Dancers and instructors Sarah Adam and Matt Bovee will be putting on a free, one-night performance at the MAC on Saturday, Jan. 7 starting at 7 p.m. — Submitted by Matt Bovee

Visiting dancers to give one-night performance in Parksville

Contemporary dance with comedic theatre elements at the MAC

A contemporary dance duo will be putting on a one-night performance on Saturday, Jan. 27 at the MAC featuring some brand-new dance material.

The pair, Sarah Adam and Matt Bovee, have been doing a two-week workshop at the Qualicum Beach School of Dance where they developed some of this new material.

Called Sequence: Any Which Way, the free performance at the McMillan Arts Centre, at 133 McMillan St. in Parksville at 7 p.m., will be a melding of contemporary dance with an “oft-comedic, theatrical twist,” according to information shared by the dancing duo.

“The performance is a short, one-night-only presentation of our newest works-in-progress,” they said.

Adam is based in Alberta, and Bovee is based in New York City.

— Submitted by Matt Bovee

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