PLACE/is a city written on this body?


June 2 - 3, 2023

Ticket prices

$25 (FREE for children 10 and under)

A solo trilogy of cities of significant impact. A work of live performance and projected film.

NAPOLI brings Terracciano in duet with her dad projected on film, and is an interplay between flamenco and her parents’ Neapolitan language and hand gestures – a folk dance of language and seed.

CALGARY is steeped in her relationship with her birth city and gathers many influences from Spaghetti western films and the vast prairie sky – a ghost story of love and hate.

SEVILLA explores embroidery as an act of love for her mom and as a support for her own womanhood and sacrifices for a life in dance – a lullaby to another life.

Interpreted by Rosanna Terracciano (with her dad, Vincenzo Terracciano, on film)
Choreography by Myriam Allard (Montréal), Juan Carlos Lérida (Barcelona) and Rosanna Terracciano
Original compositions: Jonathan Parant, Chris Dadge (with guitar by David Matyas)
Production assistant, outside eye and rehearsal director: Tania Alvarado
Lighting design: David Fraser
Video camera/direction/creation: Rosanna Terracciano

Presented with the support of Calgary Arts Development and the Canada Council for the Arts.

Created and developed with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, DJD Dance Centre Creative Residency Program, Studio La Lola (Montréal) and ReLoCate (Calgary).

Excerpts and works-in-progress have been presented live and online by the National Arts Centre (Ottawa), Mile Zero Dance (Edmonton), Fluid Festival (Calgary) and Stream of Dance Festival (Regina).

Parking at DJD

The DJD Dance Centre parkade offers FREE underground parking Monday to Friday after 5PM and on Saturdays and Sundays. The parkade is free to valid ticket holders and students. Please note a code is needed to enter the parkade. (you will receive a code for the parkade 24 hours before the performance you are attending or with your class purchase). You can access the DJD parkade off Centre Street (at the back of the Kahanoff Centre).

Please note:  There is a 6 foot maximum height restriction for our underground parking.

Additional parking

Two large paid-public parking lots are located at the South and East sides of the building. Two-hour meter street parking is available on Center Street SE, between 12 and 13 Avenue SE. Two disabled parking spaces are available on the south side of the building.