Dancers of Broken Rhythms 1,000 Pieces of ∏: Introducing Sara

Sara Peddle (she/her)

Sara was born and raised on the east coast of Canada, and has fallen in love with Vancouver Island after moving to Victoria in 2012. She began dancing at a young age, and after taking a short break to pursue a career in Interior Design, her passion was reignited after moving to the island and taking classes in contemporary, hiphop, and jazz at Raino Dance. Sara started dancing with Broken Rhythms in 2017, performing in Thyself, Seven, Internal Rhythms, and several other projects. This is Sara’s first Fringe Festival performance, and she is so excited to take to the stage for 1000 Pieces of Pi.

 Question 1) What would you say has been the most difficult and rewarding part of creating 1,000 pieces of π ?

The most difficult part of this show has been having to stick to a specific sequence of movements. Typically, we have freedom in the choreography – but since we can only run when there’s an 8, touch another dancer when there’s a 0 etc., we have had to get creative when we get stuck.

 Question 2) How many numbers of π could you probably figure out given the time to decode the movement?

Given the time, I could probably figure out close to the 1000… it wouldn’t be perfect, but that’s the fun of it!  

Check out Sara and all the Broken Rhythms Dancers Jan 14!

Location: The Metro Studio (1411 Quadra St, Victoria, BC V8W 2L2)

Dates: Jan 14 7:30-8:30

Tickets: 1,000 Pieces of π Tickets

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Share a short play list of your warm up music before you hit the stage ( Available on Spotify)

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