Choreographer Marie Lambin-Gagnon’s new performance installation SLOW DANCE is one half of TDT’s 51st season-opening double bill. Here is our interview with Marie!
Toronto International Ballet Theatre’s THE NUTCRACKER, choreographed by Tatiana Stepanova and featuring Bolshoi Ballet principal dancers Anastasia Stashkevich & Vyacheslav Lopatin, ushers in Christmas
HISTOIRE D’AMOUR is an homage and an exploration of love’s mysticism and mythos. The multimedia dance-theatre conceived by Sylvie Bouchard explores the history of love through 6 vignettes, each choreographed by a Canadian choreographer.
Voices³: Tanya Tagaq + Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory is at once a traditional, contemporary and futuristic performance — and a phenomenal pairing. What seems certain is a powerful, challenging and unique experience.
In Conversation with dancer-choreographer Christopher House about TDT’s 50th anniversary program, GLASS FIELDS, which re-presents his 1983 Glass Houses and 5 diverse new choreographies inspired by it
OHDC’s 2018 show SEASONS runs at Hart House Theatre March 22-24. Based at U of T, OHDC is a student-directed, “all-inclusive club” with dancers of all backgrounds, levels & styles, united by their love of dance.
I am gifted with the opportunity to ask five questions of dance legend Peggy Baker. . . what should they be? It’s not as if a dancer-choreographer of her renown needs a larger spotlight. In fact, she devotes a considerable effort to shine the spotlight on others through her mentorship, teaching, and collaborations. She has […]
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 . . […]