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The movement of identity

BE SOMEBODY ELSE
 

Identity is at the heart of Isabel Mohn’s be somebody else, Montréal company Danse-Cité’s season finale.

Review

(Nevertheless …)

The first choreographic adaptation of Christian Bök’s pièce de résistance, his conceptual prose poem Eunoia (2001), as conceived by Denise Fujiwara is tremendously delightful, witty and entertaining, yet nevertheless … somehow … a letdown. By Ben Portis

News

The Kids Are All Right

The Show Choir Canada championships featured nearly thirty glee club teams from schools across North America over the April 12 - 13 weekend.

Feature

What does “risk” mean to me?

Assessing risk is a curious proposition in the arts, as it’s neither scientific nor mathematical. It’s all about choice, and how, as a presenter, producer or curator, you balance those choices. By Cathy Levy

Feature

What would a presenter do?

We asked the question to artists and presenters across the country “How could dance presenters or curators better contribute to growing/enriching the Canadian dance milieu?” Collected here is what an articulate and brave few had to say.

Gallery

Capturing Dance with Christopher Cushman

Photographer Christopher Cushman shares his favourite dance images from the stage, his studio and everyday moments in life.

Column

TDC on the Ground

Women of all ages from Montréal’s Ville-Marie borough experience contemporary dance first-hand, for the first time. By Maude Abouche

Video

TuTuMUCH

TuTuMUCH Trailer
 

TuTuMUCH is a Canadian documentary that looks into the lives of young ballet dancers auditioning for the summer training program at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School.

Column

Motion Studio

I know “March Madness” is a college basketball thing, but it’s also an apt description of the Vancouver dance community over the month just past. The volume and quality of work that Vancouver audiences have the opportunity to see is encouraging, but is it a bit much given Vancouver’s very laid-back dance-going public? By Sarah Todd

News

A Culture Factory Spreads Dance

The Regroupement québecois de la danse has become a partner of La Fabrique culturelle, a new arts media platform that collects and features videos and photographs representing all the arts.

Review

Twenty Years Proud

This year marks the twentieth anniversary of dance Immersion, an organization recognized for its steady engagement in producing, promoting and showcasing dancers and dances of the African diaspora. By Marie France Forcier

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