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The Magic Flute blows on at the Halifax Summer Opera Festival
Mozart’s music might be “the most sublime ever written” but he’s no woke bae.
By Jade Nauss
Tags: Music, Opera, Summer Opera Festival, Review, Sir James Dunn Theatre, Reviews
Scotia Festival of Music and Chris Wilcox: 40 years and 40 festivals
After turning Halifax into a chamber music destination, Scotia Fest’s director has one last encore.
By Brandon Young
Tags: Cultural Festivals, Scotia Festival of Music, classical music, Chris Wilcox, Simon Docking, chamber music, Music Room, Sir James Dunn Theatre, Music Festivals
The MAN show
Choreographer Sølvi Edvardsen uses dancer Sudesh Adhana’s body to explore self-imposed limits and cross-cultural connection.
By Brennan McCracken
Tags: Arts + Culture, Sølvi Edvardsen, dance, Live Art Dance, Sudesh Adhana, Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dance
Mocean Dance’s new Versions
Mocean joins Toronto choreographer Heidi Strauss to explore relationships and movement with These Versions of Us.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Mocean Dance, Live Art Productions, These Versions of Us, Sara Coffin, Suzanne Chui, Heidi Strauss, Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dance
Dancing to the power of women at Prismatic
Indigenous collaborators from around the world were moved to bring Re-Quickening to life.
By Michael Lake
Tags: Arts + Culture, Prismatic Arts Festival, Indigenous, Women, Live Art Dance, Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dance
Slut provides a jumping off point for larger discussions
LunaSea Theatre takes on by Katie Capiello’s play, Slut.
By Lara Lewis
Tags: Arts + Culture, LunaSea Theatre, Halifax theatre, Koumbie, Katie Capiello, Sir James Dunn Theatre, Theatre
Choreographer Rebecca Lazier’s There Might Be Others has its Canadian premiere with Mocean Dance.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Mocean Dance, Scotia Festival of Music, Halifax dance, Mobius Percussion, Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dance
Open Waters music festival swims against the mainstream
Performances feature both local artists and those from abroad
By Rebecca Dingwell
Tags: Cultural Festivals, Music, Upstream Music Association, festivals, Sir James Dunn Theatre, The Company House, Music Festivals
James Ehnes wants to play for you
The violin virtuoso’s 40th birthday present is a national tour.
Tags: Cultural Festivals, Sir James Dunn Theatre, Music Festivals
Juxtapose is a performance to smash the patriarchy
Live Art Dance brings interdisciplinary piece to North America.
By Adria Young
Tags: Arts + Culture, Dance, Live Art Dance, Feminism, Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dance, Video
Rings Through Water
Tue., Sept. 24, 8 p.m. 2019
Focus Cia de Dança
Sept. 20-21, 8 p.m. 2019
The Magic Flute
Aug. 2-3, 7:30 p.m., Thu., Aug. 8, 7:30 p.m. and Sat., Aug. 10, 2 p.m. 2019
Weekly COVID deaths, cases and hospitalizations in NS (Dec 1 update)
“There will be some people that die from COVID”
“I get to wake up and experience another day of life on this earth”
We asked Coast readers how the pandemic changed their lives
No masks, no limits, no POV as Nova Scotia lifting all COVID restrictions March 21