Live

Ame Henderson/Public Recordings (Canada): what we are saying

What can we say about the present moment – the moment we’re in now, together?

This series of live performances is the world premiere of what we are saying from the acclaimed Toronto based company Public Recordings. This new work creates the conditions for communication to emerge as spontaneous choral conversation, illuminating the radical possibility of a leaderless togetherness.

Using language and movement to explore new perspectives on our world and each other, an assembly of performers responds to uncertainty, potential danger and possibility in an open performance space.

Established in 2003, Public Recordings is an atelier that explores and shares choreographic experimentation through artistic research, performance creation, publication and education. The company has a history of presenting works in a diversity of performance contexts. Guided by the choreographer Ame Henderson, the company initiates cross-disciplinary projects that situate collaboration as both a political and aesthetic interest.


Performance Times

Wednesday, 22 May, 7 PM
Thursday, 23 May, 7 PM
Friday, 24 May, 7 PM
Saturday, May 25, 7 PM

Image: Photo from what we are saying, Ame Henderson/Public Recordings (Canada)

Presented by

Harbourfront Centre World Stage
in association with The Power Plant