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Dance on Broadway: Nintendo Wii

Another new dance game is on the shelves by Ubisoft, the makers of Just Dance.

So You Think You Can Dance Canada: Season 3

It’s coming.

Peter Quanz: National Choreographers Initiative

Leading up to an exciting performance of new experimental ballets, Canada’s own Peter Quanz is working away with a fresh batch of dancers in southern California at the National Choreographers Initiative.

Country Hip Hop: A Dance Craze

Perhaps you missed this American/Canadian craze, but Diane Horner is back making her rounds of YouTube, thanks to FourFour for digging up this video.

Claire French: Inside Outside In

In the Summer Annual 2010 issue of The Dance Current print magazine, we are taken through a year of dance in review.

Xbox 360: Kinect

The Xbox 360 is stepping up to the plate with great new gaming technology for dance games.

Mascall Dance: Homewerk

Today in Vancouver, Mascall Dance is performing Homewerk for The Dance Centre’s Discover Dance! series.

on the MOVE: Toronto

The Dancer Transition Resource Centre (DTRC) recently wrapped up their 2009/10 Canadian tour of on the MOVE conferences, which reached approximately 600 emerging dance artists in nine cities across Canada: Vancouver, Surrey, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Montréal and Halifax.

Everyday Moves: Prison Reformer Broadcasts Dance

The April 2010 issue of The Dance Current print magazine includes an article in the series Everyday Moves highlighting a popular YouTube video of the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center.

Aszure Barton: Busk

The Edmonton-born, New York-based artist Aszure Barton has been on a busy spring tour with her works Busk and Blue Soup, hitting Germany, Austria, Russia, United States and Canada.

New Wii Game: Dance Sensation!

This April, Majesco Entertainment is releasing Dance Sensation!, a new Nintendo Wii game.

Blue Print for Life: Social Work Through Hiphop

Up until March 7th, Blue Print for Life is running a week long “Social Work Through Hiphop” program up in the Nunavik community of Kangirsuk.

Melissa Williams: Extreme Dreams, Extreme Dance

The February 2010 issue of The Dance Current print magazine includes a feature on Canadian-born dancer and choreographer Melissa Williams.

Remembering Rex Nettleford: An Influencial Legacy

The recent passing of Jamaican American professor Rex Nettleford (1933-2010) has stirred many sentiments and respects for his life, work and legacy.

Social Dancing: Dr. Dance

The Dec/Jan 09/10 issue of The Dance Current print magazine, features an article on social dancing by Kristin Harris Walsh, highlighting the various practices and reasons we Canadians are drawn to these fun community activities.

Just Dance

It’s been almost two months since the release of Just Dance, the music video game for the Nintendo Wii.

Make Me

Not a month after Nico got the call by choreographer Gil Duldulao, he is now featured in Janet Jackson’s new hit video Make Me.

Anonymous: Party Hard

Here’s to a protest group that channels their activism through “partying hard.

The Canadian Stomp

Here’s a nice clear video of the Canadian Stomp, a popular line dance that is often cited as being from an unknown choreographer.

Le Dortoir

Given the popularity of remixing one’s own music videos on YouTube, we weren’t all that surprised that Pet Shop Boys had a few.

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