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May 3, 2021

LUCKY MAYBE

EPISODE 1

The Canadian PREMIERE of our new dance film LUCKY MAYBE: Episode 1 is now available to see online via CAPSULE hosted by the National Arts Centre/Dumb Instrument Dance/Form.

Directed by David Ferguson with a pulsing soundtrack by Miles Lowry, LUCKY MAYBE features Seoul's Hoyeon Kim, Jungha Lim, Jeongyeon Yum, and Juhye Cho.

December 1, 2020

VITOR FREITAS

Fountain of Youth Program

In 2020 and 2021, we are delighted to support newcomer to Canada, 21 year-old Brazilian dancer VITOR FREITAS

Help us now! DONATIONS to this program will currently be matched by a generous donor!

                               

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February 1 - March 15, 2021

DANCE SURVEY 2021

Questions for the Dance Community

Thank you to the dance artists who responded to Suddenly Dance Theatre's invitation for feedback. This information will help us facilitate future performance opportunities in Victoria, BC. 
 

As nominated by survey participants, one BC Dance Artist has won $500, as chosen randomly by guest Lynda Raino. Congratulations KRISTEN LEWIS!

Coming 2021

WE ARE DIAMONDS

INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION

Suddenly Dance Theatre's DAVID FERGUSON

continues to work with HOYEON KIM (South Korea) on the Dance Victoria Chrystal Prize awarded project 'We are Diamonds'. Featuring dancers Gunwoo Jun, Jungha Lim, Choe Youngtak, and Jooha Lee.

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2022-2023

IN A NUTSHELL

A NEW PLAY BY DAVID FERGUSON

Suddenly Dance Theatre's DAVID FERGUSON has been commissioned by the Belfry Theatre to write a new play starring LYNDA RAINO inspired by Frances Glessner Lee, who in the 1940’s made the ‘Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death’ - a series of dollhouse-sized death-scenes to teach the police how to conduct themselves in real-life crime scenes.

January 7, 2020

David Ferguson wins Chrystal Dance Prize

DANCE VICTORIA

Victoria-based David Ferguson has been awarded $20,000 for his project, LUCKY MAYBE, with South Korean artists Hoyeon Kim and Jungha Lim.

                               

 

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October 2019

DIRE EN DANSE

FILM DE DANSE

DIRE EN DANSE is now available for FREE in English and French! We want more people to be able to access this conflict-resolution program. Please share widely.

HELP US PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR DANCE ARTISTS TO IMPROVE IN THEIR CRAFT.
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