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Conte d’amour: an experience like no other

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“Extreme experimentation . . . tremendously well performed.” – Le Monde The collaboration between the Swedish, Finnish and German artists who devised Conte d’amour produced the image of a frighteningly familiar monster – the one in the nightmarish figures of Josef Fritzl and Ariel Castro. Next week, as part of World Stage, audiences will get to experience a piece that we guarantee, …

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Circle of Bricks: a tribute to a teacher

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Rina Singha, at the age of 76, continues to dazzle as she pays tribute to her guru, Shambhu Maharaj, with Circle of Bricks — part of our NextSteps season. Artistic Director of Rina Singha Kathak Dance Organization, Rina has had an extraordinary career as a solo Kathak performer and choreographer spanning upwards of five decades. This production, which also features The Tower, a contemporary retelling of the story of Babel, runs March 20-22.

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Heading to a World Stage performance? Get there in style.

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This year, not only will Harbourfront Centre be bringing the best of the world’s international performances to Toronto with our World Stage 2014 season, but we’ll be bringing you right here to our doorstep – literally.

We’ve partnered with Uber, the app that connects you with on-demand transportation at the tap of a button, to provide special black car discount codes for new users to ride to and from your World Stage performance in style and ease.

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