International Dance Day, La Otra Orilla, Wen Wei Dance, Marie Chouinard, Pas de Danse Pas de Vie

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Episode 179: [60:23]
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In this show we review La Otra Orilla‘s El12 and Wen Wei Dance‘s Cock-Pit, have a round table discussion about upcoming Festival TransAmériques shows, Les Grands Ballets CandiensMinus One, briefly report on the talk that Marie Chouinard gave on her personal library and sources of inspiration at the Grande Bibliotheque and the book sale at the Bibliothèque de la danse Vincent-Warren along with discussing some of the events taking place in Montreal as part of International Dance Day / Pas de Danse Pas de Vie.

The theme song is the Laurent Voulzy‘s version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is The Dance by William Carlos Williams, and the music played during the show is from Jean Luc Fillon‘s On the Reed Again.

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Jewish Painters of Montreal: Witnesses of Their Time, 1930-1948 [Zeke’s Alternate Art Rant]

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Episode 178 [13:49]
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand ranting about the Jewish Painters of Montreal: Witnesses of Their Time, 1930-1948 exhibit at the McCord Museum.

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Wen Wei Dance, Wen Wei Wang, Alison Denham

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Episode 177: [56:12]
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In this episode Wen Wei Wang and Alison Denham from Wen Wei Dance are interviewed.

The theme song is the Sunny Boys‘ version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is Steps by Frank O’Hara, and the music played during the show is from Steve Kaldestad‘s Blow Up.

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Dwight Baird [Zeke’s Alternate Art Interview]

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Episode 176 [20:26]
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand and Liz Pieres in conversation with Dwight Baird about his paintings of Cuba.

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The All-Review Show II

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Episode 175: [62:09]
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In this epsiode we review Les Grands Ballets CanadiensKylián Evening, En On (Yumiko Yoshioka, Lise Vigneault, Karen Sherman) and Primordial Vaudeville (Krin Haglund, Shannon Cochrane, La Zampa) from the Edgy Women Festival. Parabelo and Breu by Grupo Corpo.And Allison Elizabeth gives a report on the Mega Auction vs. Giant Dance Party fundraiser for Inertia ProductionsThe Duck Wife.

The theme song is the Sandy Nelson‘s version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is Having a coke with you by (and read by) Frank O’Hara, and the music played during the show is from Julia Kent‘s Delay and Drainolith‘s Organ Zone.

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20th Century Art at the L’Hôtel [Zeke’s Alternate Art Discussion]

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Episode 174 [11:59]
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand discussing with Liz Pieres the 20th Century art collection on display in the lobby of at the L’Hôtel at 262 Saint Jacques W. in Old Montreal.

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Myriam Allard, La Otra Orilla, Rebecca Halls, Julian Hughes

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Episode 173: [58:57]
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In this show Myriam Allard of La Otra Orilla talks about her latest show, El12. Rebecca Halls and Julian Hughes from ihoopu.com are interviewed about hooping and hooping culture.

The theme song is the Noble Surfers‘ version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is You are Gorgeous and I am Coming by Frank O’Hara and the music played during the show is from Star People by Miles Davis.

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