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Côté says goodbye to the title role in Alexei Ratmansky’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ but not to the National Ballet or to dance.
Pierre Perreault’s almost forgotten landmark of Canadian choreography restored to its original 1986 form
For this summer’s National Ballet opener, famed choreographers got together to make the project even stronger than it’s much-lauded 2018 debut
Mostly amateur performers willing to stand on their heads for as long as they can will create a forestlike landscape growing out of rock-hard concrete.
“We’re doing this program because they are all talented artists and perhaps have not been recognized as much as they should have,” says Bengt Jörgen.
In “L-E-A-K,” Porter explores ecosexuality, the theory of horizons, swimming safety and homosexuality among seagulls. And did we mention the game-show episode?
Masilo’s ‘The Sacrifice,’ inspired by Stravinsky’s original, is a universal statement about ritual in our lives, and the connection of healing and grief.
‘The choreography is a richly textured blend of gesture and bodily movements that seem to come from some deep inner energy source’
Handel’s “magnificently dramatic” work will be at Toronto’s Koerner Hall 315 years after it made its debut in Rome.
As Cinderella, Genevieve Penn Nabity has grace and technique to spare, writes Michael Crabb. Following leads in “Swan Lake” and “The Nutcracker” she is no longer a star in the making…
David Dawson and Rena Butler are new to National Ballet audiences.
‘It was always our intention to create a piece that would help wake people up to the epidemic that is intimate partner and gender-based violence ... the advocacy is extremely important to …
“Survivor” was made in 1986 response to Nelson Mandela’s imprisonment, but it’s a “universal statement about injustice.”
‘Turn the dial to the maximum 15 revolutions per minute and it’s all they can do to stop getting flung off’
‘A global event like this, dedicated to Black artists offers encouragement. Just fight hard and put your work out there.’
The dance work, a collaboration with Canadian Stage, refers to the sea-snail shells that played a guiding role in the great migration over many centuries of Indigenous peoples.
Tchaikovsky’s classic ballet is back with many changes — all of them good.
Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre’s annual WinterSong performance features the lore and traditions around the winter solstice.
Wayne McGregor’s adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s postapocalyptic “MaddAddam Trilogy” is at times overwhelming but also an undeniably thrilling experience.
Moraes’ company celebrates its 25th anniversary with a show on the Harbourfront stage where his Toronto dance career began.
Three works — ‘Crepuscular,’ ‘The Collective Agreement,’ and ‘Concerto,’ achieve varying levels of success
Husband-and-wife co-founders Allen and Karen Kaeja explore the concepts of touch and of identity and memory in double bill.
National Ballet of Canada artistic director Hope Muir brings King’s “The Collective Agreement” to the stage and revives a long neglected Kenneth MacMillan work.
After a new version of the popular “Older & Reckless,” Moore is ceding MOonhORsE Dance to other, unidentified hands and moving west to be with her children and grandchildren.
Shechter has paired the violent “Clowns” with the gentler “The Fix” on a world tour that stops at Toronto’s Harbourfront.
Bausch would almost certainly have been delighted by what the foundation dedicated to preserving her artistic legacy, in partnership with Senegal’s internationally renowned African contemp…
There’s so much of water, not just during the title song — cue iconic umbrella and lamppost — but also in the grand finale that patrons in the front rows are likely to get wet.
Indigenous Liberation, Decidedly Jazz Danceworks and the National Ballet all part of celebration continuing to Oct. 8.
The dance-drama hybrid at the Theatre Centre, the final work of Peggy Baker Dance Projects, honours the avant-garde performances at 15 Dance Lab.
The cast of 22 women represents more 30 forms of dance, including Bharatanatyam, jazz, hip hop, tap, modern and classical ballet.