March 23 - 24, 2024

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Our newest physical theatre work, Displaced, was initially conceptualized in 2020 as an exploration of place and home. As voluntary immigrants to Canada and travellers in our work as artists, we’ve come to understand the impact of leaving our homeland and how that affects family, language, cultural specifics and the physical landscape that defines home for us.

Alongside feelings of adventure and expanded knowledge that come with cross-cultural experiences, there are feelings of loss, a need for ‘belonging’, and a deep visceral longing for home, leaving us feeling displaced. That’s where this piece was born, as we explore the importance of human connection, our ability to integrate into new places, and the remarkable capacity of humans to form new units of support and kinship.

The performance opens with the premiere of the short film “Displaced” followed by the stage performance of the work, which marks the premiere of both.

Featuring Guest Artist Izabela Zawadzka (Poland), with 14 W&M Physical Theatre and WM2 performers.

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.