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Shadows, Portraiture, Mime and Velvet

Four works old and new at 3,2,1 Dance! By Lori Straus

3,2,1 Dance! is a contemporary dance performance of four pieces, with choreography by Robert Desrosiers, Robert Glumbek, Jasmyn Fyffe and Tedd Robinson.

Photo by Cyllavon Tiedman(1983)
 
Amanda Acorn, Jasmyn Fyffe, Hanna Kiel, Tedd Robinson, Christopher House

Glass Fields

Performance | Spectacle

ON
March 20-24 mars 2018
Tue-Sat @ 8:00 | Mardi-Samedi @ 20:00
Contemporary

Photo Courtesy of Presenter
 
Robert Desrosiers, Tedd Robinson, Yvonne Ng, Robert Glumbek, Jasmyn Fyffe

3,2,1 Dance!

Performance | Spectacle

Markham ON
February 7 février 2018
Wed @ 8:00 | Mercredi @ 20:00
Contemporary

 
Angie Cheng, Charles Quevillon, Tedd Robinson

Trust

Performance | Spectacle

Ottawa ON
February 23-25 février 2017
7:30 | 19:30
Contemporary

 
Simon Renaud, Tedd Robinson, Andrew Hartley, Emma Kerson

BLUE VALENTINE

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
February 15-18 février 2017
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

 

Final Accolades of 2016

Musical theatre graduates Jahlen Barnes and Arinea Hermans were awarded the 2016 Syd and Shirley Banks Prize, Vicki Adams Willis of Decidedly Jazz Danceworks was named an influential Alberta artist, Yvonne Ng received the Jacqueline Lemieux Prize from the Canada Council for the Arts and Mocean Dance won the 2016 Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Arts Award for Canvas 5 x 5 by Tedd Robinson.

 

Rhythms of Familiar Lovers

By Emma Doran lifeDUETs

Featuring choreography by Benjamin Kamino and Tedd Robinson, lifeDUETs for Karen and Allen Kaeja is a meditation on how the emotional polarities of a long-term partnership are, in fact, not oppositional but cut from the same cloth.

 

A Mix of Light and Shadows

Dusk Dances 2015 By Mark Mann Dusk Dances

Dance rarely draws big crowds, and when it does, people don’t usually sprint and scramble for front-row seats. But such was the case at the opening of the twenty-first annual Dusk Dances, where 600 people – and many fine dogs – rushed back and forth across Withrow Park in Toronto’s east end to catch the best possible view of all five performances in this year’s program.

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