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Lindsay Zier-Vogel

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Lindsay Zier-Vogel* [guest writer] is a writer and arts educator. Her choreography has been performed in Ontario and BC and her writing has been featured in numerous Canadian magazines and literary publications. She holds an MA in English and creative writing and is the founding editor of Puddle Press. She is currently finishing a novel about Dora Mavor Moore. 

Lindsay Zier-Vogel's Work

Undercurrents

Wishes for the Future of Canadian Dance By Lindsay Zier-Vogel

from Karen Kain, Robin Poitras and Jay Hirabayashi

Making Waves

Wishes for the Future of Canadian Dance By Lindsay Zier-Vogel

from Susanne Chui, Dana Michel, Meagan O’Shea, Helen Husak and Julie Lebel.

Rubberbanddance Group

Between Ballet and Breaking By Lindsay Zier-Vogel

“I would listen to Romeo and Juliet by Prokofiev and hear the hip hop in it,” says ballet and break dancer Victor Quijada. He and Anne Plamondon co-direct the Montréal-based Rubberbandance Group, creating works that blur the line between ballet and breaking.

Making Waves

By Lindsay Zier-Vogel

Jessica Jone and Chengxin Wei bring a Chinese archetype to life

In the wings

By Lindsay Zier-Vogel

Natalia Jonas

Undercurrents

By Lindsay Zier-Vogel

Anik Bouvrette

Undercurrents

By Lindsay Zier-Vogel

Vancouver’s Lola MacLaughlin, Lola Dance

In the wings

By Lindsay Zier-Vogel

Sharon Curtis, Ballet Creole’s Professional Training Program

D.A. Hoskins

An Uncompromising Attitude By Lindsay Zier-Vogel

“I see myself as a visual artist who directs within the dance idiom,” says Toronto-based choreographer D.A. Hoskins. His latest work, ARTFAG, explores individuality through characterization. The title reflects Hoskin’s uncompromising attitude toward art and identity.

Making Waves

By Lindsay Zier-Vogel

Mélanie Demers defines a clear sense of self

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