Dancestreams will make its lone Campbell River appearance of the season this Sunday at Tidemark Theatre.

Dance troupe takes to Tidemark stage

Dancestreams to perform single Campbell River show Sunday featuring works of internationally renown choreographers

Dancestreams, Vancouver Island’s longest established youth dance company, is coming to Campbell River for one show only this Sunday at the Tidemark Theatre.

Dancers in the Company are chosen annually by audition, and for thirty years they have been coming together for six hours every Sunday from September to May, in addition to their home studio training. They come from a variety of communities and studios in order to learn in a non-competitive, professional atmosphere.

Dancestreams, sponsored by the Vancouver Island Youth Dance Theatre Association, will perform pieces by Dancestreams alumnus and now internationally acclaimed choreographer Alysa Pires; from  Dancestreams Asst. Director Julia Carr; from L.A. choreographer Benita Bike; from Raven Spirit Dance Company’s Artistic Director Michelle Olson; and from Lisa Gelley Martin, co-director of Vancouver’s 605 Collective.

Several special guest artists will also take part in the show.  The performance begins at 3 p.m., tickets ($15 plus applicable fees) are available from Tidemark Box Office, 250-287-PINK or