen that included a performance tour in Toronto, collaborations with PGNB, Dance Victoria, Impulse Theatre, and community supportive projects with Girls Rock Camp, Arts Caliber, BC Cancer Foundation, Victoria Events Centre, Langford business group, Blue Bridge Theatre and the independent work Universal Horrors.
About the Dancers
Carlene Brick (Principal Dancer) has been a Broken Rhythms company member since 2014. She works as a dance instructor and choreographer at Passion and Performance and has also been named as the Nutrition Ambassador for the International Dance Teaching Standards. Since her relocation to Victoria B.C she has quickly become a fixture in the dance community performing at fundraisers, fashion shows and touring Canada as a principle dancer with Broken Rhythms.
Location: Bus Stop Theatre 2203 Gottingen St, Halifax .
Times: September 29-30 @ 8 p.m.
Type of event: East Meets West choreography showing