Kanopy Redux: No Limits Now Rescheduled October 20-23, 2022, at the Overture Center for the Arts (Show was slated for April 22-24, 2022)
Kanopy Dance Company is postponing its April 22-24 performances of Kanopy Redux: No Limits at the Overture Center for the Arts until October 20-23, 2022.Several positive cases of Covid-19 have been identified among members of the production’s technical and artistic team, despite strict adherence to comprehensive Covid safety protocols that have been in place during the two-month rehearsal process (that exceeded some 200 hours) for the show.
While Kanopy is deeply disappointed to make this announcement and extends its apologies to audience members for any inconvenience, the health and safety of our larger community is paramount. With the challenging demands and close physical interactions required during the rehearsals and performances of Kanopy Redux: No Limits, we must ensure a safe environment for our artists, director, and crew to come together as they prepare to take the stage and after the curtain rises.
We are grateful that we have been able to obtain commitments from our guest director, Pascal, and guest artists to return for the October 20-23, 2022, run of Kanopy Redux: No Limits that will open Kanopy’s 2022-23 mainstage season at the Overture Center for the Arts.
The Overture Center Box Office will reach out to all Kanopy Redux: No Limits ticket holders to facilitate the exchange of tickets for the rescheduled production in October or for a full refund.
About Kanopy Redux: No Limits
Kanopy’s Kanopy Redux: No Limits (now October 20-23, 2022) at the Overture Center for the Arts, will present a debut of world-class reconstructed works as well as iconic Kanopy favorites. Expect impossibly exquisite physical dance that will defy the limits for human movement and lavish, custom costuming.
Internationally renowned dancer and choreographer, Pascal Rioult, guest directs the Kanopy Company in his signature masterwork, “Views of the Fleeting World”, (“Views”). “Views” is a series of dreams/meditations in seven sections, a rare artistic treat that intertwines the parallels in Bach’s music and Asian culture with the Japanese wood block prints of the great ukiyo-e master, Hiroshige, a major inspiration. Reconstructed works will include Lisa Thurrell’s poignant “Cassandra’s Cry” and Robert E. Cleary’s joyful “Primavera” and the bold + spirited “Bound and Determined”.