The theme song is Iltinho Blue’s version of Se Voce Quer Dancar, the dance poem of the week is Hippolytus the Bad Dancer by Paul Hannigan, and the music played during the show is from the CD Papasoff Live by Charles Papasoff.
In this episode Kitty Wilkes talks about teaching Clogging (aka Clog Dancing) in Montreal, Part 3 of the Trisha Brown Interview is played, and a brief history of the Nutcracker written by Steve Barry is given as well. [Ms. Wilkes’ classes are free and happen Tuesdays and Thursday from noon to 2PM at the Red Barn, 20609 Lakeshore Drive in Baie-d’Urfe]
The theme song is sung by Eddie Cochran, the dance poem of the week is The Rain Dance by Sue Aspell and the music played during the show is a collection of bluegrass instrumentals.
In this episode Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand, Gwen Fisher and Rachel Ni Chuinn talk about dance in Montreal. Among the topics are; part 7 of an 11 part round table discussion from Circuit Est on Music and Dance with Guy Cools, Danièle Desnoyers, Louis Dufort, Matteo Fargion, José Navas and Fabienne Cabado. Heidi Miller and Bruce McKay discuss social dancing, Rhonda Meier, Gwen Fisher and Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand discuss the shows they saw last week (Rubberbandance Group‘s Post Hip Hop Project, Hofesh Schecter‘s Uprising & In Your Rooms, and Danses Buissonières) Gwen and Rachel read selections from the Awesome Montreal Dance Calendar and the theme song is performed by Johnny Rivers.