Dance Waterloo presents Rule of Three
Dance Waterloo will be performing a site-specific dance, Rule of Three, an all-female artistic collaboration which will include dance and live Scandinavian folk music. The performance will be pay-what-you-can and will showcase public art by local artist, Yareth Fernández. Following the performance, there will be a Q&A.
Rule of Three is inspired by the recurring theme of three within Dance Waterloo: three choreographers, the inclusion of Geoscape, public artwork taking the shape of 30 identical triangular pyramids, and three artistic disciplines working together to build community in public space. Six dancers will perform in Rule of Three, which explores the importance of curiosity, individuality, and connection by choreographers Morgan Mackay Teel, Laura Merkel, and Rachael Hulse.
Audience members are encouraged to sit, stand, and play on Los Balcones, a group of benches with three tiers created by Yareth Fernandez. Dance Waterloo wants their audience to leave feeling connected - to their loved ones who accompanied them, their community, to their environment and nature, and to the arts.