Older and Reckless- Susan Elliott, Robert Glumbek, Robin Poitras and Roger Sinha

In Events on November 8, 2010 by danceumbrella

November 27 at 8:00pm, and November 28 at 2:00pm

at Dancemakers Centre for Creation in the Distillery Historic District, 55 Mill Street (South of Front Street, Between Parliament and Cherry Streets)
Tickets- $20/$18 CADA, students and seniors
Reservations and information call 416-504-6429 ext. 30 or Online at

Older and Reckless is back for another year of outstanding dance!  Celebrating great dance created by some of Canada’s most outstanding contemporary and ever-reckless dance artists, the November Older and Reckless will feature works performed by Susan Elliott, Robert Glumbek, Robin Poitras and Roger Sinha.

For this Older and Reckless, renowned choreographers and performers will come together at the Dancemakers Centre for Creation on November 27 and 28, 2010 for  a weekend of dance. Moore is thrilled that Susan Elliott is traveling from Vancouver to present a work of the late Lola MacLaughlin’s, Princess. Following the Sunday matinee of Older and Reckless Moonhorse and Dancemakers will co-host
the Toronto book launch of Lola Dance, featuring stunning photographs of Lola’s acclaimed creations and original writing about her work by those who loved her. The book will be a visual feast and a celebration of her significant body of work. The event will take place at 4:00pm in the Michael J. Baker studio at the Dancemakers Centre for Creation.

The Older and Reckless performances will include Dis/Locate performed by Robert Glumbek and Montreal’s Roger Sinha’s in Zeros and Ones. Dis/Locate, co-choreographed by Glumbek with Roberto Campanella, explores the loss of, and return to, “home” and the link between homeland and identity. Sinha’s work, Zeros and Ones, embraces technological advances and fuses dance, video and poetry in a physical poetic language of the body. Regina’s Robin Poitras will perform a Tedd Robinson solo, The Sound a Circle Makes.

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