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Emerging Arts Critics Programme

A Flash Into the Rabbit Hole

By Brannavy Jeyasundaram

In Chistopher Wheeldon’s version of Carroll’s classic tale, Alice is mature and compelled by love, offering intention to her journey.

Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Endless Imagination

By Dylan Schoenmakers

The most notable thing about The National Ballet of Canada’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is the number of things worth noting.

Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Beautiful Choices in Ratmansky and Côté

By Naya Valdellon

When the curtain lifts on The National Ballet of Canada’s Ratmansky & Côté, the theatre lights remain on.

Emerging Arts Critics Programme

It’s a Mad and Wonderful World: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

By Naya Valdellon

Carroll’s madcap logic and playfulness survives – and thrives! – in The National Ballet of Canada’s delightful Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, which had its Toronto premiere in 2011.

The National Ballet of Canada: Romeo and Juliet

Heading to Ottawa January 31st through February 2nd, The National Ballet of Canada (NBoC) will perform Romeo and Juliet at the National Arts Cen…

Roxana: Dance Film by Moze Mossanen

Bravo!FACT recently released excerpts of the 2007 dance film Roxana, written and directed by Moze Mossanen. The work is touted as a film adaptat…

Danielle Suppa: Taking Lessons from Greta Hodgkinson

Fashion Magazine recently followed designer Danielle Suppa along one of her lines of inspiration: ballet. The magazine’s website notes the works of va…