Mitchell Larsen, dancer
Mitchell is a multidisciplinary performance artist with a focus on creation, particularly in the disciplines of music, theatre and dance.
He originally met Kyle Syverson and Miki Mappin in 2015 when he first started dancing with Free Flow Dance Theatre Company. The first project he worked on with Miki Mappin was Contradictions, a piece that the two of them collaborated on with Karla Kloeble throughout 2015 and 2016. He feels fortunate to have been able to dance with Kyle and Miki at many improvisational jams and contact classes. Mitchell first performed with KSAMB dance company in 2017 in their outdoor performance at Winter Shines. Since then he has been a part of a subsequent Winter Shines performance, as well as a performance at Nuit Blanche 2019.
In 2018, he was fortunate enough to also work with both Kyle and Miki on La Vióle Theatre Company’s North American debut of Santiago High Tech.
Other highlights of Mitchell’s career include opening for Alaska Thunderfuck, performing music at Saskatoon Pride Mainstage, competing in city finals for Tonight it’s Poetry Saskatoon, and being a part of The Gay Card’s multi-award-winning performances in Frigid Festival, New York, 2019.
He currently lives in Saskatoon with his husband, Benjamin Johnson, and their roommate, Scott Read.