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Suddenly Dance Theatre presents
Suddenly Media Production
​An international collaboration
Canada / South Korea
20 minutes

LUCKY MAYBE
EPISODE 2 - TIGER IN THE CITY *In Production

Created and Directed by David Ferguson

Choreography:

Hoyeon Kim

Lynda Raino

Music by Miles Lowry

Dancers: 

Hoyeon Kim

Jeongyeon Yum

Juyhe Cho

Lynda Raino

Produced and Edited by David Ferguson

Co-produced by Dab Dance Project

 

Director of Photography: 

Assistant:

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Video Still: Hoyeon Kim  in Suddenly Dance Theatre's TIGER IN THE CITY

Suddenly Dance Theatre is currently in production of the  next instalment of our dance film series inspired by Korean folklore and absurdist silent-film comedy. 

 

LUCKY MAYBE Episode 2: TIGER IN THE CITY follows our lonely character Horangi (Hoyeon Kim) who leaves the comfort of nature for the lure of exotic food and otherworldly culture. He observes the strange inhabitants of the city, and finds temptations and distractions in a mechanized world.

 

Created and directed by David Ferguson, LUCKY MAYBE Episode 2: TIGER IN THE CITY features South Korean choreographer and performer HOYEON KIM and Canada's LYNDA RAINO moving to a pulsing original soundtrack by Miles Lowry.

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Video Still: Hoyeon Kim in Suddenly Dance Theatre's TIGER IN THE CITY

Suddenly Dance Theatre’s works in dance-media have reached our greatest multi-cultural audiences nationally and internationally. This has played a crucial role in sustaining a cycle of original works over our 30 year history - whether it be through public installations, silent films made for composer interaction, made-for-television films, or film festivals worldwide.

 

Our company has a significant history of collaborating with South Korean artists, first developed through a deep creative connection between Artistic co-Director David Ferguson with dance partner Jung ah Chung spanning 15 years. Suddenly Dance Theatre has previously toured 4 times to South Korea, performing our original works at the World Dance Stars Festival (2008), Busan International Dance Festival (2008), the Next Wave Dance Festival (2008/09), the 17th Daegu International Festival of Dance (2015), and in-residence (2019). In Canada, we have presented Jungah Chung, Hyoseung Ye, Hoyeon Kim, Jungha Lim, Jooha Kim, Gunwoo Jun, Choi Yeoungtak, and Namjin Kim, among others.

This episode has been developed during a 4 month virtual residency at Seoul Dance Centre; and created with support from:

Suddenly Dance Theatre

The Canada Council

The BC Arts Council

CRD Arts Development

Arts Council Korea

Dab Dance Project (South Korea)

Seoul Dance Centre

Dance Victoria’s Residency Program

 

With thanks and appreciation to Dance Victoria's:

Stephen White, Bernard Sauvé, Shireen McNeilage, Tracy Smith.

 

Filmed on location in Seoul, South Korea and Victoria, BC.

PROJECT DEVELOPMENT:

March - June, 2021
Seoul Dance Centre, Seoul, South Korea
 Creation Residency for David Ferguson & Hoyeon Kim

 
SEE TIGER IN THE CITY:

 
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Suddenly Dance Theatre is a charitable non-profit society based in Victoria, BC Canada.