Dancing on the Edge Festival – Win Tickets

The Dancing on the Edge Festival (DOTE) returns for its 36th year from June 13 to June 22, and you can enter to win tickets to opening night! The festival will take place at various venues across the Lower Mainland including Firehall Arts Centre, Scotiabank Dance Centre and SFU’s Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, as well as an off-site presentation at select Vancouver parks.

Dancing on the Edge Festival

The festival will feature over 30 performances over 10 days, where audiences will be witness to world premieres, Western Canadian debuts, and works-in-progress from some of the most sought-after contemporary Canadian choreographers.

Dancing on the Edge Festival Poster 2024
Belle Spirale Dance Projects – Credit David Cooper

This year’s Festival will once again deliver high caliber, exhilarating, innovative, and spell binding dance works showcasing the diversity of dance across Canada, reflecting its rich tapestry of cultural influences and contributing further to the evolution of this multifaceted art form.

Dancing on the Edge kicks off with the world premiere of Company 605’s latest work, lossy, co-presented with SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs; and features OURO Collective’s 7y98D; the world premiere of EDAM’s Dead Weighting; Kelly McInnes’ Late Stage Remedy; the Western Canadian premiere of Gorgeous Tongue by Lara Kramer Danse (Montreal); the B.C. premiere of Wéi 成为 by tiger princess dance projects (Toronto); the Vancouver premieres of Method Dance Society’s Behind Veiled Eyes (Prince George) as well as Lasterday, with choreography by Hanna Kiel/Kaeja d’Dance (Toronto); Calder White’s Nowing; Simran Sachar’s Act Twenty Five; the world premiere of Clala Dance Project’s Uchi うち; the Western Canadian premieres of FakeKnot’s Croquis as well as since then, with choreography by Peggy Baker (Toronto); the world premiere of Helen Walkley’s blocking; Belle Spirale Dance Projects’ assemble; the Canadian premiere of Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY’s SALT; Cristina Bucci’s Sisu; and the world premiere of Furious Grace Dance Theatre’s Gravity in Your Eyes.

View the full festival lineup online here and follow DOTE on Facebook for more info.

“Dancing on the Edge is recognized nationally for the kinesthetic ripples and blasts of energetic waves brought to the stage each year by a wide range of artistic visions and experiences.”
– DOTE’s Artistic Producer Donna Spencer

Win Tickets

I have a pair of tickets to give away to the opening night performance, here’s how you can enter to win:

Win a tickets to opening night of the Dancing on the Edge Festival

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