Dancing Lessons by Mark St. Germain is a quirky portrayal of two unacquainted neighbours desperately seeking a means by which to exist in a demanding society with their impairments.
When Ever, a geophysics professor with Asbergers syndrome, discovers that he must attend an awards ceremony. He approaches Senga, a Broadway dancer, hoping to learn how to dance. The dancer, however, is recovering from an injury that may end her dancing career.
As their relationship unfolds, the two are caught off-guard by the discoveries they make about each other and about themselves.
Director: Sarah Rodgers
Featuring: Sandra Medeiros & Andrew Coghlan
Stage Manager/Sound Design: Nico Dicecco
Choreographer: Kayla Dunbar
Set Design: Ariel Slack
Lighting Design: Sara Smith
Costumes/Props: Ella Heatley-Mulhall
Video Production: Trevor Meyer
Photography: Angelo Renai