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An empty Vancouver rooftop parking lot on a bright partially cloudy day, with mountains and buildings in the background. There's a covered area at the far end, and a small enclosure in the foreground. There are three different photos of the roof, with a dancer interacting with bold yellow lines drawn on each of the photos. The top image is wide, showing the length and width of the space. A dancer in a motorized wheelchair on the far left is leaning over to the side and seems to be holding the yellow line in their hand as it wiggles and winds to the right, zig zagging up and down at increasingly steeper angles. Then the jagged line extends off the page into a jagged dotted line. A standing dancer standing on the line appears to be tumbling off the page. The next, smaller image is below, and shows a dancer in a manual wheelchair balancing on his back wheels along a bold yellow meandering line. The drawn line intersects the painted yellow line down the middle of the length of the parking lot. The third photo shows a standing dancer in a tilted arabesque, seemingly on top of a bouncing yellow line that continues off into the distance.

It’s Enough (for a rooftop)

A sharing of practice by members of All Bodies Dance Project.

Saturday June 26th and Sunday June 27th, 2021

Showings at 11:30am to 12:15pm and 1:00pm to 1:45pm

Sun Wah Centre 新華中心 – 268 Keefer Street, Chinatown, Unceded Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Territory


Registration is required at EventBrite

Please note that the showing takes place outside. In the event of heavy rain, we will cancel, and guests will be notified in advance by email.

It’s Enough (for a rooftop)is an ongoing project featuring dancers from the All Bodies Dance community. In October 2020, the dancers first convened on the rooftop of Sun Wah Centre 新華中心, a vacant parking lot, which provides space for safe and physically distanced dance practice. Through improvisational scores, writing, laughing, drawing, documentation and discussion, the project explores the complex feelings that surface when dancing together in person during a pandemic. The practice holds questions about dance-making that prioritizes community care, individual needs and accessibility. More than anything, “it’s enough” to dance together.

We are excited to invite you onto the rooftop and to share some of our practice with you.


  • Carolina Bergonzoni
  • Naomi Brand
  • Andrea Cownden
  • romham pàdraig gallacher
  • Harmanie Rose
  • Rianne Svelnis
  • Adam Grant Warren
  • danielle wensley

Instructions for attending:

  • Please meet outside the building on Keefer Street. The sharing will begin on time and unfortunately, we are not able to accommodate latecomers.
  • Maintain physical distancing and wear a mask at all times.
  • Arrive scent-free.

Accessibility information:

  • The show takes place outside, on the rooftop of the building, accessed by elevator. No more than 12 audience members at a time. Masks are mandatory at all times. Scent-free hand sanitizer will be provided at the entrance and on the rooftop. A variety of non-folding seating will be provided.
  • Unfortunately, this performance is not compatible with ASL interpretation. The event can be accessed in a non-auditory way as there is no music or verbal instructions, and context is provided in written English.
  • The building has two gender-neutral, accessible washrooms and a single stall accessible washroom.
  • For more information about the building:

It’s Enough (for a rooftop) is made possible through funding from the Canada Council for the Arts.

If you require ASL interpretation, please let us know by Monday March 15:

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All Bodies Dance Project's work takes place on the unceded, occupied and stolen lands of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations.

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