Dances for a Small stage will feature a new solo work by Langley dancer/choreographer Julianne Chapple. The show will be staged from Sept. 12 to 14 in Vancouver.

Dances for a Small stage will feature a new solo work by Langley dancer/choreographer Julianne Chapple. The show will be staged from Sept. 12 to 14 in Vancouver.

Making it big on the small stage

Langley dancer/choreographer featured in upcoming Vancouver production

An unconventional new stage is set for Vancouver’s popular contemporary dance series. The 29th edition of Dances for a Small Stage offers an intrepid showcase of artistic talent —including a Québec City protégé — and features a new solo work by Langley dancer/choreographer, Julianne Chapple.

Dances for a Small Stage 29 makes its debut installation at the Ukrainian Centre on E. 10th at Main Street from Sept. 12-14.

In addition to presenting some of Vancouver’s hottest young artists on its landmark 10’ by 13’ stage, Small Stage 29 marks the beginning of a sister series in Québec City.

In celebration of the new venue, Dances for a Small Stage 29 has partnered with the Ukrainian Centre to sell their perogies and sausages.

LISTING INFORMATION

Dances for a Small Stage 29

Date: Sept. 12-14

Doors open:  7 p.m.;

Show: 8 p.m.

Ticket prices: $20

Address: Ukrainian Centre

154 East 10th Avenue at Main Street

Vancouver

Box Office: Advance tickets now available at:

small-stage.eventbrite.ca

At door on performance night (cash only)

Must be 19+ for admission.

Website: www.movent.ca