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Gradimir Pankov

10 Years at Les Grands
By Philip Szporer

Gradimir Pankov marks ten years as artistic director of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal this year. With strong connections to the European ballet scene, he has been putting a unique signature on the company.

Susanna Hood

By Megan Andrews, Jeremy Mimnagh

Choreographer Susanna Hood speaks of her new work, Shudder, a trio inspired by the work of British painter Francis Bacon and created for and with Alanna Kraaijeveld and Dan Wild.


A Scientific Experiment
By Alana Gerecke

With their joint exploration of discipline-specific approaches to research and of the possibilities and limits of cross-disciplinary co-creation, choreographer Gail Lotenberg, behavioural ecologist Dr. Mark Winston, and the other Experiments collaborators dig deeply into how science and dance function as ways of knowing.

A Live Experiment

Dance Your PhD
By Alana Gerecke



By Megan Andrews

Parallel Processes

Making Waves

By Kate Stashko

Sasha Kleinplatz and Andrew Tay are creating challenges

Emerging Views

By Kate Stashko

Roshanak Jabri, co-founder of Aya Dance Collective in Toronto

Know Your Moves


Marking Time

Margaret Dragu: “presence for days”
By Amy Bowring

Courtesy of Dance Collection Danse


Brent Lott, artistic director of Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers

Tips for Teachers

By Katharine Harris, Canada's National Ballet School

To Summer School or Not to Summer School

Healthy Dancer

By Dianne L. Woodruff

Stretching a Painful Hamstring

Check It Out

Dance Sensation! by Majesco Entertainment Company for Wii

Short Waves

By Amy Bowring, Brittany Duggan, Jaimée Horn, Cindy Brett

Arnold Spohr 1923-2010; New international dance festival in Toronto; John Ottmann brings changes to Quinte; New creation centre for Québec [Centre International de Recherche et de Création]

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Is No News Good News? Reflections on the 2010 Federal Budget

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