Kaija Pepper


Kaija Pepper writes for several publications, including The Globe and Mail. The Man Next Door Dances: The Art of Peter Bingham, her third dance history book, was a finalist for the 2008 City of Vancouver Book Award. She enjoys teaching writing at SFU’s School for the Contemporary Arts. | Kaija Pepper [rédactrice invitée, rédactrice adjointe des critiques] écrit pour plusieurs publications, y compris The Globe and Mail. The Man Next Door Dances: The Art of Peter Bingham, son troisième livre d’histoire de danse, a été finaliste pour le prix du livre 2008 de la Ville de Vancouver. Elle aime bien enseigner la rédaction à la School for the Contemporary Arts de l’Université Simon Fraser. 

Kaija Pepper's Work

Peggy Baker’s “Home” Season

By Kaija Pepper

Home, a program performed by Peggy Baker and guest artists: Toronto: January 16-19, 2003

Everything Except Time

By Kaija Pepper

Sheepman Dreams by Barbara Bourget and Jay Hirabayashi for Kokoro Dance: Vancouver: March 25-30, 2003


A Cerebral Take on a Swirling Tale 

By Kaija Pepper Scheherazade John Alleyne, Ballet BC

Vancouverites had to wait until mid-November for the ballet season to open this year, when Ballet British Columbia premiered artistic director John Alleyne’s “Scheherazade”.  

Making Waves

By Kaija Pepper

Joe Laughlin’s impulse to move


By Kaija Pepper

Scotiabank Dance Centre: A Public Face for Dance

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