Confession Publique Asks Whether We Can Choose Not to Look

Angélique Willkie centres humanity in Mélanie Demers’s interrogating performance


Opera Atelier’s Angel Certainly Flies – But Where Does It Land?

The baroque opera company’s multidisciplinary storytelling event marks the culmination of a four-year project by composer Edwin Huizinga


Two Performances that Create, Clear and Hold Space

Getting to know your Fruit and The Grand March of the House of Siriano premiered at Fall for Dance North 2021


Double Feature Is a Testament to the Need for Truth Before Reconciliation

Citadel + Compagnie marked the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation with a touching double feature


Waterline: A Dance with the Surface of the Water Considers What Water Might Remember

In partnering with a river’s surface, the performance meditates on the vital relations between humans, water and what becomes ghostly


To Victor with Love Is an Energetic and Moving Tribute

The work honours the late Victor Kolstee, co-founder of Flamenco Rosario


Andrea Peña’s 6.58: Manifesto Examines The Body As a Site Through Which Societies Create an Oppressive System

Set in a post-industrial reality, the piece conveys a darkly dystopian universe, where dread is omnipresent and free will has faded away


MUKUTHÔ Proves That Community Can Be Built Within The Span of One Show

The performance by Casimiro Nhussi and Pulga Muchochoma, in partnership with dance Immersion, was presented in Toronto as part of Canadian Stage’s Dream in High Park from Aug. 19 through 27

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Porch View Dances’ 10th Anniversary Online Film Festival Captures Its Roaming, Inclusive Essence

This year’s performances refract notions of home through movement and community

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Mama, do we die when we sleep? Explores Wonder in a World of Responsibility

Part of the Dancing on the Edge Festival in Vancouver, Rachel Meyer’s work was inspired by the question posed by her two-year-old daughter


The Living Performance Environment in MOTHER sound / body Presents a World of Possibilities

The performers wear sensors on their wrists, which control lighting, music and projections in the performance environment

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Wanted Rides the Line Between Campy and Cool

CAMP’s swaggering cowboy comedy considers good and evil at Vancouver International Dance Festival

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Stories of Struggle and Triumph Underscore GRIT: Short Dances

Five emerging artists showcase the diversity of Asian cultures and identities


Kaija Pepper Merges Art with Life in her 2020 Memoir, Falling Into Flight


The Coming Silence Is a Wild Ride

kloetzel&co.’s self-guided tour presents a wilderness that is threatened by extinction


Propeller Dance Brings Vibrant Joy to Our Living Rooms for Earth Day 2021

Celebrating and connecting with the Earth in the virtual age of a pandemic

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The Dance Centre’s Latest Show in the Discover Dance! Series Is a Flamenco Smorgasbord

Kasandra “La China” offers a cursory introduction to the flamenco art form that leaves you wanting more


Belinda McGuire’s ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ Dancefilm Invigorates a Challenged Art Form

Order in the Eye of the Beholder is available until April 30

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Orange Is a Mesmerizing Duet on Human Connection

Deanna Peters/Mutable Subject and Less San Miguel/LessIZM’s experimental creation melds two bodies into one


KNOW the RULES, WIN the GAME Is a Clever Look at the Artist in Politics

Kunji Ikeda uses history and humour to ask what would happen if artists today were trusted advisors to government

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Aching Distances

Ali Robson’s performance response to Dancing with Tantalus in review

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Decidedly Jazz Danceworks’ Drive-In Show Is an Innovative Pandemic Performance

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‘Historians’ Is an Ode to Black Lives and Blackness Dedicated to the Spirits and Soul of Us Black Folx

Kevin Ormsby reviews the short film that won Best Social Justice Film at the Vancouver Independent Film Festival


Sweet As Sugarplum

A review of Goh Ballet’s film, The Nutcracker, Beyond the Stage: Fallen Prince