Performances 2013

February 23, 2013, 9:00pm
Hearing the Time
aceart, 2nd floor, 290 McDermot Avenue
Choreography: Jolene Bailie
Dancer: Jillian Groening
A new creation by Jolene Bailie, at the Young Lungs Dance Exchange Annual Fundraising Party as part of a mentorship project. Doors open 8pm. $15 admission.

Hearing the Time is a solo that explores how memory changes over time and how our recollections of events can grow, dissolve and become irrelevant with time.

March 22, 2013, 4:00pm
On the Move Conference
The Dancers Transition Resource Centre
Jolene Bailie is a Guest Speaker, speaking on choreography
4:00-5:00pm at The School of Contemporary Dancers, a free event.

April 19 and 20, 2013, 8:00pm
STRIA, Guest Company, a Co-Presenattion with Chartier Danse and Gearshifting Performance Works
The Gas Station Arts Centre
Choreography, Text, Vocals and Performance: Marie-Josee Chartier

May 02, 2013, 8:00pm
Adhere and Deny’s Circus of Objects
Artistic Director, Jolene Bailie, has a contribution commissioned by and presented by Grant Guy at Adhere and Deny’s  Circus of Objects
315-70 Albert Street, above Hoopers
Cash at the door

Jolene’s contribution, Elephants, was created based on her own personal experience with Elephants at the Madikwe Game Reserve/Safari in South Africa.

June 01, 2013, 7:30pm
Inspiro (excerpt)

The Gas Station Theatre, Winnipeg, appearance at The School of Contemporary Dancer’s 40th Anniversary Gala
Choreography: Jolene Bailie
Lighting and Media: Hugh Conacher
Sound: Susan Chafe
Dancers: Branwyn Bundon, Tiffany Thomas, Krista Nicholson, Christie Peters, Jillian Groening and Janelle Hacault

Inspiro was created as a reflection on the impact that wind turbines have on the flight paths of migratory birds.

June 02, 2013, 7:30pm
Tres Tangos

The Gas Station Theatre, Winnipeg, appearance at The School of Contemporary Dancer’s 40th Anniversary Gala
Choreography: Bill Evans
Dancers: Jolene Bailie with Special Guest Don Halquist

A emotional duet in three sections depicting three specific stages of a long term relationship: seduction, play and deterioration. Bill Evans and Don Halquist are Guest Artists from Brockport, New York and The Bill Evans Dance Company.

July 04, 2013, 12:15pm
Hybrid Human
Studio Showing at the NAfro Dance Centre, 109 Pulford Street
Project Conception: Wanda Koop
Choreography: Jolene Bailie
Lighting and Media: Hugh Conacher
Sound: Susan Chafe
Costumes: Anne Armit
Dancers: Branwyn Bundon, Jillian Groening, Krista Nicholson, Christie Peters and Tiffany Thomas; Janelle Hacault (Understudy). Admission is by donation. All money collected goes directly to assist tour costs.

Hybrid Human explores the constructed notion of robots and ideas around the disembodied experience, consciousness, creativity, alien intelligence, and artificial life. Created in conjunction with the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s exhibition, “Wanda Koop… on the edge of experience” and previously performed at Nuit Blanche, The Gallery Ball, The Winnipeg Art Gallery, The National Gallery of Canada, The Gas Station Arts Centre, Arts Court (presented by The National Arts Centre), The Dancing on the Edge Festival and dance: made in canada.

July 07 and 08, 2013, The Dancing on the Edge Festival in Vancouver
Hybrid Human
at The Firehall Arts Centre, 280 Cordova Street East
Sunday, July 07 @ 7:00pm, followed by a talkback with the choreographer and the dancers
Monday, July 08 @ 9:00pm
project credits and info listed above

August 09,
2013, 7:30pm
Hybrid Human

Studio Showing at The School Of Contemporary Dancers, Suite 104-211 Bannatyne
Admission is by donation. All money collected goes directly to assist tour costs.
project credits and info listed above

August 14-17, 2013, dance: made in canada in Toronto
Hybrid Human
at The Betty Oliphant Theatre, Toronto
August 14 @ 9:00pm followed by reception
August 16 @ 7:00pm followed by post show chat
August 17 @ 2:00pm
August 17 @ 2:00pm LIVE STREAMING, watch us live on your own computer or moblie device
project credits and info listed above

September 28, 2013, 8:00pm-12:15am

Set and Re-Set
A New Creation at The Winnipeg Art Gallery
Choreography: Jolene Bailie
Dancers: Krista Nicholson, Jillian Groening and Janelle Hacault

Partially motivated by the infinite energy of my two year son and his ability to re-new his energy and fully live in the present moment, this piece looks at how re-direction, interruption and play can impact one’s perspective and reactions at any given moment.Ongoing throughout the evening, in Gallery 7. Nuit Blanche at The WAG typically attracts 5000 people. A free event.

October 27, 2013, 7:00pm, The Gas Station Arts Centre
A lemon for your thoughts
A New Creation at Girls! Girls! Girls! 9 – “Tools of the Trade”, an annual fundraiser for The Gas Station Arts Centre
Choreography and Performance: Jolene Bailie

Jolene is a founding performer and has performed the opening act in this cabaret show every year since it’s inception in 2005. This fundraiser was originally founded to raise immediate funds immediately after community members saved the theatre from becoming a Giant Tiger store.  Starting as one thing, growing to another, this fundraiser is now an anticipated community event.

December 20, 2013, 12:15pm
Studio Showing, New Work in Progress
at 109 Pulford Street
Choreography: Jolene Bailie

In the intimate setting of the dance studio, new work will be presented to the public. A free event.