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The Myrtle Sisters

Discipline: Interdisciplinary
Homebase: Vancouver
Languages: English

The Myrtle Sisters have been singing, dancing and clowning together for over 10 years! They are, Candice Roberts, Nayana Fielkov, and Kat Single-Dain. As individuals, they work professionally in the arts both on stage and behind the scenes and also teach workshops in Swing, Tap, Contemporary Dance, and Physical Comedy. They are passionate about the fusion of “clown” with dance and music and are and are always looking for new and fun filled ways to share and engage with an audience. A Myrtle Sisters’ school tour is their secret way of discovering and recruiting new family band members! Everyone can be a part of the Myrtle Family!


Reviews

"Music, dance, acting, improvisation, and even the simple physical and social communication with peers, are things we need to expose children to throughout their life and into adulthood. I cannot think of better people to become stewards of the arts in my community." Cody Naples, Special Events Assistant, Regional Parks, East Area, Parks, Planning and Environment
"The Myrtle Sisters are undeniably talented, charming, and accessible, reaching out to a broad audience ranging from small children to our older demographic of attendees." Gillian Moranz, EastStage Artistic Director South Country Fair

Performances & Workshops

The Myrtle Sisters

Grade Suitability: K -12
Duration: 50 mins.
Capacity: 800
Tech Requirements: hard surface (tapdance), sound system
Fee Range: $945 - $1045 (Includes ArtStarts' fee. Additional fees apply for remote districts.)

Lower Mainland
$900.00
Fraser Valley & Howe Sound
$900.00
Vancouver Island Lower
$1,000.00
Vancouver Island Mid
$1,000.00
Vancouver Island North
$1,000.00
Interior
$1,000.00
North
$1,000.00
Kootenays
$1,000.00

The Myrtle sisters have just arrived from 1919 via a time machine! They sing! They tap-dance! They joke! They share the importance of listening and cooperating through original and historical music, comedy and dance. The audience is invited to try out harmony singing and some individuals are asked to join onstage as dancers and band members. Through a story of independence and togetherness, the sisters learn that they don't always have to agree, but that they are stronger when they support each other. Can the audience help them get back to the past?

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