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Medie Megas- Φora, interview by fromstagetopage

October 28, 2011

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update here Could you briefly introduce yourselves? My name is Medie Megas with an e. I was born in England but I have dual English/Greek nationality. I am not a young choreographer, but I am relatively new to the job – currently working on my third piece! I find my balance in life through teaching […]

Maxine Heppner- Across Oceans, interview by fromstagetopage

October 24, 2011

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update Could you briefly introduce yourself? Maxine Heppner is a short dark haired woman with a lot of energy. Born in Montreal Canada, she moved to Toronto in the early 70s, when contemporary dance was coming alive in Canada. My pre-pro training was in Graham, Cunningham, some Limon, mask, and new contact and butoh techniques, […]

Sofia Mavragani-FINGERSIX, interview by fromstagetopage

October 14, 2011

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update here Could you briefly introduce yourself? Sofia Mavragani was born on a sunny day in 1978. She had her first ballet class when she was 4 years old. When she was 5, after having performed on big stage, she stopped. Some years later, while studying Economics, she decided to have a career change. So she found […]

Across Oceans- Maxine Heppner

October 13, 2011

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” All communication begins in our bodies with movement, sound and image. ” All human communication begins in our bodies with pure movement, sound and image. Art filters these forms through our human intellect to express experiences of spirit, sensation and idea. So all of my work – my choreography, words on pages, images on […]