Allen Kaeja


Rhythms of Familiar Lovers

By Emma Doran lifeDUETs

Featuring choreography by Benjamin Kamino and Tedd Robinson, lifeDUETs for Karen and Allen Kaeja is a meditation on how the emotional polarities of a long-term partnership are, in fact, not oppositional but cut from the same cloth.

Ballet Jörgen Canada, Malgorzata Nowacka, Allen Kaeja, Robert Desrosiers, Bengt Jörgen

Ballet 360 - An Afternoon of Contemporary Dance

Performance | Spectacle

Deep River ON
January 17 janvier 2016
3:00 | 15:00
Ballet, Contemporary

Ballet Jörgen Canada, Malgorzata Nowacka, Allen Kaeja, Robert Desrosiers, Bengt Jörgen

Mixed Program

Performance | Spectacle

Cobalt ON
January 15 janvier 2016
7:30 | 19:30
Ballet, Contemporary

Contact Dance International Film Festival 2015

The Contact Dance International Film Festival returns for its second season to celebrate contact dance improvisation and features premieres of dancefilms from all over the world. Passage by Kaeja d’Dance is one of twenty-five films that will be screened over the three days.

On the Ground

Is Toronto Ready for Hip Hop Theatre?

By Deanne Kearney

What happens when you ask a group of street dancers to dance like peanut butter? While Victoria “VicVersa” Mackenzie shouts “smooth or crunchy?”, Lee “Lethal” Pham lays down and starts munching on the most amazing imaginary sandwich he has eaten in his life. Deanne Kearney reports on Open Art Surgery by Breaking Conventions in Toronto.

Kaeja d'Dance: X-ODUS

Coming up May 7 through 11 in Toronto, Kaeja d’Dance presents a double-bill show featuring Allen Kaeja’s new works X-ODUS and Karen Kaeja’s new work Crave.

In the Studio | En Studio

Kaeja d'Dance: Past Future: Kaeja d'Dance at 20 years

By Megan Andrews

Over the last twenty years, you have established your company as a force on the Canadian scene. You have also managed to maintain a family life, as a couple and as parents of two daughters.

In the Studio | En Studio

Old Men Dancing: Do Not Resuscitate | Ne pas ressusciter

By Megan Andrews, Esther Vincent

Old Men Dancing (OMD) was formed by musician and composer Michael Hermiston and emergency medical technician George Barron in 2002.

Ontario creates separate dance curriculum

The Ontario Ministry of Education has published a revised arts curriculum that acknowledges dance as a stand-alone subject in elem…