“I look back one more time. It’s like a crater, a hole where something happened.”

Emma Donoghue

A new choreographic work by Jen Mesch, Go Where Light Is debuts at Mile Zero Dance March 16-18, 7:30 pm. Buy tickets here.

Music by Evidence (Stephan Moore and Scott Smallwood)

Dance performed by Giovanni Young, Raena Waddell, Deanne Underwood, Jason Romero, Philip Kloc, Alida Kendell, Alison Kause, Bridget Jessome and Kathleen Hughes

Live video projections by aAron Munson, set design by aAron Munson with Larry Kelly

The evening will feature a second set by Evidence performing live with dance by Jen Mesch, Gerry Morita, Stacey Murchison and Nancy Sandercock and projections by aAron Munson.

April 19, 2020 – postponed due to Covid-19

Jen Mesch Dance Conspiracy has been invited to join in the Howard Bashaw retrospective, honouring recently retired and esteemed composer Howard Bashaw. The piece will feature the original cast, dancers Alison Kause, Jen Mesch, and Jeannie Vanderkerkhove, and piano performed by the great Roger Admiral. Bashaw’s incredibly energetic, Boogie Demon – Let’s Go! was requested by Bashaw to close out the show. Howard Bashaw is a national treasure, and we’re thrilled to be part of this.

April 29, 2020 – postponed due to COVID-19

Three-minute dance works will be performed for International Dance day at Chez Pierre. Produced by Mile Zero Dance, Jen Mesch performs a segment from Catherine Owen’s work, Franchesca Woodman – Some Questions

March 6, 2020

Jen Mesch performs with Gerry Morita for Mile Zero Dance in Merce’s Ashes prior to this showing co-produced with Metro Cinema.

October 2019

Eight Bridget Studies by Jen Mesch featuring dancer Bridget Jessome and sound by Jessome and Scott Smallwood gets a screening in Oaxaca City, Mexico. October 2019

August 22-24, 2019

Eight Bridget Studies will be screened at FAVA Fest 2019 on August 22 in their new space at Orange Hub. Join us for the festival and for FAVA Gala on August 24!