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Shadbolt Centre for the Arts 6450 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby, BC

Noxious is a choreographic investigation by Paras Terezakis that plans to examine toxicity and pollution – not just that of our planet but of our minds. Its aim is to explore how the toxicity that enters our inner self over a lifetime affects who we are, who we become and how we navigate through life, thus affecting our footprint on...


Corporeal Imago’s World Premiere of Throe

Scotiabank Dance Centre 677 Davie St., Vancouver, BC

A world premiere from Corporeal Imago, Throe aims to explore our interdependence in an inhospitable world through an intersection of aerial acrobatics, contemporary dance and visual theatre. Created by award-winning choreographers Gabrielle Martin and Jeremiah Hughes, this new work features six performers in a world of aerial ropes as they cling to what remains in the throes of survival. While Throe hopes to...

$25 – $34

Better Late Than Never: 27 year anniversary gala

Refinery Arts and Spirit Centre 609 Dufferin Ave., Saskatoon, SK

Free Flow Dance Theatre missed its 25th anniversary due to the pandemic, but is back to celebrate with an event featuring new works by Terrill Maguire, Newton Moraes and a collaboration between Danny Grossman, Eddie Kastrau and Jackie Latendresse.

$30 – $50


SFU Woodward’s Goldcorp Centre for the Arts 149 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC

DanceHouse, in partnership with SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs, presents Louise Lecavalier in her latest contemporary solo work Stations. Choreographed and performed by Lecavalier, Stations has been hailed a “kinetic marvel” (Dance International Magazine), with the aim of exploring the ebb and flow of movement and examining the memories that live in the body. The work hopes to showcase a personal...


SFU Woodward’s Goldcorp Centre for the Arts 149 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC

Louise Lecavalier continues her exploration of dance with Stations. This solo aims to propel her lifelong dance trajectory forward; traversing the ebb and flow of movement and examining the memories that live in the body. Through the stories embedded in her flesh, each movement, whether grand or subtle, hopes to reflect an attempt to articulate human experience that lies beyond words.


Serpentine by Daina Ashbee

The Rachel Browne Theatre 211 Bannatyne Ave, 2 nd floor, Winnipeg, MB

WCD is thrilled to introduce Daina Ashbee to Winnipeg audiences. An award-winning Métis/Dutch Canadian artist, Ashbee’s work has been presented to international acclaim in 15 countries and over 35 different cities.Serpentine is an installation performance, set to an original composition by Jean-Francois Blouin and features a audience experience with seating right on stage, up close and personal.Artistic Direction, Concept, Choreography...

$24 – $32

Maxine Segalowitz + Mohammadreza Akrami

ÉDIFICE WILDER - Espace danse 1435 De Bleury St., Montreal, QC

MAXINE SEGALOWITZAd-Hoc DimensionAs a queer artist who worked as a stripper for many years, Maxine sees similarities between the negotiation of power in the performer-audience relationship and the interaction between stripper and client. Several characters embody different roles within the club: “the girls” with each other, the clients and the monster of masculinity, the bouncers in the background. Ad-Hoc Dimension...

$15 – $30

Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story

SFU Woodward’s Goldcorp Centre for the Arts 149 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC

Internationally acclaimed 2b theatre company returns to Vancouver with Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story.  The show runs for a limited ten performance engagement. 2b joins forces with genre-bending Ben Caplan and Governor General’s Award-winning playwright Hannah Moscovitch to tell a true story about the refugee experience. The show aims to show how to love after being broken by the...

Free Concert Series in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre

Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts 145 Queen St W, Toronto, ON

The Free Concert Series in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre aims to provide a unique opportunity to experience diverse artistic programming including concerts, dance performances and presentations that feature emerging and established artists. All performances are free to the public. December 1, 2022: Instrumental Series: Exchanges and Collaborations December 6, 2022: Instrumental Series: Piano Panorama December 8, 2022: Instrumental Series: noondaadiwag December 13, 2022:...


The Nutcracker

Royal Theatre 805 Broughton Street, Victoria, BC

Dance Victoria presents Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet and Victoria Symphony in The Nutcracker. It's the story of a heartfelt gift from Clara’s godfather which kicks off an adventure when the Nutcracker springs to life. The story moves from a battle with the fiendish Mouse King to the opulent kingdom of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Dec. 2, 3  and 4 at...

$49.50 – $101.75

la complainte du givreLa

The Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance 304 Parliament St, Toronto, ON

Simon Renaud (amour amour)'s la complainte du givre is a creation meant to sit on the thin line of fiction, abstraction, dream and reality. Two women jump body and soul in a work which aims to explore the vulnerability of relationships across spectrums, touching upon the ghosts of what love, friendship, absence leaves us, their memories in our body, their forgotten traces...

$10 – $25


Vancouver Playhouse 600 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC

Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring, his transgressive work that almost succeeded in burning down the theatre upon its premiere, erupts once more in Sacre, a new interpretation from Australia’s Circa. The production aims to mirror circus’ raw strength and Stravinsky’s brute ceremony. Artistic Director Yaron Lifschitz hopes to give the work a razored social edge and investigate the very nature of human experience....


