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"A Crazy Kind of Hope is uniquely special to me in my artistic life. I have known Andrea for almost four decades, my god!

I laugh to remember our first choreography, filled with serious youthful angst, “stalking the subway”, made 34 years ago!

Ever since then I have shared with her my fascination and practise with patterns and stories. In this piece I am able to give you an intimate window into the extraordinary story which I feel has most deeply transformed the heart of this person I love. I have been anticipating with excitement the performance of this piece in Toronto, where I feel so close ." - Sarah Chase

Yearbook photos of Sarah Chase and Andrea Nann (1983)

All of Our Dreaming is an intimate, immersive performance experience featuring dance artists Brendan Wyatt, Yuichiro Inoue, and Andrea Nann and singer-songwriter Andy Maize (Skydiggers) in works by Peggy Baker, Sarah Chase, and Andrea Nann.

The struggle to leave behind what we know and the courage it takes to make room for something new are themes that occur throughout this inspiring autobiographical dance-storytelling performance.

In a Landscape by Peggy Baker (1995) A shamanistic meditation on instinct, ritual, and transformation A Crazy Kind of Hope by Sarah Chase (2013) Toronto Premiere A heightened poetic landscape, where patterns of movement and spoken stories unfold into realms of water, flowers, surf, loss and love Dual Light: Brendan and Yuichiro by Andrea Nann (2019) World Premiere A re-visioning of Dual Light (2017) A metaphysical journey, leaning into thresholds of time, kinship, grace, and the processes of letting go ------- All of Our Dreaming is created by Andrea Nann with collaborators and contributors Sarah Chase, Brendan Wyatt, Yuichiro Inoue, Cheryl Lalonde, Andy Maize, Joshua Van Tassel, Noah Feaver, James Kendal, Naishi Wang, Elysha Poirier, A.J. Morra, Peggy Baker, and Laura Cournoyea

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