Deanne Kearney – Mooney on Theatre
ProArteDanza beautifully re-imagines ‘The Marriage of Figaro’ (Le Nozze Di Figaro) in Figaro 2.0 at the Fleck Dance Theatre. Taking on the large task of a three-hour opera, award-winning co-choreographers, Roberto Campanella and Robert Glumbek create a gorgeous and witty ninety-minute contemporary dance work.
A Toronto dance company re-imagines Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
ProArteDanza is one of Canada’s most highly regarded contemporary ballet companies. Their works are incredibly technical and fiercely physical. This work is no exception; however, with the added narrative, the company is brought to new heights.
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Subversive Figaro 2.0 is relevant and user-friendly
ProArteDanza’s full-length dance take on Mozart’s The Marriage Of Figaro bravely deploys this glorious period piece to obliquely comment on inter-gender social tensions in the #MeToo era.
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Tori Mehaffey, Benjamin Landsberg, Ryan Lee, Daniel McArthur, Kelly Shaw, Robert Glumbek, Taylor Bojanowski, Heidi Lorenz, Jake Poloz.
Creative and Production Teams:
Dramaturge: John Ottman
Scenographer and Costume Designer: Yannik Larivee
Music Director: Norman Babin
Costume Assistants: Susan Rome and Heather Rautiainen
Sound Designer: Greg Harrison
Lighting Designer: Arun Srinivasan
Projections Designer: William J. Mackwood
Production Manager: Sam Shaw
Stage Manager: Jennifer Lee
Prosthetics: Jason Detheridge