Michael Greyeyes


Carrying a Collective Burden

Michael Greyeyes and Yvette Nolan’s Bearing By Emma Doran

Bearing is a dance opera co-created by Yvette Nolan, Michael Greyeyes and a cast of dancers, actors, singers and musicians, that will become a vital piece of Canadian theatre. Working with the idea that every Canadian has been in some way impacted by the disgraceful legacy of residential schools, the work is meant to encourage a collective carrying of the burden of this ugly and still present history. Bearing is a high concept work that offers a new model for catharsis via theatrical embodiment.

York Dance Ensemble, Susan Lee, Michael Greyeyes

The Birds: Pan Factory Production

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
March 20-24 mars 2016
March 20-23 @ 7:30 | 19:30


Canada Dance Festival Roundup

By Lys Stevens

In June, as festival season takes flight across Canada, the Canada Dance Festival (CDF) kicks off in Ottawa. I took on the CDF by bike, for the ease of speed when moving from one venue to another.

Michael Greyeyes

A Soldier’s Tale

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
February 6 février 2014
1:00 | 13:00

Signal Theatre, Michael Greyeyes

A Soldier's Tale

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
February 20-22 février 2014
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary, Indigenous, Dance Theatre

Michael Greyeyes

From Thine Eyes

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
September 22-24 septembre 2011
Contemporary, Indigenous

Signal Theatre takes part in carbon footprint study

Signal Theatre’s newest production, from thine eyes choreographed by Artistic Director Michael Greyeyes, is part of a…


Dancing in Solidarity, Alliance in Practice: Objectives Within Reach 

By Kevin A. Ormsby Canada Dance Festival 2009 Canada Dance Festival

The Canada Dance Festival (CDF) and the National Arts Centre were bustling once again between June 25th and 28th as the CDF hosted its annual festivities, focussing this year on “Dancing In, Through and Between Cultures towards a Space of Mutuality”.


Indigenous Dancelands 

By Melanie Florence “The Threshing Floor” Kaha:wi Dance Theatre

On the night of the worst snowstorm of the year in Montréal, I trekked through the sleet and wind to a small dance space called Tangente to see the touring performance of Indigenous Dancelands, a program of three works by aboriginal Canadians: Gaétan Gingras performing “Mémoire de sang”; Michelle Olson and Kimberly Tuson (Raven Spirit Dance) in “Songs of Shär Cho”; and Santee Smith and Michael Greyeyes (Kaha:wi Dance Theatre) in “The Threshing Floor”.

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