eidolon/ World Premiere
October 24, 2014 at 8pm
Market Hall Performing Arts Centre
140 Charlotte St., Peterborough ON
$22 / $15 students, underwaged / $5 high school students
Available in advance from the Market Hall box office: www.markethall.org or 705-749-1146.
PRE-SHOW CHAT with Ruth Madoc-Jones, director, 7pm in the lobby.
POST-SHOW RECEPTION meet the artists in the lobby following the show.
eidolon noun 1. an idealized person or thing. 2. a specter or phantom.
Bill James’ newest work is inspired by important relationships he has had
throughout his life with those who have passed away. While it is his first full-length
solo work, it can also be seen as a series of duets with conjured spirits and a duet
with composer David Grenon, who creates both live music and architectural
soundscapes. Also collaborating on the project is director Ruth Madoc-Jones,
whose insightful work across disciplines has made her one of the most in-demand
directors in the country.
After establishing an international reputation in Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto as
a dance artist and producer of multidisciplinary events, Bill moved to a farm just
outside Peterborough about ten years ago. Since then he has continued to pursue
his artistic vision, lately by putting himself in his own work. In 2013 Toronto’s
Soulpepper Theatre awarded Bill the Soulpepper Dance Award in the Senior Dance
Artist category. That award has supported the creation of eidolon.
Tickets now available!
GreenUP supporters, it’s time to get your sweet on!
Several local chefs are coming together for a night of decadence all in support of GreenUP. Each chef or baker will have their own delicious green-themed dessert and other delicacies for you to sample and purchase. There will also be live music and the chance to win some great prizes too. This is NOT your grandma’s bake sale!
Tickets are just $20 and available at The Venue, Lansdowne Place and the GreenUP Store, or purchase online.
We’re looking forward to seeing you November 12th from 6 to 10 pm at The Venue! Get your tickets today.
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