Love & Adaptation is a walk-though dance theatre performance, based on the experiences of war brides and family life in 1950’s Corner Brook. It features choreography and performances from west coast residents of all ages.
Over the course of two months, citizens and community groups have come together in an intensive creative process led by Candice Pike and Lois Brown to create thoughtful, heartwarming, and playful movement vignettes that explore the ideas of immigrants, homesickness, adapting to life in Newfoundland, and the joys and adventures of love at first sight.
Performances at 7:00, 8:00, & 9:00 PM
Only 25 tickets available per performance!
Tickets are $10 adult, $5 under 12
Director/Dramaturg – Lois Brown
Facilitator/Choreographer – Candice Pike
With creation and performance by:
With Contributions from:
Corner Brook’s Scottish Country Dancers
The Around the Humber Photo Club
This project is made possible by the support of
Canada Council for the Arts
With additional support from
Corner Brook Museum and Archives
Newfoundland English School Board – Western Office / Corner Brook Intermediate
Dance Studio West