Frontera - Animal of Distinction - Rehearsal

Frontera | PuSh Festival

Described on Thursday Jan 30, 2020 at 8 pm at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 630 Hamilton Street, Vancouver | | Map

Part of the 2020 Push International Performing Arts Festival. Ticket discounts and free companion rates available for VocalEye users. Reserved seating has been arranged for VocalEye users in the mezzanine section. Please contact Accessible Push coordinator Anika Vervecken at 604-605-8284, x 204 or for tickets and info.

Running time is approximately 70 minutes, no intermission.

Advisory: use of strobe-like lighting effects

VocalEye’s Ticket Access Program provides rebates for those in financial need. Theatre Buddies are also available to guide members to and from the theatre from the meet-up location. Please contact to arrange.

Described by Eileen Barrett and Steph Kirkland in collaboration with Describers UK.

Acclaimed choreographer and socially engaged artist Dana Gingras investigates the notion of borders—political, economic and liminal—and operations of power by exploring their impact on the body. The musical score is by cult Montreal post-rock band Fly Pan Am, with scenography by United Visual Artists. With fearless physicality, ten supercharged dancers perform daring, high-voltage moves. On stage, the lights, music and movement are inextricably linked, equal participants in the powerful singularity of the work. FRONTERA is a relentlessly coherent choreographic and theatrical experience that challenges and reinvents codes. A total work of art that stretches the boundaries of the performing arts with a dazzling, subversive blast of energy. (adapted from Montreal Theatre Hub)

“Live sound, walls of light and pummelling dance”The Georgia Straight (preview)