Lysol Ceremony 10 minutes Solo Lysol ceremony is performance work that delves into the ambiguity of cleansing, ceremony and identity. Witnesses are brought into the very intimate world of the performer, and are close observers to the ceremony. The artist utilizes performative movement and dance to convey the act of cleansing. This work is suitable for festivals, galleries and indoor performances. This work is created with the support of Elijah Wells as dramaturge.
Nimihitowin! 45-65 minutes variable by client 8-14 dancers
Powwow dance, hoop dance and Métis jigging are beautiful expressions of Indigenous Peoples’ history and culture. Celebrate this rich cultural treasure with the Cree, Blackfoot and Métis dancers of Nimihitowin!. You’ll be mesmerized by the dramatic dancing and spectacular regalia alongside the subtle beauty of Native American flute songs. Insightful commentary about each dance enhances the performance as you experience the stunning vibrancy of Indigenous culture through dance. This piece is for indoor theatre and school performances only. Contact for pricing.
Powwow Mash-Up 15-30 minutes 3-10 dancers Powwow Dance styles are shared in a high-energy non-stop dance performance to live and recorded music. This performance is popular for corporations, outdoor performances, schools, and smaller festivals. The styles of dance and length of performance are customizable to clients needs.
The titles translates from Blackfoot to english as "tellings stories using dances". This work shares stories through hoop dance, using traditional and contemporary styles. This work is created specifically for Surrey Children's Festival, 2018, and will be available to present September 2018. This work can be presented in theatres as well as outside stages, schools and variable performance spaces.
Untitled 6 minutes Solo
Untitled is a work that has its roots in fancy shawl dance and contemporary dance and explores the coming of spirit into the body, and the loss through trauma that may or may not be recovered. Developed after participating in the Canada Council for the Arts Aboriginal Peoples Collaborative Exchange program with Michelle Olson, director of Raven Spirit Dance Society.
Too Good; That May Be 50 minutes Solo This work is a solo immersive soundscape performance commissioned by the Urban Shaman Gallery for the 60's Scoop exhibition in April 2017. The work traces memory from womb-time to age 24. The artist used government documentation pertaining to her adoption, as well as over 20 hours of interviews with family. Jessica created ten tracks that then plays through ten different speakers during the performance. The performance is set in the round, and audience members sit inside the sound circle. Projections appear on the floor, with the title projected on a wall. This work is suitable for galleries, theatres and alternative performance spaces.
Photo above is from "Too Good; That May Be"
Powwow and Hoop Dance Performances Solo and group shows
Please contact for information on Powwow performances and Hoop Dance performances, 1-12 people. This is available for Canada Day, National Aboriginal Day, Stampede Week, and any other major event or corporate celebration.