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Atlantic Ballet Atlantique Canada Presents: Pisuwin

| Sobey Family Theatre
Based on a Wolastoq tale, this multidisciplinary piece blends Indigenous storytelling and ballet, redefining this classical form for a diverse, savvy, and contemporary audience. Set to the soaring music of award-winning composer Jeremy Dutcher, Pisuwin features electronic sounds, industrial landscapes, and digital projection juxtaposed with Wolastoq songs and visual motifs.

Pisuwin is choregraphed by Artistic Director Igor Dobrovolskiy with Co-director Possesom Paul.
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Pisuwin pushes us to confront our greed and alienation, while inspiring us to take a different path; one of connection, community and wholeness. 

 ‘’Being in the audience for this shared experience, it felt like I was witnessing history in the making. The seeds of healing are being planted with this performance, may we learn to nurture them.” 

“What I learned last night, what I believe was on stage last night, is a display of what moving forward in a good way – reaching out with an open heart – looks and feels like.” 

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