Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Choreographer & Dancers

Joel trained at Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet and is a graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts, with a Choreography Mentorship under Artistic Director Jacques Lemay. Selected choreographic credits: MTV’s "Dancing with the Hosts", Mental the Musical, Monument Pictures and "Gunless" as assistant choreographer and on set dance coach. Joel is currently the co-creator and choreographer for the upcoming series "The True Heroines" and it's companion live show 'Show On The Run - A Comic Strip Cabaret'.

Calida has been a dancer and performer for sixteen years. She has travelled North America and had the privilege of working with some of the best in Los Angeles, Toronto and Vancouver. Since moving to Vancouver in 2009 Calida has performed with The Source Dance Company, The Underground Circus, and was cast in the Vancouver Musical Original Sweet Mystery. Calida is currently training with the Industry Dance Training Program in Vancouver, and is a performer with Kill The Lights and Cassie Jackson. I hope you enjoy the show!

Since moving to Vancouver from Manitoba three years ago, Brett Owen has made a name for himself as a contemporary dance artist. Specializing in improvisation, he has performed with choreographers including Josh Beamish, Amber Funk Barton and Daelik. His own work has been showcased at BC Buds, 12 Minutes Max, The Pride In Art Festival and Dancing On The Edge. He has also appeared in music videos for Hey Ocean!, These Kids Wear Crowns, and The Brandon Paris Band.

Originally from Calgary, AB, Paige McCulloch grew up training at Drewitz Dance Productions since the age of 4. There she trained in a variety of dance styles including ballet, jazz, tap, and musical theatre. She has been living in Vancouver for the past 2 years continuing her dance training with The Source Dance Company as well as performing at various shows and events around the city. Paige is very excited to be performing with Twenty-Something Theatre for the first time!

I've had the privilege to attend quite a few choreography rehearsals over the past couple of weeks and I can honestly say that these guys are incredible. One of the singers watching the dancers rehearse earlier this week got goosebumps when she witnessed the choreography for the final number. No joke.

Only a week away now!! This is going to be an incredible show but there are only 3 nights and then it is gone forever. Literally never to be repeated again.

Tickets can be reserved at boxoffice[at]twentysomethingtheatre[dot]com.

~Sabrina Evertt,
Artistic Producer

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