Dance.


Cauliflower :: Storytelling 2

Me at the Vancouver Story Slam, an event that takes place once a month at the cottage bistro. Here is an experiment is combining dance with storytelling. Don’t know if I found the winning combination, but I will keep searching. The story is inspired by Kafka’s The Metamorphosis. Kafka’s story […]


Bird Dance :: CD review

The pure artist is a rare breed. If you are very very lucky you will get to meet one of those who create with purity of intention. Destiny has showered me with a deluge of good fortune, for I know, in person, several of these unique individuals. They are not […]


How I became a writer :: Flamenco Dance Story

You can read a longer written down version of the story here. This is my second foray into combining dance with storytelling. The last video focused on hand movements. This one is all about the feet. It was fun thinking up fun locations to film the walking sequences in. Which […]


Story of a Fish :: Flamenco Dance Story 3

I signed up to participate in the Vancouver Story Slam on March 8th. I took a story from my novel Graffiti Hack and worked on it to shorten it so that it would fit in the 5 minute time limit. My novel is a story that has several stories within […]


Every Dance Tells a Story

A few saw the above performance and commented that they felt I was telling a story. Glad my state of narration bleeds though. Some stories are too private. Dance is perfect for those paths where words don’t dare tread. A sentiment can be made of charmeuse wings of a butterfly. […]


Vancouver Women of Flamenco

My childhood and youth has been blessed with brilliant role models. Starting with my father, managers that I was lucky to work with at the beginning of my career and political activist whose intellectual sharpness influenced my thinking. Each one of these men demonstrated to me patterns of behavior that […]


Flash Mob in Vancouver BC

Flamenco Flash Mob on August 3rd 2013 at Trout Lake Framer’s Market, Vancouver, BC, Canada. We danced sevillanas and then danced more sevillanas and then finished with some sevillanas. It was so much fun to watch people’s reaction to the surprise. It was also fun dancing in the street – […]


Storytelling: Stage Fright 3

A story of flamenco and religion. The story starts on diner in downtown vancouver. As ihath plunges down the rabbit hole, she discovers a fantastical world of colorful dresses, garish earings and stomping feet. Alas, can she find a magic potion which will allow her to join the garden of splendor?

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ihath dances at La Zuppa Cafe 4

Here is a clip from a Flamenco performance at La Zuppa Cafe (1544 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver). If you go to La Zuppa make sure to try the paella – absolutly fantastic. I am the one dancing in the black dress.