Montreal’s annual graffiti festival combines murals, skateboarding, djs, and breakdance. Here’s our photojournal of August 9.
Rachel Levine reviews Story Whore, Iredea, Jem Rolls One Man Traffic Jam, Brighella, and My Big Fat German Puppet Show.
Quicksilver Dance’s choreographer Mariah Steele speaks about the philosophy of the group and their latest show Tempest in a Teacup.
A man with a leg for a dick, ladies reading Greek poetry, dancers imitating a washing machine, and a cat with a backpack of toast on it. Must be the Fringe.
The Houston Ballet brings the decadence and lavish life of French royalty to Place des Arts.
Rodin/Claudel transforms traditional ballet with this sculptural, choreographed piece about the tense relationship between two sculptors.
Intimate retrospective traces Gillis’ path through 40 years of dance.
Part of the Spectacular China event at Place des Arts, the Leshan Song and Dance Troupe use dance to express their feelings of loss, grief, anger, and fear following an earthquake.
Light, movement, spoken word, and water all combine to create this dynamic piece featuring five dancers. Oksana Lysenko captured this rehearsal.
Contemporary dance work Coming and Going uses light, spoken word, and movement to create an integrated performance.
China showcases its artists and performing groups in a series of events that bring music, dance, song, and acrobatics to Place Des Arts this February.
CinéDanse and Projet Migration showcase the diversity of dance in Montreal through film and performance.