Joshua Beamish + Belinda McGuire + Cie Mossoux-Bonté

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Joshua Beamish in Concerto

Daniel Robinson

Belinda McGuire in Til 120, Again


Vice Versa

Mikha Wajnrych

NAC Presentation

Co-presented with La Nouvelle Scène

Joshua Beamish
radios (choreography Ame Henderson)
Concerto (choreography Joshua Beamish)

New York-based Canadian Joshua Beamish has earned the respect and admiration of his peers and critics worldwide both for his technically astonishing and articulate style as a dancer and his distinctive, meticulous choreographic approach to the body in space. In radios Beamish performs work by NAC Associate Dance Artist and agent provocateur of Canadian dance, Ame Henderson. Concerto is both created and performed by Beamish to the music of J.S. Bach.

Belinda McGuire
Til 120, Again (choreography Idan Sharabi)
The Eight Propositions (co-choreography Belinda McGuire, Emio Greco and Pieter C. Scholten)

Fellow Canadian Belinda McGuire, who also now calls New York home, is celebrated for her physical discipline and emotional range as a performer and choreographer. In Til 120, Again Israeli choreographer Idan Sharabi is muse to McGuire’s creative genius, with a new look at a signature piece inspired by the Hebrew birthday blessing and set to music by Chopin. The Eight Propositions is McGuire's new solo co-choreographed with Emio Greco and Pieter C. Scholten.

Cie Mossoux-Bonté
Vice Versa (choreography Nicole Mossoux)

Belgian Nicole Mossoux’s creative output has been characterized by performances that meet at the intersection between dance and theatre. Working in close collaboration with partner Patrick Bonté, Cie Mossoux-Bonté presents Vice Versa – a seductive duo for two female dancers performed to the hypnotic folk song Les Anneaux de Marianson, interpreted by Quebecois storyteller/singer Michel Faubert, founder of Les Charbonniers de l’enfer. 

Beamish folds himself into an endless series of contorted postures, many of which seem to defy the laws of gravity...
Alexander Varty, The Georgia Straight (Radios, Ame Henderson)
McGuire has the kind of preternatural talent that makes her a turbulent force onstage. You watch McGuire and you think: Ah yes, I see how dance is singular, fascinating and relevant.
Martha Schabas, The Globe and Mail
Vice Versa… stands as one of the most striking works seen at Brigittines International Festival 2015. Its minimalism, its softness boldly shines through a time of great brutality. Therein lies its beauty.
Sylvia Botella,


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