Silent Voices

 Ecstatic Survival!

Summer 2014


Thank you for an incredible two weeks of learning, dancing and creating! A brief but meaningful time with wonderful people and amazing teachers. Until next year...

The Dancetheatre David Earle Summer Intensives are transformative sessions of technique, coaching, repertoire and creation for professional dancers, advanced dance students, and adventurous dance enthusiasts - each centred around the technique and repertoire of renowned Canadian dance artist David Earle.

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Performance Montage

Click the image above to view the introductory video montage of DtDE in Performance.  

Camera and Editing by Robert Kingsbury.

Community Classes

Dance Classes

Morning class is cancelled Friday October 24thSorry for any inconvenience.

Drop-in students still welcome in Community Classes!

Introductory: Mondays at 6:30pm with Georgia

Intermediate I: Thursdays at 6:30pm with Georgia

Intermediate II: Sundays at 11:00am with Julia

Choreography and Composition: Thursdays at 8pm with Georgia

Check out all the details here!

 

Be a part of the Legacy!

Like many organizations in a climate deeply challenged for sufficient resources, DtDE relies upon dedicated donors to enable performances, initiatives such as the Mentor & Apprenticeship Program, and ongoing creation such as Portraits, Mirrors, and Windows.

You are an essential part of our success!

By supporting Dancetheatre David Earle, you are investing in both quality of life and culture, and helping to sustain an artistic legacy for the next generation. Your support is vital to help us continue our work as a cultural community of performance, mentorship and legacy.

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Please donate online, securely, at CanadaHelps.org, or contact Vaughn Barclay - vaughn |at| dtde |dot| ca to receive a complete Donor Information Package.

Dancetheatre David Earle would like to thank our 2013-2014 Funders & Sponsors

 

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 J.P. Bickell Foundation