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An evening of five short performances by exceptional disabled artists from Canada and the UK. Some dance, some spoken word, some circus, some comedy – all redefining the disabled experience through powerful art.
A day of embodied exploration along the intersections of race, Indigeneity and disability, using movement, reflexive discovery and engaged discussion.
Dance Ontario DanceWeekend’19 showcases hundreds of dancers and live musicians on a totally unique and completely captivating platform of globally inspired dance from the city’s professional companies.
The UK based Afro-Futurist performance party created by and centering queer people of colour, especially those with d/Disabilities (aka s/Super Powers).
Learn the basic elements of Vogue and work through movements with The Icon Arturo Mugler.
Poses. Turns. Strut. Stance. Attitude. The legendary Twiggy Pucci Garçon guides you towards an unforgettable, creative runway performance.
This ballroom event will be a celebration of Blackness and also serve as a transnational stage, where performers from across North America will come together and engage in dialogue.
This solo exploration of the tranformative power of crisis hails from one of Denmark's most provocative choreographers.
Blood Tides activates sacred alignments from cosmos to womb and acknowledges the magnificence of woman in all of her phases – its inter-generational performance.
dance Immersion celebrates its 25th anniversary with an exciting [resentation featuring Montreal dance company Bboyizm.
Persefony Songs riffs on images from Christopher House’s acclaimed 2001 work, Persephone’s Lunch, to inspire a new work of unabashedly sensual beauty.
World Premiere! Inspired by Christopher Dewdney’s award-winning book Acquainted with the Night, World After Dark explores our relationship with the physical and metaphorical night.