Join us for a celebration of our West-End Children’s Program achievements! We’ve been working hard all year — come see how we’ve been moving!
We’re very proud to be performing at this event, organized by Tangled Art + Disability, and Canadian Disability Studies. We have the pleasure of performing alongside poet Eli Clare and musical artist Bucko! This is a wheelchair accessible and ASL supported event. For more information, visit the website and scroll down to Ottawa, ON. Painting above […]
We’re performing “Dream a Little Dream” at this festival, and you’ll also have the opportunity to buy Propeller SWAG! Read more about the festival.
We’re pleased to share this recent documentary short on Propeller Dance by student film maker Catherine Knight from Australia! Thanks Catherine! It includes great rehearsal footage of our works Flesh and Spokes and Deliverables by in-house choreographers Soutter & Weaver from our upcoming show at the GCTC, take a sneak peak!CONTINUE READING →
Come one, come all! We’re excited to debut our new website to the Propeller Dance community and beyond. We’ve re-designed everything from top to bottom, left to right, and everywhere in between. New content, new photos, new blog! We’re happy to have a new site that reflects how much we’ve grown over the years. We’re especially […]CONTINUE READING →
On February 12 and 13, Propeller Dance took to the GCTC Studio for two sold-out shows and the first public showcase of their GCTC residency. FUSE, presented by GCTC, featured three works-in-progress.CONTINUE READING →
I love diving into a brand new choreography, there are always so many unexplored possibilities and Renata Soutter’s piece Flesh & Spokes for Propeller’s upcoming show at the Great Canadian Theatre Company is no exception! The process of creating Flesh & Spokes has been a fascinating and unique one. Being in a power wheelchair, it has […]CONTINUE READING →
Introducing guest blogger, Monday night adult dance class participant, and beautiful visually-impaired dancer in and out of her wheelchair, Faith Girvan!CONTINUE READING →