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Bridget Cauthery

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Bridget Cauthery is a researcher, teacher and arts consultant based in Toronto. She holds a Masters degree in dance ethnography from York University where her research was nominated for a university thesis award, and she was recently awarded her doctorate from the University of Surrey, United Kingdom. Bridget is the Company Manager for Toronto Dance Theatre. 

Bridget Cauthery's Work

Making Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Troy Emery Twigg: weaving place and time

Making Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Sashar Zarif: expressing his spirit

 

Patchwork but Persistent 

By Philip Szporer, Kaija Pepper, Kate Cornell, Bridget Cauthery, Marie Claire Forté Canada Dance Festival 2004  Canada Dance Festival

It’s been a rough road for the Canada Dance Festival this year, first facing funding shortfalls, and subsequently narrowing the programming to fourteen performances, down from thirty-one two years ago. Organizers of the tenth edition, not willing to relinquish much else, splashed the slogan “Dare to turn up the heat” in riposte. 

Ground Level

By Bridget Cauthery

William Orlowski: tapping into the truth

Profile

By Bridget Cauthery

Finding Peace Within Ourselves: The Teachings of Devasigamani Gunaseelan

 

Wrestling with Memory 

By Bridget Cauthery Autobiography: Chapters One through Five Gerry Trentham

Gerry Trentham is a creator of moments. One of my all-time favourite moments in contemporary dance came courtesy of Trenthams 1998 work “Cathedral”. And so I went to “Autobiography: Chapters One through Five” expecting moments. I was not disappointed. 

Profile

By Bridget Cauthery

Zab Maboungou: an unshakeable concern for art in life

Making Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Rebecca Todd: experiments in shape-shifting

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

David Earle honoured with Jacqueline Lemieux Prize; William Forsythe resigns from Ballett Frankfurt; Requiem 9/11 – a performance for peace [Brian Macdonald]; NBoC announces plans to lease space from the COC; New Canada Council program to support dance and media; RWB announces new roster; New faces at Toronto Dance Theatre; fFIDA announces winner of Paula Citron Award [Kazuyo Hide]; Ballet Creole opens new school; Website of the Month: Victoria Dance Series: www.victoriadanceseries.com

Social Studies

By Bridget Cauthery

Building Blocks of Culture: Our Nomadic Existence Part II

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