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Lesandra Dodson

Lesandra Dodson, Christine Bonansea Saulut, Philippe Dandonneau, Julia Barrette-Laperrière, Noa Zuk, Ohad Fishof

Rebel Yells

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
February 20-21 février 2019
20 @ 8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

MOonhORsE Dance Theatre, Ric Brown, Lesandra Dodson, Darryl Tracy, Daniel Firth, Jane Mappin, Heidi Latsky, Sashar Zarif, Peter Chin, Evelyn Hart

Older & Reckless #40

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
November 10-11 novembre 2017
Fri-Sat @ 8:00 | Vendredi-Samedi @ 20:00
Various

 
Kaeja d'Dance, Lesandra Dodson, Connection Dance Works

IMPACTFest 2016

Festival | Festival

Moncton NB
February 16-20 février 2016
Feb. 16, 18 & 20 @ 7:30 | 19:30
Contemporary

 
Philippe Dandonneau, Lesandra Dodson, Sébastien Provencher

Series 2 - Rebel Yells

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
February 20-21 février 2016
February 20 @ 8pm, 21 @ 4pm
Contemporary

Susanne Chui in Her blameless mystery

Her blameless mystery by New Brunswick-based choreographer Lesandra Dodson for dancer Susanne Chui is inspired by the life of Emily Dickinson.

 

Edges of Life 

By Lindsay Zier-Vogel "The Countess of Main Events", "In Silence" Susie Burpee, Lesandra Dodson

In the first program of the 2004 Dancemakers Presents season, Toronto-based artists Susie Burpee and Lesandra Dodson premiered their respective new works “The Countess of Main Events” and “In Silence” from September 30th through October 2nd. Together these works created a physically powerful evening of dance that explored the intimate matters of love, loss and madness.  

 

Dance from the Heart 

By Kathleen Smith (a)round 2 Heidi Strauss, Darryl Tracey, Four Chambers Dance Projects

When words fail, dance can still tell an eloquent story. But how satisfying it is when words and movement are mixed in just the right proportions (for me, three parts dance to one part language) to present complicated ideas about personal history, emotional truth and the sad/funny foibles of the human condition.  

 

Deconstruct/Disconnect 

By Lindsay Zier-Vogel The King and Queen of Ruins, In Good Company Sasha Ivanochko, Lesandra Dodson, Shannon Cooney

Through short reviews and poetry, I have charted my experiences of DanceWorks’ double bill, The King and Queen of Ruins/In Good Company, performed at the duMaurier Theatre Centre in Toronto from March 13th-15th and featuring the work of choreographers Sasha Ivanochko, Lesandra Dodson and Shannon Cooney. 

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