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Christmas Cinema Classics

Charlie Brown Christmas Dance
 

During undergrad at McGill, my roommate and I would impersonate the dance done by the twins, 3 and 4. It was a (albeit weird) way to alleviate stress due to finals and papers in the lead up to Christmas holiday.

News

Les Prix de la danse de Montréal 2014

Carol Prieur, Benoît Lachambre and Meg Stuart awarded Les Prix de la danse de Montréal.

Review

Threshold

East Vancouver’s EDAM Dance premiered the six-show run of Threshold – the first in its choreographic series for the 2014-2015 season – with a sold-out evening at their intimate studios. By Pia Lo

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360 Dance

The biennial CINARS (Conférence internationale des arts de la scène) is an intense meeting of minds and a don’t-miss event of magnitude. Numbers speak for themselves: this year, for its sixteenth edition, over 1500 participants (presenters, producers, agents, artists) from across the country and around the world converged on Montréal for what many consider one of the most stimulating and inspiring performing arts markets around, a place in which they could build their business. By Philip Szporer

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What's In Your Dancebag?

“One kneepad. I can never find two and I always seem to only need one,” says Moe Brody, Co-Owner of Harbour Dance Centre, of the things that make up her dancebag.

Review

Dancers Dwelling

Cohorts in the Vancouver dance scene, Anne Cooper, Ziyian Kwan and Ron Stewart have known and worked with each other for thirty years. But creating a concert together, things near & far at the Firehall Arts Centre, was a first. Choreographers Josh Martin and Tedd Robinson brought Dwelling, the title of both pieces, to fruition. By Andrea Rabinovitch

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TDC on the Ground

Waking up in the morning, I sometimes feel like a pilot doing his pre-flight checklist. Today, the first thing I check is my neck. Somehow, I sprained it a couple days ago and it’s been in pretty rough shape since.

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Suites curieuses

Cas Public Artistic Director Hélène Blackburn premieres Suites curieuses, a new quartet inspired by the fairytale Little Red Riding Hood.

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Tedd Robinson Celebrated

On November 5, the Canada Council for the Arts announced that dancer, choreographer and educator Tedd Robinson had won the 2014 Walter Carsen Prize for Excellence in the Performing Arts.

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