Choreographer Sasha Kleinplatz talks about Chorus II, prayer-inspired movements for male dancers with live music by Radwan Ghazi Moumned.
Alberta Ballet delivers maximum glitz with Love Lies Bleeding, campy Broadway-esque musical theatre set to Elton John’s songbook.
This week on the dance scene, keep an eye out for a flamenco troupe from Spain and a local, politically charged performance.
Long-time celebrated dance and choreography veteran Margie Gillis talks about her latest piece, The Light Between, as well as how her dance practices have become refined with age.
What’s happening this week in the dance, including dance-related FIFA screenings, the double header of Danz and Toot and Isabelle Van Grimde’s Les Gestes.
Dance Dance presents T.R.A.S.H., a Dutch dance company that draws on their punk roots and dark thoughts.
New shows by Frédérick Gravel and Anne Plamondon’s RUBBERBANDance Group, a tango night at The Rialto and one-night only show by kathak and Bharatanatyam dancer Aakash Odedra.
Stéphane Gladyszewski’s intimate new dance piece connects dancer and viewer for a one-on-one show.
The debut edition of a dance film festival brings big names and notable locals together to celebrate the art form onscreen.
This week marks the 10th anniversary of the fall dance fest Quartier Danses, which aims to make contemporary dance accessible by bringing it to your hood. With local and international companies, more than 50 artists take to the stage, parks, alleys and public spaces beyond Montreal’s downtown core for the next 12 days.