A Fine Kind
of Madness
(Part I)

Heather Ware (Banff / Netherlands)

 
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Oct 26 & 27, 7pm

cSPACE King Edward


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Part of SHE SAID SO

triple bill with CONTAINER
and REAWAKEN.

A FINE KIND OF MADNESS (PART I)
Heather Ware (Banff / Netherlands)

A body in conflict searches for balance, for resolution. A paralytic state of fear is made bearable by ones own physical being. What is needed within a person to move forward when every instinct is screaming to stop. What if you can’t go back, can’t downclimb. Can we give ourselves over to the beauty of falling apart?

(...) Heather Ware, winner of the Zwaan is one of the most sympathetic and sincere dance personalities of this moment...
— Sander Hiskemuller

ABOUT HEATHER WARE

Since 2003 Heather has been a celebrated dancer with LeineRoebana in Amsterdam (Netherlands). In 2010 Heather was awarded de Zwaan (the Swan) for most impressive dance performance of the year.

From 2015-2017 Heather was the recipient of a Nieuwe Makers Traject (talent development grant) awarded by the Dutch performing arts council (Fonds Podiumkunsten).

As a choreographer Heather is known for her work with live music, and has a long standing collaboration with cellist Jakob Koranyi, with whom she has created Reapproaching Bach and Battle Abbey (2017). Other collaborators include: violist Oene van Geel, baritone Mattijs van de Woerd and mezzo-soprano Cora Burgraaf. Her work has been presented throughout Europe and has been supported by Banff Centre (Canada), Kulturhuset i Ytterjärna (Sweden) and Podium Bloos (Netherlands).
 

SHOW CREDITS

Choreographer: Heather Ware
Performer: Heather Ware
Composer: Jakob Koranyi (a.o)
Sound design: Heather Ware in collaboration with Jakob Korany

Photo credit: Krum Krumov