“It is going to be an extremely physical work, showing warriors for culture, warriors for dance, warriors for values that are our own, that speak to us about who we are” Serge Bennathan

Elles with the support of the Rio Tinto Alcan Award for Performing Arts 2012, premiered at the The Cultch March 13-17 2012.


Conversations is a premiere by multi-talented choreographer/writer Serge Bennathan featuring Billy Marchenski and Danny Wild.

The Strange Adventure of Myself

The Strange Adventure of Myself is a new a solo work created for dancer Sylvain Senez. It premiered in Vancouver at the Firehall Atrs Centre on October 15th, 2009.

Slam for a Time Traveller

Slam for a Time Traveller was commissioned by Dancing on The Edge Festival for its 20th anniversary in July 2008.  Featuring the talents of Michelle Rhode, Donald Sales and Ann Cooper, Slam was inspired by voice, poetry and movement.  Featuring moody lighting and hanging microphones, these three dancers evoke a strong sense of With music by Arne Eigenfeldt, lighting by James Proudfoot and costumes by Linda Chow, this 20-minute piece was paired with a choreography


MANGA takes its inspiration from the sense of continuous movement featured in the Japanese comic book tradition of the same name. Employing this “manga-style”, the two dancers are at once subtle, poetic and ferocious.

The Invisible Life of Joseph Finch

Premiered in Chutzpah! Festival (Feb. 2007) –and presented at the Singapore Fringe Festival (Jan. 2008).

The Invisible Life of Joseph Finch is a bittersweet and poetic remembrance from a holocaust survivor to his long-lost daughter that combines autobiography, childhood memories, scraps of recipes, larger-than-life characters and the unspeakable memories that each holocaust survivor carries.


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