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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.

Sharon B. Moore: Fantasies and Other Poisons

A newly proposed dance project was recently added to the global fundraising platform Indiegogo. Emerging dance artists Emma Kerson, Jane Alison McKinne…

Four at the Winch Quebec: Estelle Clareton

Wrapping up this weekend in Toronto, Four at the Winch Quebec features Montréal-based choreographers Estelle Clareton, Lina Cruz, Deborah Dunn and…

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