PuSh International Performing Arts Festival

Vancouver Vancouver

PuSh is Vancouver’s mid-winter cultural event, taking place each January/February in theatres and venues across the city. The 18-day festival presents a program that aims to be emotionally honest and politically daring, with dance, music, theatre, multimedia and circus performances. Featuring 20 original works from twelve countries, the festival line-up is dedicated to risk-taking and dynamic interdisciplinary collaboration. The 2023 PuSh Festival...


Never Twenty One

Scotiabank Dance Centre 677 Davie St., Vancouver, BC

Echoing the hashtag #Never21 coined by the Black Lives Matter movement, Never Twenty One pays tribute to the young Black men who have been victims of gun violence in New York, Rio de Janeiro and Johannesburg – and will never reach the age of 21. Three dancers – their torsos inscribed with testimonials from the victims’ families – recount the stories of...


FilmFest by Rogue Dancer: 2 Close edition

It has been a long road since that time we thought everything was alright and safe.  Politics forgetting its public service, pandemic, war, depressed teens, no touching, no smiling, trying to identify people by their eyebrows, isolating, dysfunctional bi-solating, comfy TV watching pants all the time and no live DANCE class.  As we learn how to people again and feel...

Miigis: Underwater Panther

Berkeley Street Theatre 26 Berkeley Street, Toronto, ON

Miigis: Underwater Panther draws its inspiration from a prophecy in which the Anishinaabe must move westward or perish. It is about the great migration of the Anishinaabe from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes, moving from salt to freshwater. Miigis aims to explore this journey, the mystery beings, the rise of matriarchy and the ancestral pull towards the next seven generations....

$29 – $79


Market Hall Performing Arts Centre 140 Charlotte St, Peterborough, ON

The Anishinaabe of Grassy Narrows are resilient. They are stitching their fractured landscapes back together from the impact of mercury poisoning. Using dance, movement, sound and storytelling, the Dora-award winning Waawaate Fobister aims to embody Omaagomaan, a two-spirit being and a manifestation of the earth and man-made poisons that have seeped into the earth’s crust. A fierce shape-shifter inspired by...

$5 – $25

The Magic of Assembly

Winchester Street Theatre 80 Winchester Street, Toronto, ON

Toronto Dance Theatre is thrilled to announce a new collaborative production from street dance artist Ashley Colours Perez and Toronto-based protest electronic music duo LAL, working in collaboration with TDT Artistic Director Andrew Tay. Bringing together three distinct artistic points of view and aesthetics, The Magic of Assembly is on stage at the Winchester Street Theatre February 2 – 4 and 9 – 11, 2023.

$10 – $45

Cabaret Noir

Berkeley Street Theatre 26 Berkeley Street, Toronto, ON

The cast of Cabaret Noir aims to use movement, dialogue and music to reconstruct emblematic scenes from popular culture in a work that hopes to be both a celebration and resistance of concepts of "Blackness". The purpose is for the artists to play with clichés, folklore and prejudices, summoning the words of Frantz Fanon, Nina Simone, Dany Laferrière and Spike Lee to...

$29 – $79

Looking Glass by Idan Cohen

The Rachel Browne Theatre 211 Bannatyne Ave, 2 nd floor, Winnipeg, MB

Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers is thrilled to commission Idan Cohen to create a new work for WCD. An Israeli choreographer from Kibbutz Mizra, Israel, Cohen was selected by a panel as a Guest Artist in Residence during COVID-19. Looking Glass features music by Phillip Glass, an ensemble of Winnipeg-based dancers, lighting by Hugh Conacher and piano études performed live. Dancers: Carol-Ann...

$20 – $32

Matriarchs Uprising

Scotiabank Dance Centre 677 Davie St., Vancouver, BC

The 5th edition of Matriarchs Uprising Festival, curated by Olivia C. Davies, features a program of new works by Indigenous women artists who aim to be both nurturing and advancing the art of contemporary dance. The week includes live performances, VR screenings, masterclasses, community workshops, conversations and a film series.

Sex Dalmatian

Market Hall Performing Arts Centre 140 Charlotte St, Peterborough, ON

Sex Dalmatian is an evening-length dance theatre glam drama. It follows a fiercely careerist anthropomorphized talking dog named Sex Dalmatian. Created by the award winning, critically acclaimed Toronto-based absurdist dance company Rock Bottom Movement, the show aims to centre a feminist perspective and a playful tone. Sex Dalmatian tries to place heavy feelings into bizarre containers and shine a humorous...

$5 – $25


Mile Zero Dance 9931- 78 Avenue, Edmonton, AB

New group dance work by Jen Mesch in collaboration with aAron Munson (projections).

$20 – $25


Royal Theatre 805 Broughton Street, Victoria, BC

A ballet about Mozart, his inspirations, his demons and his music that aims to be both passionate and poignant. Unique in musical history, Mozart wrote over 800 works, spanning virtually every genre of his time. Destrooper’s music selections include rock and hip-hop interpretation of Amadeus’ works, hoping to reflect the innovation and timelessness of Mozart’s work and more.