Fabulous opener for new ballet experience in Montreal
The biggest exhibition of Chagall ever to take place in Canada is at the Fine Arts museum. Find out about it here.
Cuban ballet comes to the Montreal stage in beloved tale of Don Quixote.
Big changes at Les Grands Ballets — a new space, a new Artistic Director, and plenty of ballet to come. Find out about the 2016/17 season here.
Two choreographies get at the beastly and rutting side of human nature that aggressively rises in spring.
Interview with Karen Chen about the creation of Alegria Ballet and their upcoming performance at the Mainline.
Despite claims to award winning and dazzling performances, Jennifer says Giselle didn’t live up to its claims. Find out why she was meh on Giselle here.
Dada Masilo reinvents the classic by mixing ballet and African dance, but the challenges in this excellent show don’t stop there.
Interview with Jessica Rae about her dance career that starts with competitive dance and transforms into something else entirely.
Lily Huynh takes us on a tour of the seasonal market that raises funds for children.
Atlantic Canada’s Ballet-Theatre brings the story of Piaf to Theatre Outremont. Review here.
Stunning Russian ballet of Tolstoy novel wows our reviewer with its careful attention to mood and emotion.
Enchanting, mesmerizing, and intimate, the Little Prince translates to dance.
Review of annual ballet by a Nutcracker newbie.
A review of Paris Opera Ballet’s production of Paquita: a rarely performed work transported to Montreal from the heart of French ballet.
Charming ballet knows exactly where to break convention and allow characters to shine.
Belgian Stijn Celis’ new masterwork shows both the perils and the rewards of two stories of true love.
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.