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Older & Reckless #42 features remarkable Indigenous artists from across Canada, including Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo, Christine Friday and JP Longboat.
This workshop will centre on the physical investigation of borderlands as sites of power, gendered space, freedom and more. Part of The Borderless Citizen Project.
Harkening to the hardship and humour of life, IN ABSENTIA celebrates the unexpected beauty that blossoms in the aftermath of calamity.
WinterSong 2019 warms the hearts of family audiences with a breathtaking tapestry of seasonal dance inspired by the world’s rich solstice traditions.
A platform for over 350 dancers and live musicians, PLUS two commissioned world premieres from exciting choreographic voices, Tracy Norman and Maddie Hanson.
The Dance Ontario Awards Committee is delighted to announce that Allen & Karen Kaeja have been selected as the 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award recipients.
William Yong brings his unique approach to dancemaking to Eden Planted, reversing the fall of humanity and revisiting the garden of innocence.
In Christopher House's final year as Artistic Director at Toronto Dance Theatre, the company returns to the Fleck Dance Theatre with House Mix, a selection of classic House works.
A.I.M’s virtuoso dancers from diverse dance backgrounds create a program that is fresh and unique, poetic and highly kinetic, evocative and human. Part of TORQUE.
Propeller Dance, Canada’s foremost contemporary integrated dance company, celebrates artists of diverse bodies and minds with Flesh & Spokes by Renata Soutter and Spasticus by Liz Winkelaar.
Les corps avalés explores power relations, inequalities and social upheaval against a backdrop of resilience and hope. Part of TORQUE.
Love Chapter 2 is the aftermath of passion: the pain of loss, the mental, physical and emotional exhaustion, as well as the possibility of hope. Part of TORQUE.