Dylan Schoenmakers

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Dylan
Dylan Schoenmakers is a Toronto-based freelance writer and editor working in publishing and the arts. He is passionate about cultural industries, and his work experience includes grant writing and strategy, arts reviewing, and outreach and communications, with a focus on contemporary dance and theatre. He’s also a fledgling student in the adult ballet program at Canada’s National Ballet School.

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National Ballet’s MADDADDAM Takes an Inventive Approach to Margaret Atwood’s Dystopian Trilogy. But Is It Too Much?

The production, a world premiere choreographed by Wayne McGregor, runs until Nov 30

Review

Human Measure Is a Moving Kaleidoscope of Precious Vulnerability

Cassils’ debut dance piece features a cast of trans and non-binary dancers who interrogate existence in a society intent on denying theirs

Review

FFDN’s Signature Programme Reminds Us of the Joy of Union

This year’s mixed program included work from Dianne Montgomery, Kaleo Trinidad, Jera Wolfe and Michael Greyeyes

Review

In Tribute: Tedd Robinson 

Robinson is remembered across Canada for his generosity as an artist and a mentor

Article Feature

Ballet Jörgen Adds a Charming and Warm-Spirited Instantiation to the Anne of Green Gables Legacy

The ballet company’s adaptation of the Canadian children’s book tours the country

Review

Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios: Cabinet of Curiosities is Full of Showstopping Performances

Inside the grand marquee, time has diverged into a steampunk-inspired retro-future

Review

The National Ballet of Canada Offers Propulsive Optimism in Its Winter Mixed Programme

Review

Dena Davida Inducted as a Member of the Ordre des arts et des lettres du Québec

Davida, co-founder of Tangente in Montreal, is one of this year’s 18 recipients honoured for their contribution to the arts and letters of Quebec

News

On the Brink

Can collective action save Dancemakers, one of Canada’s most influential contemporary dance companies?

Article Feature

Dancemakers, One of Toronto’s Oldest Dance Companies, Is Closing After 46 Years

Natasha Powell is the incoming artistic producer for the final season

News

Fast Adapting

Festival Accès Asie goes online to celebrate twenty-five years

Article Column

A Glitch in Paradise

Zata Omm’s Eden Planted

Review

Humanity Adrift

Alan Lake Factori(e)’s Le cri des méduses

Review

Endless Imagination

The National Ballet of Canada’s Alice lives up to Carroll’s literary classic

Article Column