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Reel to Real

By Emma Kerson

Championing a multi-generational group in a multitude of artistic genres, Xtraordinary TO Dances (XTOD) is a ten-year dream come to life for Kaeja d’Dance’s artistic directors, Karen and Allen Kaeja.

 
Amber Borotsik, Richard Lee, Jeannie Vandekerkhove, William Yong

The Moon at Midnight

Performance | Spectacle

Winnipeg MB
October 7-8 octobre 2016
Contemporary

Steer

Continuing the company’s mandate to push the current artistic climate via innovative technological elements, Steer questions the physical as well as the intangible line between modern humans and our machines.

 

Staging Sustainability with William Yong in vox:lumen

By Brittany Duggan

Choreographer William Yong premiered his new work vox:lumen at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre Theatre from March 4 to 7, 2015. The work is powered by kinetic and renewable energy and asks: what does a show that is powered by sustainability look like?

 

Opposites Attract & A Mixed Bag

The Bennathan Series & WYSIWYG at dance: made in canada / fait au canada By Brittany Duggan dance: made in canada/fait au canada Various Artists

The Bennathan Series and WYSIWYG at dance: made in canada/fait au canada reviewed. Part 1.

William Yong

Steer

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
August 14-17 août 2013
14 and 17 @ 7:00 | 19:00 and 15 @ 9:00 | 21:00
Contemporary

Steer at d:mic/fac

Dance: made in Canada/fait au Canada opens tonight (August 14) and runs through August 17 at the Betty Oliphant Theatre in Toronto. Enjoy this teaser from William Yong’s Steer premiering as an excerpt in the Bennathan Series.

dance:made in | fait au Canada 2013

dance: made in Canada presents a full schedule of exciting new dance and greatest hits at the Betty Oliphant Theatre and other Toronto locations from August 14 to 17.

 

Heaven and Technology 

By Kathleen Smith Eight Ways from Mara William Yong, Zata Omm Dance Projects

There are probably more than eight ways to either embrace or avoid Mara, the traditional Buddhist demon of temptation and chaos. William Yong and his company Zata Omm allude to at least that many in a new full-length work about the forces that lead us off the path to enlightenment.  

Zata Omm Dance Projects seeks tech specialists

William Yong’s Zata Omm Dance Projects in Toronto is currently seeking up to three technological specialists for its one- to two-w…

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