OHDC’s show ‘Once Upon a Time’ gives dancers and choreographers a way to share unique stories, both fictional and real, in various styles.
Exclusively for Toronto audiences, Akram Khan will dance the reimagined choreography, named Toro (“the contest”), as a newly envisioned solo dance at Canadian Stage.
With Kiss & Cry, choreographer Michèle Anne De Mey and award-winning filmmaker-director Jaco Van Dormael have conceived a multimedia invention that defies description. It is a dance–performed by fingers. It is also live theatre . . .with a set of miniature landscapes created and recreated on stage. And it is also a movie . . […]
Toronto’s acclaimed contemporary Indian dance company, inDANCE premieres The Book of Sandalwood, the latest full-length work to be choreographed by Hari Krishnan, on Saturday, May 16. The Book of Sandalwood marks the company’s first Bharatanatyam composition since 2012.
Sarah Murphy-Dyson is one of the most acclaimed Canadian actors to emerge onto the theatre scene in recent years. She currently stars in a double-bill of two George F. Walker plays, Parents Night/The Bigger Issue at Toronto’s Theatre Passe Muraille.
YOU dance, the National Ballet of Canada’s educational and outreach program, provides to students in grades 4 to 6 an incomparable, fully- participatory opportunity to explore artistic expression, rhythm and creative movement through dance–for FREE.
We can’t all be so lucky as to experience Teresa the teacher in her public school classroom. But after a long absence, we have a not-to-missed opportunity on March 13 to access Teresa the dancer in “Bitter Tea.”