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T.Milly Productions Presents Ayden Nguyen

Six-year-old dance superstar Ayden Nguyen goes viral in a piece choreographed by Edmonton’s Alexander Chung.

Toronto Dancers "Can't Stop the Feeling"

This fun and upbeat dance video features Toronto dancers in the “most diverse city” in the world.

HATAW Explores Filipino Folk Dance from a Canadian Perspective

HATAW performs at SummerWorks and Kultura festivals this month.

Baroque Dance at the Vancouver Bach Festival

Marie-Nathalie Lacoursière performs baroque dance at the Vancouver Bach Festival.

Dusk Dances

Artistic Director Sylvie Bouchard shares where the idea for Dusk Dances came from and what she loves most about featuring dance in community parks.

Taking Root with Fin de Fiesta Flamenco

Canadian company Fin de Fiesta Flamenco have made an international reputation for themselves with their energetic performances and skillful improvisations, and from July 29 through September 11 they will make twenty-two tour stops in Ontario and British Columbia.

Burlesque Artist Laura Desiree

Toronto-based Laura Desiree dazzles with her burlesque choreography at this year’s ninth annual Toronto Burlesque Festival.

Perpetually in Motion

Principal dancer and resident choreographer with The National Ballet of Canada, composer, creator and, again this summer, artistic director of the Festival des Arts de Saint-Sauveur – an inspired meeting point of Canadian and international dance and music – Guillaume Côté describes himself as neurotic about dance.

Ten Years of Back Alley Antics

Dance, performance art, spoken word and theatre all come together for the tenth anniversary edition of Back Alley Antics.

Tethered

Created during Dancers’ Studio West’s Dance Action Lab 2016, Catherine Hayward’s new work Tethered explores a heavy, unifying eternity.

For All People

Culture Shock Toronto bring their style and savvy to Bollywood Monster Mashup, Canada’s largest South Asian Festival.

L.A. Calling

Vancouver-based dancer Alisha Tallarico is making the plunge from her hometown to the L.A. dance scene. With a love for commercial dance, what better place is there to flock to?

The Online Dance Company Project

The latest buzz from the Portuguese dance scene, the Online Dance Company Project brings dance out of the theatre and into the palm of your hand.

The Cicada and the Ant

Québec’s Sursaut Dance Company begin their third tour of China this week with The Cicada and the Ant by Artistic and General Director Francine Châteauvert.

edifice

Edifice explores notions of solitude and urban space, similar to Craig Chamber’s photo essay Vākənt.

m/Other

Benjamin Kamino performs with his mother Gabby Kamino in m/Other at this summer’s dance showcase ps: We Are All Here.

the edges of things are ill defined

After a mentorship of Berlin-based dramaturge Gabi Beier and a residency at The Dance Centre, Vancouver-based choreographer Julianne Chapple premieres a duet at this year’s Dancing on the Edge Festival of Contemporary Dance.

Keeping Time

Everybody has a story. If you take the time to ask questions and listen, you might even uncover a piece of dance history. Here is one such gem. Meet Shirley Sommerville.

Justin Jackson Jamming

Justin Jackson of So You Think You Can Dance Canada notoriety is a nine time tap dancing champion of Canada; however, his involvement with dance extends far beyond his own achievements.

Software Teaches Itself How to Dance

“It takes ten years, usually, to make a dancer” according to Martha Graham. Although Martha never had computer technology as a pupil.

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