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Fluid Festival 2018 wrap: opening up space

A reflection on the 2018 Fluid Festival.

Award-winning choreographer Akram Khan brings Chotto Desh to Bella

A preview of Chotto Desh, the award-winning multimedia dance piece from London choreographer Akram Khan

Lisbeth Gruwez dances Bob Dylan: a Q&A

Choreographer and dancer Lisbeth Gruwez talks about her new show, featuring the music of Bob Dylan

Fluid Fest Review: tension between contemporary and classical sets off some Saturday night sparks

A review of Yukichi Hattori's Reverence, Lesley Telford's My Tongue, Your Ear an Wen Wei Dance's Dialogue, from Calgary's Fluid Festival Dance Festival.

Yukichi Hattori returns with meditative Reverence

Former Alberta Ballet dancer Yukichi Hattori returns to the stage with Reverence, a new dance piece that's part of the 208 Fluid Festival.

What’s skin got to do with it? Tzeng explores identity with That ch*nk in y/our armour

Choreographer and dancer Pam Tzeng talks about her new piece, That ch**k in y/our armour, part of the 2018 Fluid Festival in Calgary.

A Chitenge Story weaves a tale of gentle revenge

A review of A Chitenge Story, a solo show by Calgary actor and playwright Makambe K. Simamba.

Jan Derbyshire is certifiably funny

A review of Certified, the new solo show by Jan Derbyshire.

Zambia meets Lethbridge to create A Chitenge Story

Makambe K. Simamba's A Chitenge Story blends her life story in Zambia with her theatrical coming of age at the University of Lethbridge.

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