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Louis Laberge-Côté

 
The Company of Angels, Sara Porter, Danielle Baskerville, Bee Pallomina, Maria Osende, Megan Matheson, Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo, Emily Kahente Diabo, Michael Caldwell, Louis Laberge-Côté, Tomer Heymann

Festival of Dance Annapolis Royal

Festival | Festival

Annapolis Royal NS
August 15-19 août 2017
15 @ 8:00 | 20:00, 16 @ 2:00 | 14:00, 17 @ 8:00 | 20:00, 18 @ 8:00 | 20:00, 19 @ 8:00 | 20:00
Various

 
Sashar Zarif Dance Theatre, Louis Laberge-Côté, Elizabeth Langley

Moving Memories - Creating Living Steps Out of Ancient Trace

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
May 8-9 mai 2015
8:00 | 20:00
Middle Eastern

 

Winners announced at Toronto's 2014 Dora Mavor Moore Awards

The thirty-fifth annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards took place June 23 at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. The dance division saw a total of thirty-four nominees in seven categories.

 

Geographies & Dimensions

The Morrison and Von Tiedemann Series at dance: made in Canada / fait au Canada By Marie France Forcier dance: made in canada/fait au canada Various Artists

The Morrison Series and Von Tiedemann Series at dance: made in Canada/fait au Canada reviewed. Part 2.

dance:made in | fait au Canada 2013

dance: made in Canada presents a full schedule of exciting new dance and greatest hits at the Betty Oliphant Theatre and other Toronto locations from August 14 to 17.

 

Peter Chin: ethno-choreographer  

By Megan Andrews “Transmission of the Invisible” Peter Chin, Tribal Crackling Wind

The inimitable Peter Chin is known for his multi-disciplinary work and particularly for his interest in Asian cultures and dance forms. The Jamaican-born, Toronto-based choreographer’s latest work, “Transmission of the Invisible”, carries this interest forward.  

 

Serious Themes, Seriously Treated 

By Kathleen Smith IN(side)time: made in Canada/fait au Canada  dance: made in Canada/fait au Canada

Made in Canada/fait au Canada is a biannual showcase of contemporary dance curated by choreographer/performer Yvonne Ng via her company princess productions. Over two weeks, the last of September and first of October, six works were presented, some new and some worthy remounts.  

A Commitment to the Future

By Kathleen Smith Toronto International Dance Festival (a fFIDA presentation) Toronto International Dance Festival

For fifteen years, the fringe Festival of Independent Dance Artists (fFIDA) has presented a mixed bag of dance over an extended period in August. Chosen by lottery and stacked into mixed programs and large-scale spectaculars, the dance viewing experience has also been a crapshoot. Some years it was mostly dross with a few buried treasures; in others, the riches made you feel hopeful for the future of dance in Canada. 

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