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dance Immersion is a not-for-profit organization recognized for its steady engagement in producing, promoting and showcasing dancers and dances of the African Diaspora. The organization was founded in 1994 by Vivine Scarlett and was established to address the need for additional presentation, skill development, and networking opportunities for dance artists of African descent.

During its 23 year history, dance Immersion has experienced considerable success in connecting with artists throughout Canada and around the world, and provides opportunities for audiences and participants to experience firsthand the global language of dance, and its ability to build bridges between diverse cultures. Our programs offer a variety of activities that evoke diverse artistic expressions.

dance Immersion has established itself as a one-of-a-kind entity in Canada. It provides a nurturing and supportive environment for professional and aspiring dance artists to work and explore diverse styles and expressions. Their committed to actively seeking out, supporting and presenting the artistic product of dance to the broader community.

Ronald K Brown/EVIDENCE presented by dance Immersion

Regular: $40 / 30 Student/Senior/CADA/Arts Industry: $25 Groups 10+: $18
Two-Show Package:
Buy both dance Immersion presentations, Ronald K Brown/EVIDENCE and Movement In Time, for $60. Contact the Box Office at 416 973 4000 option 1 for details.

dance Immersion proudly celebrates 23 years of supporting, promoting and producing dancers and dances of the African Diaspora with welcoming back dynamic dance company Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE for a full evening presentation.

Founded by Ronald K. Brown in 1985 and based in Brooklyn, New York, Evidence, A Dance Company focuses on the seamless integration of traditional African dance with contemporary choreography and spoken word. Through work, Evidence provides a unique view of human struggles, tragedies, and triumphs. Brown uses movement as a way to reinforce the importance of community in African American culture and to acquaint audiences with the beauty of traditional African forms and rhythms.

Brown’s work is delightfully humane. Approachable, stylistically accessible, his movement signature invites an emotional response, a sense of ideation, as if audience members are somehow so intertwined with the dance that they themselves are up onstage. –