The dancers in Aeriosa's Second Nature are suspended above the stage floor.
The dancers in Aeriosa's Second Nature are suspended above the stage floor.

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 aeriosa.com 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 https://aeriosa.com for tickets and information.

Posted by Vancouver Presents on Wednesday, May 16, 2018

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