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Randy Glynn

This weekend, Halifax’s Live Art Dance kicks off its 2019-2020 season with Brazil-based Focus Cia de Dança performing Ímpar, a mesmerizing works that uses seven bodies across a stage-turned-playground to tell a story both absurd and magical. Recently we spoke with LAD’s Artistic Director Randy Glynn about the production and about his own passion for his profession.

What is your own personal/professional background? I am from Ottawa, but started my professional dance career in Halifax in 1976 while studying music and English at Dal. Back then, I helped form and manage the Halifax Dance Co-op Dance company with Sara Shelton Man as Artistic Director. In 1977, I moved to Toronto and was asked to join the Danny Grossman Dance Company. I danced and toured the world with them for 10 years. In 1987, I started my own dance company the Randy Glynn Dance Project which toured and performed for 10 years. Since then I have been involved in a variety of eclectic dance and circus projects. In 2013, I s…

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