Ballet BC

BEGINNING AFTER, Enemy in the Figure, To this day

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To this day © Michael Slobodian
Dance Contemporary
"Ballet BC is physically rigorous, dramatically solid, and truly contemporary." Kaija Pepper, Dance Magazine, 2013

NAC Presentation

Under the artistic direction of Emily Molnar, Ballet BC is lauded for its outstanding versatility and technique wherever it performs. In this specially curated program, the company’s fearless dancers will lead you on an emotionally exhilarating ride.  From Molnar’s highly anticipated new work, To this day, to the breathtaking BEGINNING AFTER by Cayetano Soto set to sacred music of the Baroque period, and the sharp and techno-kinetic energy of Enemy in the Figure by William Forsythe, this spectacular evening of contemporary ballet will not leave you wanting, only wanting more. 

Did you know: Emily Molnar was awarded an Order of Canada in 2017 in recognition of her remarkable work as artistic director of Ballet BC.

Performance is approximately 116 minutes including intermission

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Ballet BC
To this day © Michael Slobodian
BEGINNING AFTER © Cindi Wicklund
BEGINNING AFTER © Cindi Wicklund
BEGINNING AFTER © Cindi Wicklund
To this day © Michael Slobodian
To this day © Michael Slobodian
Enemy in the Figure © Michael Slobodian
Enemy in the Figure © Michael Slobodian

Artists

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  • Featuring Ballet BC
  • Artistic Director Emily Molnar
  • BEGINNING AFTER CHOREOGRAPHY Cayetano Soto
  • Enemy in the Figure CHOREOGRAPHY William Forsythe
  • To this day CHOREOGRAPHY Emily Molnar
  • Ballet BC, 2018-2019 Dancers Brandon Alley, Emily Chessa, Parker Finley, Alexis Fletcher, Scott Fowler, Kiera Hill, Patrick Kilbane, Racheal Prince, Justin Rapaport, Gilbert Small, Peter Smida, Nicole Ward, Kirsten Wicklund
  • Dancers (Emerging Artists) Anna Bekirova, Miriam Gittens, Dex van ter Meij, Sophie Whittome, Zenon Zubyk
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