Peter Dickinson’s Long Division
17 November 2016 – 26 November 2016, 8:00pm
Offsite, Gateway Theatre, 6500 Gilbert Road, Richmond
Pi Theatre, in association with The Gateway, presents the world premiere of Long Division, a new play by SCA Professor Peter Dickinson.
Long Division is a multimedia, physical theatre piece about the mathematics of human connection. Seven characters struggle to explain their tragic entanglement using the language of geometry and logic, but find that one emotional variable consistently remains unsolved.
Dates: Nov 17-19, 22-26 at 8pm, Nov 22 at 1pm, Nov 19 and 26 at 2pm
Location: Gateway Theatre, 6500 Gilbert Road, Richmond
Box Office: Online or by phone at 604.270.1812
Director: Richard Wolfe
Cast: Anousha Alamian, Jay Clift, Nicco Lorenzo Garcia, Jennifer Lines, Melissa Oei, Linda Quibell, and Kerry Sandomirsky
Choreographer: Lesley Telford
Composer: Owen Belton
Costume Designer: Connie Hosie
Lighting Designer: Jergus Oprsal
Set Designer: Lauchlin Johnston
Video Designer: Jamie Nesbitt
Production Manager: Jayson Mclean
Stage Manager: Jethelo E. Cabilete
Follow Peter Dickinson's blog to find out more about Long Division and his other projects.
MFA and MA Information Session
Interested in Grad studies at the SCA?
23 November 2016 – 23 November 2016, 6:00pm
4th floor, room 4390, SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver BC
Hosted by Arne Eigenfeldt, Graduate Program Chair and Denise Oleksijczuk, MA Program Coordinator. Option to attend '5 New Works' at 8pm, featuring work by MFA graduates and faculty.
This session is for you if you're currently working on an application to the MA or MFA program, or if you are generally interested in learning more about Graduate-level study in the School for the Contemporary Arts. We will be discussing the programs and their content, as well as answering more specific questions about application procedures.
RSVP to Sarah Moore (email@example.com), Graduate Program Assistant, by Monday, November 21. Please indicate in your RSVP if you're planning to join us for opening night of '5 New Works'.
The MFA in Interdisciplinary Studies offers an opportunity for artists from across the fields of dance, film, music, theatre, video and visual art to develop their work in shared studio and theory forums. Both disciplinary and hybrid practices are welcomed. MFA students pursue a program of original research and studio work, culminating in a graduate artistic project. The two-year program is full-time, requiring students to be in the Vancouver area.
The MA in Comparative Media Arts is at the forefront of an emergent intermedial approach to the arts. Seminars give students a strong grounding in interdisciplinary research methods and new developments across moving-image media, performance studies, visual culture, and digital art. Students also have access to graduate courses across the university and the opportunity to pursue a practical placement. The four-semester program prepares students for careers in the arts and for doctoral studies.
SFU Repertory Dancers: 5 New Works
Fall Mainstage Dance Performance
23 November 2016 – 26 November 2016, 8:00pm
Fei & Milton Wong Experimental Theatre, SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver BC
$7 Student // $10 Senior/SFU Staff/Faculty // $15 General
5 New Works showcases SFU’s SCA repertory dancers in an evening of highly-charged, physical dance works by guest chorographers and SFU faculty, featuring new music, videography and text.
Choreographers include KT Niehoff from Seattle — this year’s Iris Garland Visiting Guest Choreographer — as well as Vancouver-based dance artists Ziyian Kwan and Chengxin Wei, and dance faculty Rob Kitsos and Cheryl Prophet. The evening also features music by Stefan Smulovitz and videography by Lara Amelie Abadir.
Image: Alisa Vink.