Core takes a deep dive into what many long to explore. True healing occurs when we drop into our hearts and become one with nature and creation itself.
Director Biography – Andrea Nann, Drew Berry
Andrea Nann is an award winning artist who choreographs, performs, produces and presents dance to reach across distance, to experience herself and others in celebration of possibility, diversity, connection and belonging. She believes that dance can shift attitudes and ways of being, tuning us into what makes each of us distinct, to what we share, and ultimately how we can live together in wonderment and peace. As artistic director of Dreamwalker Dance Company Andrea creates works for the stage, film, and outdoor sites. She channels her community building passion into various participatory, collaborative multi-arts experiences. Dance has taken her around the globe and she remains forever grateful.
Drew Berry is a Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist and teacher. Her mediums include dance, theatre, photography, videography, and classical piano. Drew is the resident photographer/videographer with Kaeja d’Dance and has done freelance photo/video work with Kaya Usher, Fall For Dance North, Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre, X University, and Human Body Expression to name a few. Drew was an artist in residence for the 2020/21 season at Guelph Dance where she created a short film, Portraiture. The film premiered at the 2021 Guelph Dance Festival and was featured at Hillside Homeside as well as Dance Made in Canada where it received the Moving Pictures Award. As a performer, Drew works with multiple companies and independent artists in Toronto. Most notably, Drew is a company member with Rock Bottom Movement. Their most recent stage work, hollow mountain, was awarded two Dora Mavor Moore awards for Outstanding Production and Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble. Drew is a graduate from Quinte Ballet School of Canada’s post-graduate program and holds her BFA (Honours) from the Performance Dance program at X University.