4-7-8 is an immersive dance-theatre experience created by TOES FOR DANCE Co-Founder/Co-Director, Kristen Carcone. 4-7-8 explores the complexities of anxiety and the social stigma surrounding mental health. Based on the breathing technique made popular by Dr. Andrew Weil, 4-7-8 is a five part multi-disciplinary performance of dance, visual art, live music, audio installations, and theatre. Audiences will move from room to room as a collective, experiencing the power of interpretation and connection.
Friday November 30th, 2018 - 8pm
Saturday December 1st, 2018 - 7pm & 10pm
Sunday December 2nd, 2018 - 7pm
Small Arms Inspection Building
1352 Lakeshore Road East, Mississauga, ON
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TOES FOR DANCE is proud to produce this performance, which is funded in part by the Toronto Arts Council. Special thanks to lululemon (New York, USA), Inception to Exhibition (New York, USA), Pulse Ontario Dance Conference (Toronto, Canada) and Small Arms Society/The City of Mississauga (Mississauga, Canada) for supporting the creative development of this work!
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Kristen Carcone (Concept, Director and Choreographer) is sought-after performer, teacher and choreographer from Toronto, Ontario. She graduated from the dance division of New World School of the Arts (Miami, FL) in 2011 where she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree with Highest Honors. Kristen has performed internationally in a variety of shows and festivals including: The Phish Concert at Madison Square Garden (New York, NY), Tangente’s Danses Buissonnieres (Montreal, Quebec), and The New Prague Dance Festival (Prague, Czech Republic). Kristen is a company member of Third Rail Projects and is currently performing in their immersive theater experience Then She Fell. She is also a guest artist with FROG IN HAND (Mississauga, Ontario), NVA & Guests (New York, NY) and ISODOC Dance Group (Brooklyn, NY). Kristen has been featured in The Dance Current, Dance Studio Life Magazine, and on Rogers TV "Local Notes". In 2016 Kristen was named one of the 25 Most Influential Young Choreographers to watch by Narcity Toronto. Her choreography can be seen in: Joseph Gordon Levitt’s My Favourite Things video, Cardinal's Pride music video Masterpiece and in Supa’Nova, a new play by Maria Corina Ramierez. Kristen is Co-Founder / Co-Artistic Director of TOES FOR DANCE an outreach and exchange initiative that has been featured in the Globe and Mail and houses such programs as Fresh Dance Intensive, in.the.now. and Ignite! Awards garnered include: the Florida-Canada Linkage Scholarship, Outstanding Dance Graduate, and the Frank Augustyn Scholarship.