Irvin Chow


Carrying a Collective Burden

Michael Greyeyes and Yvette Nolan’s Bearing By Emma Doran

Bearing is a dance opera co-created by Yvette Nolan, Michael Greyeyes and a cast of dancers, actors, singers and musicians, that will become a vital piece of Canadian theatre. Working with the idea that every Canadian has been in some way impacted by the disgraceful legacy of residential schools, the work is meant to encourage a collective carrying of the burden of this ugly and still present history. Bearing is a high concept work that offers a new model for catharsis via theatrical embodiment.

Andrea Spaziani

Silver Venus

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
April 27-29 avril 2017
8:00 | 20:00

tiger princess dance projects

In Search of the Holy Chop Suey/Zhong Xin

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
November 24-26 novembre 2016


A Flock of Flyers: remix

Performance | Spectacle

Saint-Prime QC
September 30 septembre 2016
5:45 | 17:45

On the Ground

New experiences unfold at Toronto Fringe

By Megan Kimmerer

From an extremely physical piece dealing with personal revolution and life’s greatest questions, to a full-length show made up of three shorter works, each with their own unique themes and finally an autobiographical piece rich with raw emotion, dance at this year’s Toronto Fringe Festival was nothing short of entertaining.

Julia Sasso dances: SLoE

The September/October 2012 issue of The Dance Current print magazine includes an item featuring a conversation between Julia Sasso and Eve Egoyan.”Whe…

Intersection Project: Artists in Urban Spaces

This past weekend in Toronto, Priscilla Guy and Kate Nankervis set the second installation of the Intersection Project, which will continue once …