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Two dancers, both dressed in tight beige costumes. One holds her knee to her chest, the other is holding up two ropes that are tethered at one end to the ground
Bora Kim, Hanna Kiel

Uptown Moves

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
May 11-12 mai 2019
8:00 | 20:00

Hanna Kiel

Discover Dance with Hanna Kiel

Participatory | Participatif

Toronto ON
March 19-20 mars 2019
12:00 | 12:00

Photo by Cyllavon Tiedman(1983)
Amanda Acorn, Jasmyn Fyffe, Hanna Kiel, Tedd Robinson, Christopher House

Glass Fields

Performance | Spectacle

March 20-24 mars 2018
Tue-Sat @ 8:00 | Mardi-Samedi @ 20:00

Photo Courtesy of Presenter
Human Body Expression, Hanna Kiel, Luke Garwood, Kelly Shaw, Ryan Lee, David Norsworthy

Chasing the Path

Performance | Spectacle

March 15-17 mars 2018
Thurs-Sat @ 8 PM | Jeudi-Samedi @ 20:00

Alias Dance Project Animates Toronto's Historic Todmorden Mills / Photo courtesy of the presenter
ALIAS Dance Project, Lauren Cook, Hanna Kiel, Troy Feldman

Alias Animates Todmorden Mills

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
July 15-16 juillet 2017
July 15 @ 1:00 | 13:00 & July 16 @ 1:00 | 13:00 & 4:00 | 16:00
Contemporary, Site-Specific

Vanessa Goodman / Photo by Ben Didier
Mocean Dance, Vanessa Goodman, Yvonne Coutts, ALIAS Dance Project, Sasha Kleinplatz, Marie-Josée Chartier, Hanna Kiel, Naomi Brand

dance: made in canada / fait au canada festival

Festival | Festival

Toronto ON
August 17-20 août 2017

Luke Garwood in Outlook/Overlook by Lauren Cook and Troy Feldman of Alias Dance Project / Photo by Sam So

A Thrill in the Air

Alias Dance Project's through your eyes By Colleen Snell through your eyes

Alias Dance Project presents through your eyes, a double bill celebrating the company’s tenth anniversary. Transforming space and distorting time, through your eyes plays with perception and familiarity.

Battle, presented by TUDS, at DanceWeekend'17 : Photo courtesy of Dance Ontario.jpg

Developing and Showcasing Dance in Ontario

Two recent events in Toronto allowed the Ontario dance community to come together to support and mentor the next generation of dancers while also showcasing the diversity of the current dance scene in the province.

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