Special Presentation

Modus Operandi | Works in Development

March 24, 2024 | 3pm
Roundhouse Community Centre (181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver)

New Works is excited to present the Modus Operandi dancers in a special presentation of works in development. Come see these young artists on stage in a mixed program of works by celebrated choreographers Tiffany Tregarthen, David Raymond and Yue Yin.

Tickets are now available on Sliding scale $10-30

*New Works will never turn audiences away due to lack of funds. If this sliding scale is financially inaccessible to you, we welcome you to self-select into a lower ticket price upon check out. If you are in the position to support others, please consider purchasing a higher price ticket upon check out.

About Modus Operandi:

Modus Operandi (MO) was founded in 2007 in the heart of Vancouver, and offers pivotal post-secondary contemporary dance training. The mission of MO is to nurture unique emergent voices in dance by continuously investigating and investing in a practice-based curriculum that welcomes all the possible ways to dance. MO seeks to remain nimble and responsive to the evolving dance ecology, to provide meaningful facilitation of dancers’ relationship to the form so it is empowered, long-lasting and uniquely theirs. Alumni are celebrated as some of Canada’s most radical and inspired new artists producing, creating and performing in an enormous range of formats, environments and organizations.

Learn more about MO

MO Team: Tiffany Tregarthen (Artistic Director), David Raymond (Artistic Director), Kate Franklin (Associate Artistic Director), and Maiko Miyauchi (Associate Artistic Director).

MO Artists: Amélie MacDonald, Aya Sato, Brianna Lannard, Daniel Alejandro Del Angel Lopez, Denae Harpham, Elstana Blair, Emma Galvin, Jada Tang, Jessie Sijie Zhang, Julian Hunt, Kaitlin Cheung, Lamont, Lexi Cairney, Natasa Kong, Nicole Schenk, Nyah Wong Penner, Rachel Lui, Rianna Logan, Ry Jackson, Satya Mari, Shea Bridgen, Simone Carcer, Simone Goldsmith, Taylor Menzies, Tristen Oliphant, Yuha Tomita.

Top photo by David Raymond