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Guelph Dance

In the Park

Join as at Festival favorite, In the Park, for an enriching experience for the whole family.

In the Park

Exhibition Park London Road West, Guelph, ON

Friday, May 31st at 7:00 pm

Saturday, June 1st at 12 pm followed by the Creativity Picnic, 1:30-4 pm!

Sunday, June 2nd at 12 pm followed by Guelph Pride Family Pride at 1:30pm-5:30pm!

Cost: pay-what-you-can (suggested donation of $15). Don’t carry cash? Donate online ahead of time!

Happy to announce that the the Water Wagon will be at Exhibition Park on Saturday June 1st, so remember to bring your water bottle!

Inclement weather venue: Old Quebec Street Shoppes, 55 Wyndham St N, Guelph, ON

 Notification about the decision to move to indoor venue will be posted on the website and on Facebook. 

CORPUS Dance Projects

Toronto, Ontario

Camping Royal 2013
Choreographers: Carolin Lindner and David Danzon

Two queens from a different time go on an absurd camping trip, far away from court. Without servants, they will have to use their creativity to survive in the wild. Their castle is reduced to basic tents, royal dances have to be executed on grass, one needs to fish for lunch and cope with the unpredictable whims of mother nature… A charming and interactive adventure for all ages.

Photo by Isabelle L’Italien

Friday Creeations 

Ottawa – Temagami First Nation, Ontario

Maggie & Me – A healing dance  2018
Choreographer: Christine Friday

This piece began with the offering to be a jingle dress dancer evolving into the creation of a contemporary healing dance allowing gifts and ancestral experience’s to guide the choreographer in creation and manifestation. In this signature solo, the dancer-choreographer travels with us through dimensional realms of existence – spirit, dream and present – performing a journey of her life.

Photo by Natiale Dewan


Montreal, Quebec

No Excuses, No Limits 2017
Choreographer: Luca “Lazylegz” Patuelli

“To me life is a dance; as long as our hearts are beating, a rhythm is being created. Sometimes it’s the littlest movements that make the biggest difference in a performance, just like in life; it’s the little things that matter. My whole life I was told I would never be able to walk, let alone dance. Today, I live my life to dance, I live to share my passion with others, and I live to encourage limitless possibilities by doing things our own way through the belief of NO EXCUSES, NO LIMITS.” Luca “Lazylegz” Patuelli

Photo by Mikael Theimer

Pauline Berndsen Danse

Montreal, Quebec

Hypnos 2018
Choreography: Pauline Gervais

Hypnos stimulates the experience of collective hypnosis on the live music of Charles Bicari. Paradoxically to the view of practice as a lethargic state, Hypnos proposes a group of individuals full of energy and enthusiasm reacting to constraints through movement and music. Through their journeys, the dancers are connecting with each other on a psychic and physical aspects. Through that link that keeps strengthening during the whole piece, they let go of their doubts in order to fully benefit from the experience.

Photo by Mike Pattern

In the Park Leaders of the Audience will be Rebel Rhythms!


In the Park is presented in partnership with  the Exhibition Park Neighbourhood Group and Guelph Pride

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