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When Representation (Almost) Becomes the Norm

Contemporaneity 2.0 at Progress Festival By Molly Johnson

Contemporaneity 2.0 is a curating and presenting series with an aim of “unsettling the widespread use of ‘contemporary’ as describing European and white American theatrical dance.” The series opened with Gitanjali Kolanad’s Gandhari. Using Gandhari, a mythological character from the Mahabharata and the martial art form of kalaripayatuu as dual channels of influence and expression, the work is an examination of loss and its effects on the body.

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Symposium on the Potential of Repertoire in Contemporary Dance Practice

Talk | Conférence

Toronto ON
January 15 janvier 2017
All

If I Should Stumble

Site-specific work by Toronto’s Jenn Goodwin explores the beauty and tragedy of day-to-day life.

 
Anandam Dancetheatre

Seismology

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
December 18-19 décembre 2015
7:30 | 19:30
Contemporary

 
Anandam Dancetheatre

New Work

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
November 19-21 novembre 2015
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

 
Anandam Dancetheatre, Theatre Passe Muraille

Body Brake 3.0

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
December 5 décembre 2014
10:30 | 22:30
Various

IN absentia

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
November 20-22 novembre 2013
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

The Chimera Project: I'm Right Behind You

The Chimera Project is in a flurry of activity in Toronto, first through its support of Fresh Blood (March 16th and 17th), which features works b…

Anandam Dancetheatre: Dances for Staircases and Air

Another video was recently released by Anandam Dancetheatre in an ongoing documentation of the creation process behind The Precipice Project. T…

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