Randy Glynn, Artistic Director
Megan Blanchard, General Manager
6068 Quinpool Rd
Halifax-based Live Art Dance Productions has established a national reputation for the presentation of innovative dance projects and is the only specialized dance presenter in Canada's Atlantic region to program an annual season that features dance artists who have established a presence on national stages. Live Art has been introducing maritime audiences to the best in Canadian contemporary dance for more than two decades.
The Main Stage Series involves individual artists/companies from the local, national, and international dance communities; works are usually presented for a two night run in a 235 seat venue.
Whatever the event, visiting companies are encouraged to implicate themselves in the local community by teaching workshops and Master Classes, and through their involvement in artists talks and other outreach activities.
Live Art is active as a commissioning partner and is an instigator of projects that create value for the local community as a whole.
Artists wishing to submit projects are encouraged to contact Randy Glynn prior to sending materials.
Recent artists/companies include:
Alan Lake Factori(e), Decidedly Jazz Danceworks, Ballet BC, Rubberbanddance Group, cie. Marie Chouinard, Lynda Gaudreau / cie. e Brune, Red Sky Performance, Susan Elliott / Anatomica, Denise Duric, Mocean Dance, Natasha Bakht, Yvonne Ng / tiger princess dance projects, Mary Ellen MacLean, Gwen Noah, Daniel Léveillé, Crystal Pite/Kidd Pivot, Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault, Thomas Lehmen, Mascall Dance, Paul-André Fortier, Roger Sinha, Suzanne Miller and Allan Paivio
- The Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dalhousie Arts Centre - Fully equipped, fly gallery: 235 seats. Proscenium stage dimensions 46 ft (wide) x 33 ft (deep).
- The Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, Dalhousie Arts Centre - Fully equipped, fly gallery: 1040 seats. Proscenium Maximum stage dimensions 61 ft (wide) x 34 ft (deep).
- duMaurier Theatre at Neptune - Intimate venue: 135 - 167 seats: Flexible stage dimensions
Alternative venues may be used as appropriate