Mairéad Filgate in La vie.
Photo: John Lauener.

BoucharDanse acknowledges the project-based support of its generous funders: The Toronto Arts Council (through the City of Toronto), The Ontario Arts Council (the Ontario Arts Council is an agency of the Government of Ontario), the Canada Council for the Arts and DanceWorks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Coming soon

La vie
at the Dusk Dances 2014 Festival

 

BoucharDanse is thrilled to be part of

August 4-10, 7pm at Withrow Park in Toronto
September 19-21, 5pm at Fort York in Toronto

For more information and directions, visit DuskDances.ca


La vie is a glimpse into a treasure that disappears in the blink of an eye. It's a path forward, letting the past settle, and moving towards the unknown, not without fear, but with willing eyes. The terrains of our lives vary from rivers, to meadows, to mountains, but the pounding of our own heart is something we should always remember to trust.

"[...]Bouchard’s solo La Vie for dancer Mairéad Filgate contained her usual mix of the whimsical and the serious."
Paula Citron, The Globe and Mail, August 14th, 2011

Paula Citron also made special mention of La vie in her best of 2011 dance awards.

Mairéad Filgate.
Photo: Ömer Yükseker


Choreographer: Sylvie Bouchard
Performer: Mairéad Filgate
Music: Lhasa de Sela
Costumes: Emily Tench
Lighting Design: Arun Srinivasan



La vie premiered on August 12th and 13th 2011

dance: made in canada/fait au canada
Late-Night Series - What you See is What you Get!
at the Betty Oliphant Theatre


Mairéad Filgate.
Photo: Joseph Michael Photography


The production of La vie was generously supported by The Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council.

 

 

 

 

 

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