An interview with the contemporary dancer and choreographer about her live career retrospective.
Montreal’s Dana Michel tells us what inspired Mercurial George, coming to Festival TransAmériques in June.
We spoke to choreographer/dancer Miguel Gutierrez about Age & Beauty Part 1: Mid-Career Artist/Suicide Note or &:-/, coming to Montreal this weekend.
From Bach and breakdance to contortion and deconstructed steps, this is the dance that’s looking awesome for autumn.
Heavily inspired by the writing of Philip K. Dick, Iredea hits the stage as part of the Fringe Festival this week.
French choreographer Christian Rizzo’s D’après une histoire vraie reproduces a hazy memory of a revelatory moment in dance with a pack of casually dressed Jesus types and heavy metal drummers.
The FTA festival begins tomorrow. See our round-up of its dance highlights here.
We spoke to choreographer D.A. Hoskins about how religious repression & anger over arts funding cuts inspired the show he’s presenting this week.
Usine C brings Chris Haring and Liquid Loft’s award-winning randomized choreography Running Sushi to Montreal. Here’s why that’s rad.
When fall hits, the summer dance drought thankfully becomes a distant memory as dance spaces fling open their doors from summer hibernation. Here are some of the pickins coming up in the next few weeks to get you back into the dance scene.