DanceHouse opens its tenth anniversary season with the Vancouver debut of Finnish troupe, Tero Saarinen Company.
Led by dancer-choreographer Tero Saarinen, the company performs Morphed, an evening length work for seven male dancers, tackling themes of change and sensuality in a fresh exploration of masculinity.
The work is performed to three pieces by Finnish orchestra conductor and composer Esa-Pekka Salonen, while Kunttu’s sets highlight a world constantly on tilt, as the dancers tangle and navigate through a forest of dancing ropes surrounding the stage.
Vancouver Presents was at the Vancouver Playhouse as the Tero Saarinen Company of dancers warmed up for opening night.
Morphed plays the Vancouver Playhouse (600 Hamilton St, Vancouver) October 27 & 28. Visit http://dancehouse.ca for tickets and information.