Kanopy Dance performs at Nepal Relief Concert Oct 3 2015

Kanopy Dance Company performs at the Nepal Relief Concert on Saturday Oct 3, 2015 from 7-10pm at Lawrence Memorial Chapel, 510 East College Avenue in Appleton, Wisconsin. Spearheaded by Lawrence University, Rotary Club of Appleton, and Rotaract Club, the ambition effort is to the building of  Clinics in Nepal. Performers include Kanopy Dance Company, Kalaanjali Dance Company, Appleton Boys Choir, Nepal American Friendship Association, Gamelan Ensemble Lawrence, and Performers of Lawrence University. $10/adults, $5 students, children 12 and under FREE. Tickets sold at Lawrence Box Office: 920-832-6749 For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1502380910077311/ 

Nepal Relief Concert

Kanopy Dance Company 2015-16 Season Tickets On Sale

Reverence04Kanopy Dance Company presents ‘A Season of Contrasts:’ three distinct weekends of dance that provokes. Vivid performances true to our lineage of Graham’s teachings of dramatic tension and release, Kaleidoscopes of movement and empathy, emotional rollercoaster rides. Each of our three performances offers the unique opportunity to witness the artistry of international, regional and local choreographers, artists and Kanopy’s talented company dancers and  choreographers performing inspired and inspiring works. Kanopy’s Season at the Overture Center for the Arts 2015-2016 tickets are on sale.

closed 5/1/16

Kanopy Dance Company & Theatre de L’Ange Fou Performance, 8/23/15

IMG_8902What happens to Mister K, after that strange day he had? Is it years later, a day later? ….
Kanopy Dance Company & Theatre de L’Ange Fou
 
 White Church Theatre Project 
Sunday Aug 23 2015
3:00 & 5:00pm
Wyoming Valley Church, 6348 State Road 23, Spring Green, WI 53588
(Suggested donation $15 cash or check only)
 
Staged in collaboration with the White Church Theatre Project, the program will unveil a “work in progress”,  a future chapter in Kanopy’s ‘A Strange Day for Mister K’,  which premiered  last November in Kanopy’s Season at the Overture Center for the Arts in Madison, WI. Choreographed by Steve Wasson and Corrine Soum, Artistic Directors of Theatre de l’Ange Fou and White Church Theatre Project, this work combines physical theater, corporal mime, and dance with a playful collision of Franz Kafka and Buster Keaton.
 
Steve Wasson and Corinne Soum, who served as the last assistants for Etienne Decroux, the “father of Modern Mime,” founded the Theatre de l’Ange Fou and the International School of Corporeal Mime in Paris in 1984. After relocating to London in 1995, the company and school have now established a permanent home at the “White Church” in Spring Green. For more about Theatre de l’Ange Fou and the White Church Theatre Project please visit www.angefou.co.uk; or call (815) 441-8828.

Informal Showing-Corporeal Mime/Physical Theatre Workshop Aug 14, 2015

Duo-St-Cloud_1r1Kanopy Workshop Students lead by Steve Wasson and Corinne Soum, Directors of Theatre L’ange Fou and White Church Theatre Project will perform in an informal showing on Aug 14 from 2-3pm at Kanopy Studio. Free event!