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Writers & Readers

Can digital innovation during COVID-19 be leveraged in a post-pandemic world to make dance careers more accessible? By Patricia Allison

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Writers & Readers

Kendra Guidolin shares a short fiction piece on the subject of body image. By Kendra Guidolin

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Writers & Readers

Claudia Moore’s MOonhORsE Dance Theatre presented Older & Reckless #42 in November of 2019. Amy Hull responds to the six works presented by artists Bill Coleman, Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo, Christine Friday, Elizabeth Langley, JP Longboat, Byron Chief Moon, and Lee Maracle. By Amy Hull

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Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Commissioned for the National Ballet’s sixtieth anniversary, Ratmansky’s production has since become a touring showpiece for the company, earning its place alongside more canonical versions. By Thomas Dobronyi

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Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Leap day reliably recurs once every four years, but the National Ballet’s mixed program Angels’ Atlas with Chroma & Marguerite and Armand was an even rarer temporal event in our journey around the sun. The February 29 opening of this eccentric program was an evening of stylistic whiplash never to be seen again. By Marie Trotter

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Reimagining The Possibilities

Andrew Tay named artistic director of Toronto Dance Theatre

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Writers & Readers

Sima Chowdhury speaks about her journey to recovery through dance. By Sima Chowdhury

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Online Dance Classes Accessible During COVID-19 Isolation

A roundup of online dance classes to keep you moving at home.

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Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Ratmansky’s choreography is cutting edge while keeping the classical beauty of the ballet alive. By Nicole Decsey

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Emerging Arts Critics Programme

A homecoming, a tantalizing taster and a farewell celebration highlighted The National Ballet of Canada’s triple bill, which opened at the Four Seasons Centre on February 29. By Joshua Chong

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On the Ground

Brooke Lynn Hytes, season eleven runner-up and first Canadian queen on RuPaul’s Drag Race, is sashaying back to her hometown, Toronto. She’ll be performing with Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo on March 7 and 8 at the Winter Garden Theatre. By Sean Young

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