Mocean Dance presents: Fluid forms
Alderney Landing, 2 Ochterloney Street, Dartmouth, NS
Friday, April 8 at 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Fluid Forms embraces dance as a reflection of the elusive, ever-changing nature of our world and
celebrates the eloquent artists who set the pace. Fluid Forms is a confluence of perspectives from dance artists with
deep ties to Atlantic Canada. A milestone production for Mocean Dance, it features new works from four
of this region’s emergent voices.
The program showcases the work of:
• New Brunswick-born Syreeta Hector, who explores personal and performative identities in a new
quartet. Her work traces connections to family histories and considers what we inherit from our
ancestors and the landscape of Eastern Canada.
• Halifax-based Lydia Zimmer, who continues to expand her choreographic imprint in Canada and
brings her new work Mercurials, a trio which toes the line between illusion and disillusion. Behind the
• Mi’kmaw dance artist Sarah Prosper from Eskasoni First Nation, who teams up with Sara Coffin in
Utawtiwow Kijinaq / Our Mother’s Road, a cross-generational, cross-cultural duet, that dives into the
spiritual and emotional qualities of water.
Here is a VIDEO window into the creative process of choreographer Lydia Zimmer.
Performances at Alderney Landing Friday, April 8th at 8pm and Saturday, April 9th at 2pm and 8pm.
Ticket Prices (excluding taxes and fees) are:
General Admission – $28; Senior – $25; Student/Artist - $22; Youth/Unwaged – $15.
Tickets are available through Alderney Landing Box Office: https://www.alderneylanding.com/events/mocean-dance-presents/
The April 9th evening performance will be available via live stream. Tickets for the April 9th live stream are by donation through Eventbrite:
For more information visit moceandance.com