Zala Moves at dance: made in Canada / fait au Canada

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Zala Moves, Animation by Paloma Ayala based on original movement by Sasha Amaya

dance: made in canada / fait au canada
Dance films, Main Lobby
Betty Oliphant Theatre
404 Jarvis Street
14-17 August 2013

Wednesday, August 14 – 6:30pm (A) & 8:30pm (B)
Thursday, August 15 – 6:30pm (B) & 10:15pm (A)
Friday, August 16 – 6:30pm (A) & 10:30pm (B)
Saturday, August 17 – 1:30pm (B) & 6:30pm (A) & 8:40pm (B)

Program A

Plan B
Paris 1994
Texas Plates
Lady Justice…
The Supreme Task of…

Program B

Zala Moves
Drawing Blank
Hegemonic Masculinity

dance: made in canada/fait au canada was created in 2001 in response to the growing need to support mid-market independent dance artists. Performances were held at the old Dancemakers’ Studio from 2001- 2004 and at Winchester Street Theatre from 2004-2008; in 2009 the Betty Oliphant Theatre became our home. In 2009, we presented two Winnipeg based and two Toronto based artists over two weeks. This garnered four Dora Mavor Moore Award nominations and was voted Top Best Dance Series by NOW magazine.

In 2011 d:mic/fac evolved into a repertory festival format with performances running August 11th -14th at the Betty Oliphant Theatre in Toronto, featuring new and existing works by established and emerging choreographers working in Canada.

Since its inception in 2001, d:mic/fac has presented a cross-section of contemporary Canadian dance makers listed here.

For more information on dance: made in canada/fait au canada please see .