head shot of P. Megan Andrews, Founding Editor

Megan Andrews

Founding Editor & Director: Education and Special Projects

Megan Andrews, PhD, CMA, is a dance artist/scholar, educator and writer/editor, working across theory and practice in dance, somatics and performance. As a performer, Megan has worked with many independent choreographers across Canada and is currently developing a solo repertoire. She has published articles and essays in scholarly and journalistic publications and has been on faculty in the Dance Department at York University, in the Musical Theatre program at Sheridan College and in the School for Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University. Megan holds a PhD in Communication and Cultural Studies, is a Certified Laban Movement Analyst, and also certified instructor of 3D Workout™, a somatics-based conditioning practice. As the founder and founding editor of The Dance Current, Megan led and developed editorial for both print and online platforms from May 1998 through June 2011. She also served as publisher from May 1998 through December 2013, directing organizational and business strategies, and growing the company from a local, grassroots newsletter to a national, multi-platform media entity. From 2013 through 2016, she held the position of Executive Director and subsequently moved into the position of Director: Education and Special Projects. 

Megan Andrews' Work

Old Men Dancing

Do Not Resuscitate By Esther Vincent, Megan Andrews

Old Men Dancing: a group of men aged fifty or so, with no formal training, from all walks of life. They came together for the love of dance and will premiere new work in December in Peterborough.


By Megan Andrews

Activism: Dancing the Political

José Navas

S and/et Villanelle By Valerie Simmons, Megan Andrews

José Navas, choreographer and artistic director of Compagnie Flak, premieres a new solo, Villanelle, along with his 2008 ensemble piece S this month in Montréal. “Doing solos keeps my dancer’s self alive,” he says.


By Megan Andrews

Freedom of expression

Jorden Morris

In The Studio By Bruce Monk, Megan Andrews

“My inspiration for Moulin Rouge – The Ballet came from a few sources, including the art and music of that time,” says choreographer Jorden Morris.


By Megan Andrews

New season, new look

Janak Khendry

In the Studio By David Hou, Megan Andrews

GANGA, a new work by choreographer and artistic director Janak Khendry, focusses on the 4000-year history of Indian river Ganges from historical, cultural and environmental perspectives.


By Megan Andrews

Time, presence and memory


By Megan Andrews

All in the family

Follow the Impulse

moving into daily life By Megan Andrews

Contact improv practitioners comment on the way their dance practices inform their daily lives.

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