Vertical dance company, Aeriosa, returns to the theatrical stage for the first-time in seven years with its newest full-evening work, Second Nature.

On stage at the Scotiabank Dance Centre in Vancouver, Second Nature features six dancers using a variety of technical rigging, to suspend in free-floating formations or ascend and descend throughout the piece. Embodying the versatile attributes of bamboo, the dancers in Second Nature become a metaphor for human adaptability and journey in life.

Vancouver Presents went inside the rehearsal studio for a sneak peek and interview with Aeriosa founder, and the choreographer of Second Nature, Julia Taffe.

Second Nature plays the Scotiabank Dance Centre (677 Davie St, Vancouver) on May 24-26. Tickets are available online from Tickets Tonight or visit for more information.

We are LIVE at The Dance Centre in downtown Vancouver with the company of Aeriosa’s Second Nature for a sneak peek and interview with choreographer and company founder, Julia Taffe,In this new full-evening work, six dancers interact with bamboo, evoking unique images and experiences as the set continuously transforms throughout the piece.Second Nature plays the The Dance Centre May 24-26. Visit for tickets and information.

Posted by Vancouver Presents on Wednesday, May 16, 2018