Call for Participants
FLUX London Dance Festival will present Chorus on July 3rd as part of the Dance at Home series at Eldon House. We are in search of 10-15 volunteer performers to participate in this dance work. Participants will be required to attend two workshops and one on-site practice, and will then perform in the work.
Rehearsal workshops will be held on Friday July 1 from 10am-5pm, and Saturday July 2nd from 10am-3:00pm. The onsite practice and performance will be held on Sunday July 3rd at Eldon House (rain date: Monday July 4th).
No previous dance experience is required as the piece is not physically vigorous. All movement is done in a group with the other performers and will be learned together in the workshops and performed together.
Chorus explores group dynamics, audience/performer relationships and ideas of individualism and togetherness through improvised scores and pedestrian movement. It has been developed and performed by trained dancers and untrained non-dancers including members of Workman Arts. Chorus aims to blend educational experiences with performance presentation by making room for a range of bodies and minds.
Cara Spooner is a Toronto-based choreographer working in dance, performance art and theatre. Her work has been presented at The National Arts Centre, Canadian Stage, Magnetic North, World Stage, Summerworks, The Theatre Centre, the Goethe Institut and Stromereien 11. She is the Education & Training Manager at Workman Arts and was born and raised in London Ontario. www.caraspooner.com
If you are interested in participating (or if you have any questions), please send the following to email@example.com:
- Name and Age
- Contact info (phone and/or email address)
- Do you use mobility or accessibility devices and/or have needs you would like us to know about? (all are welcome and you do not need to disclose more than you are willing to)
- What are your current or previous physical practices? (sports, dance, meditation, etc)
- Why are you interested in participating in this project?