featuring two choreographies: Adhere & Las Tres Marias
“What is it to be alone”? This question is what shapes Adhere, the first piece in a double bill featuring new choreographies from The Contingency Plan and Tara Cheyenne Performance, running January 11 through 14, 2012.
Created by The Contingency Plan, winners of the 2010 BC Buds Silver Development Award, Adhere layers movement, text and an atmospheric soundtrack to explore countless ways we experience being along and the struggle we face between belonging with ourselves and outside in the world.
The second half of the evening is brought to you by the imaginative genius of Tara Cheyenne Performance. Inspired by religious iconography centering on “Las Tres Marias” (The Three Marias), with a dash of Steve Martin stand up circa 1970 – choreographer extraordinaire Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg fashions this comedic new piece for the three ladies of The Contingency Plan.
A Firehall Arts Centre Presentation
Produced by The Contingency Plan
Adhere choreography by The Contingency Plan
Las Tres Marias choreography by Tara Cheyenne Performance
“The three women [of the Contingency Plan] execute the physically demanding dance vocabulary with incredible athleticism.”
John Jane, Review Vancouver