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Venue: The Sandra Faire and Ivan Fecan Theatre

The Philippines Dances for Canada 150 @ York:
From folk dance to hip hop, Luzviminda: the Philippines Dances for Canada 150 is a dynamic program of dance that celebrates Filipino-Canadians and the embodiment and expression of their diasporic identities. A portmanteau, the title Luzviminda represents the three groups of islands that comprise the Philippine archipelago and the provenance of Filipino immigrants in Canada.

A highlight of the Canadian Council for Southeast Asian Studies Biennial Conference, Philippine dance companies, independent artists, choreographers, and dance researchers will mark on stage the presence of Filipinos as one of the largest visible minorities in Toronto and the fastest growing immigrant community in Canada.

Artistic Director: Patrick Alcedo
Choreographer: Flordeliza Punzalan
Guest Choreographer: Susan Cash
Technical Director: William Mackwood
Featuring: Josie de Leon, Lilac Caņa, and Paulo Alcedo
With: Breadcrumbs Crew, Culture Philippines Ontario, Fiesta Filipina, Folklorico Filipino Canada, and Kindred Culture

Box Office Information:

Tickets: $ 15.00
Students/Seniors; $10
Reserved seating.
No Refunds or Exchanges. All Sales are Final

Ticket Buyers Please Note:

The Opening Night of Luzviminda, Thursday October 26th at 7:30pm, is expected to sell out. Advance ticket purchasing is highly recommended!


The Sandra Faire & Ivan Fecan Theatre
Accolade East, York University

Your Visit to the Theatre:

Please check directions to the theatre and parking information in advance of your visit to the campus.

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Recommended Campus Entrance: Pond Road from Keele Street
Closest Parking: Student Services Parking Garage
On Campus Intersection: Ian McDonald & Fine Arts Road
Arriving by Transit: Accolade East is located on the south east corner of The Commons, Southside of the York Subway Station.