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Être(s) Humain(s): The most together we’ve ever been

Tomorrow through Sunday in Montreal, Tangente presents Être(s) Humain(s): The most together we’ve ever been, a work by Public Recordings featuring Ame Henderson (Toronto, Canada) and Matija Ferlin (Pula, Croatia).

Zata Omm Dance Projects seeks tech specialists

William Yong’s Zata Omm Dance Projects in Toronto is currently seeking up to three technological specialists for its one- to two-w…

Thrill the World

Numbers and videos are still pouring in, but so far it looks like approximatley 23,000 zombies from around the world simultaneously danced Michael Jackson’s Thriller this weekend in the record breaking attempt Thrill the World.

IMPACT 09: Waterloo Region's theatre festival

The Waterloo Region of Ontario hosted a ten-day festival featuring theatre, physical theatre and dance from September 24th through…

Toronto International Flamenco Festival 2009

Yesterday, the 2009 Toronto International Flamenco Festival opened its 5-day run of workshops, with a main performance event on October 24th.

Farfadet's Last Round

Last night, La Rotonde in Québec City opened Farfadet’s Last Round, featuring works by Brice Noeser (Québec) and Sharon B.

Dance Dance Revolution

Dance Dance Revolution is still booming, with a slew of clones and tournaments all around the globe.

A nightmare of bboy street

The Supernaturalz bboy crew recently represented Canada at R16 Korea - Incheon 2009.

Hip hip @ Nuit Blanche

Torontonians are finally recovered from Saturday’s Nuit Blanche where the downtown core of the city erupted into a wild variety of art installations.

Ayyam Zaman

Tomorrow at Toronto’s Isabel Bader Theatre, The Rhythm of the Nile Dance Company will present Ayyam Zaman: The Golden Era of Egyptian Belly Dance.

Compagnie Pál Frenák

Speaking of touring companies, Waterloo is about to get a taste of Compagnie Pál Frenák tomorrow and Saturday.

Hofesh Shechter Company

Last night at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, the Hofesh Shechter Company made their Canadian premiere with Uprising and In Your Rooms.

University Celebrates 100 Years of Dance

In June 2009, the University of Michigan presented “Dancing at 100: Celebrating a Century of Dance.” The five-day event included a...

Community-minded movement school opens in Toronto

Professional dance educator and scholar Ann-Marie Williams opened a new community-minded movement school in the Leslieville neigh…

MOTUS O receives $310,000 grant

MOTUS O dance theatre announced that they have been awarded a $310,000 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. Located in Stou…

In the Studio | En Studio

Janak Khendry

By Megan Andrews, David Hou

Janak Khendry is an internationally renowned classical dancer, choreographer and the artistic director of the Janak Khendry Dance Company. Photos of Janak Khendry Dance Company in rehearsal by David Hou

Canada Council welcomes back Bernard Sauvé

In July, Bernard Sauvé returned to the Dance Section at the Canada Council for the Arts as a programs officer; he was previously a…

New features on Dance Collection Danse website

This summer Dance Collection Danse (DCD) announced the launch of its new online column "Dance Historian of the Month" featuring in...

CDA executive director announces resignation

Shannon Litzenberger, executive director of the Canadian Dance Assembly (CDA), will be resigning from her position as of November …

Le Groupe Dance Lab to close

After 43 years, one of Canada's oldest dance companies will close. The board of directors of Le Groupe Dance Lab in Ottawa announc...