Summer Series 2018








about the summer series

Small Stage is finding new ways to connect dance to our city.   

In July 2018, Small Stage kicked off the Summer Series with an Urban Dance Alley Party on Robson Street for Canada Day, and continued with the Summer Series for 12 show's throughout the month of July.  During the month, we had almost 13,000 live audience members and our social media campaign captured over 990,000 total (paid and organic) impressions, 3,051 event responses, and 3,547 total (paid and organic) clicks to our website.

Small Stage had shows in Robson Square, at Bute Robson Plaza and on Granville Island at Chain and Forge. 

Each Small Stage show was a diverse collection of 5-7 minute dances, from Contemporary to Hip Hop, Bhangra to Scottish Highland, Japanese and Chinese to Tap and Flamenco, and designed to be accessible, diverse and entertaining. 



our goals

Bring together dance artists of all cultures, styles and traditions living within our community.

Hold shows in a public places making dance accessible to all ages, income groups and abilities.

Check out what Janet Smith said about the Summer Series in the Georgia Straight. 

link to article


Small Stage was honoured to be part of the 30th Anniversary Edition of Dancing on the Edge @ Chain & Forge Performance Area Granville Island.