Marissa Trarback, originally from a small town in Northern Alberta, moved to Toronto four years ago in pursuit of higher education at York University. A published short-story writer in four Canadian anthologies, she spends her spare time writing, reading and taking advantage of the Toronto dance scene. Currently a double major at York University in both dance and creative writing, Marissa has been dancing, in a variety of styles and genres, for over 15 years, and she has been writing for even longer.
Before a single dancer appears on stage opening night at The National Ballet of Canada’s production of Giselle, a medley of magic and madness already fills the air.Posted June 21, 2016
In the midst of The National Ballet of Canada’s beautifully rendered performance of La Sylphide at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, one might just wonder: where is Effie?Posted March 9, 2016