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"12 Days of Christmas" featuring the Rockettes

Radio City Christmas Spectacular in New York City is an annual holiday tradition. The Rockettes precision dance troupe performs many different numbers during the ninety-minute production, including the show-stopping “12 Days of Christmas” – this year, featuring four Canadian dancers.

Rites

José Navas/Compagnie Flak presented a new solo, Rites, in November. As part of its creation, Navas collaborated with director Arno Faure to create an immersive 3-D viewer-driven video of the sections of Rites.

Le corps en question(s)²/The Body in Question(s)²

In a holographic whirl of live movement, installation and video, curator and choreographer Isabelle Van Grimde contemplates the status of the physical body in an increasingly virtual world.

Moi au carré | Me Squared

Sursaut Dance Company creates work for young audiences, particularly the four to twelve-year-old range, but Me squared targets a slightly older audience, addressing topics of identity, appearance and belonging – relevant to those on the brink of adolescence.

Guild Park and Gardens

Alias Dance Project takes risks with new dancefilm.

Rhythm & Motion Dance Studio Celebrates Twenty

Rhythm & Motion Dance Studio celebrates its twentieth anniversary on November 28.

FACING Home: Love & Redemption

New work by Toronto choreographer Kevin A. Ormsby is about the love and redemption of its title, meeting with the the active, deep-rooted homophobia in Jamaican/West Indian culture.

BEAUTÉ BRUTE Extrait

Montréal-based LA TRESSE collective taps into the unnatural in their work BEAUTÉ BRUTE, set to have its Toronto premiere on November 28.

Purpose

Justin Bieber’s new album comes alive with dance videos, one of which features Canadian Emma Portner.

The Big Band Tap Revue Returns

Featuring choreography by tap dancer Allison Toffan, The Big Band Tap Revue returns to the Brigantine Room at Harbourfront Centre November 28 and 29.

The Sleeping Beauty on Ice

The world’s leading performers of theatrical ice dance present a fantastical take on a classical ballet, and the results are anything but frigid.

Kilter by Davidson Jaconello

Davidson Jaconello has recently moved from dancing to creating music for dance. This piece, Kilter, was the inspiration for a recent choreographic creation by his friend and collaborator Yukichi Hattori of Alberta Ballet.

Weesageechak Begins to Dance Festival

This year’s twenty-eighth annual event includes a range of artists from across Canada and the United States to develop and showcase contemporary indigenous theatre, dance and interdisciplinary creations for stage.

2015 Creative Challenge Museum Suite

For the 2015 Creative Challenge Museum Suite, students from Canada’s National Ballet School and Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet School presented their own choreographies at Toronto museums.

Relais Papillon by Caroline St-Laurent

As part of Tangente’s Artist Caroline St-Laurent presents bodies swimming through the air.

Echo

Toronto choreographer Christopher House draws inspiration from looking back as well as from looking forward.

Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere

Canadian dancers Luc Bouchard-Boissonneault and Melina Stinson add their movement expertise to Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, a multidisciplinary work directed by Mark Lawes.

The Collective

Vancouver’s 605 Collective was commissioned by CBC to create this short video, giving viewers a look inside their highly collaborative creative process.

Stromae - Quand c'est?

This music video by Belgian artist Stromae has a Tim Burton spookiness about it.

Getting Severe

A combination of modelling, theatre and dance established in the Harlem ballroom scene, vogue could not be further from its roots in China, but these dancers make it look right at home.

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