Triple Heat culminates season’s work with trio of showcases

Showcases run Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Sid Williams Theatre

Triple Heat Academy of the Performing Arts directors Michelle Henly, Tamara Ryan Telford and Livea Gill Harding present the culmination of this year’s work by students at the Sid Williams Theatre, May 27-29.

‘Imagine’ showcases the Triple Heat curriculum from pointe ballet to hip hop and everything in between, as well as their musical theatre and stage division.

“We encourage our students to strive for excellence both technically and artistically,” says Henly, who heads the ballet program.

“We want them to imagine what is possible, what they can articulate through dance and performance,” adds Gill Harding. “That dedication to technique is how they bring that vision to life.”

The showcases will include performances by their nine provincial-level soloist representatives as well as award-winning pieces performed at NIFPA, Thunderstruck, Core Dance competition and Peak Invitational.

Triple Heat is featuring three separate showcases this year.

 

Showcase 1, Friday, May 27 at 7 p.m.  and Saturday, May 28 at 1 p.m.

Showcase 2, Saturday, May 28 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, May 29 at 1 p.m.

 

Tickets for these two showcases are on sale at the Sid.

Solo Showcase, Thursday, May 26 at 7 p.m. is a must see. Admission for this special show is by donation and is open seating.

For more information contact Triple Heat Academy at 250-338-1313 or www.tripleheatdance.com

 

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