Interview with Karen Chen about the creation of Alegria Ballet and their upcoming performance at the Mainline.
Montreal’s up and coming choreographers work with mentors to present short but powerful works at the Bouge d’Ici.
Dance piece reflects on how the dancer continues while the body ages.
Charming Japanese ballet of popular folktale now playing at Place des Arts.
POP Montreal welcomes two not-miss dance pieces at Monument National that you can even hit up with your pass.
Helen Simard explains why she’s remounting her piece with a rock band.
Nancy Berman reviews Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s Milonga, a modern take on the eternally sexy tango.
Nancy interviews Louise Lecavalier about her new work So Blue, and what it’s like to constantly push the limits of the body.
Review of latest circus at Tohu by Australian troupe featuring choreography to work of Shostakovich.
Something Epic This Way Comes: Akram Khan’s iTMOi gets in the head of Igor Stravinski, and the results are terrifying
Nancy Berman talks to Sasha Kleinplatz of Wants&Needs Danse about site-specific choreography and their upcoming production of Chorus II at Cinquième Salle.
Nancy Berman reviews the world premiere of Soif, Ginette Laurin’s new work for O Vertigo, a piece that looks at the instincts and drives of man’s animal nature.
Exciting performance by the National Circus School based on the film Pan’s Labyrinth
Dancer Eva Kolarova talks to Nancy Berman about working with composer Reiko Yamada and film director Luciana Markos to create her new work Cycles.
Intimate retrospective traces Gillis’ path through 40 years of dance.
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.
Growing up in the hometown of Shania Twain is hard enough. Now add to that being the new kid at school and having a glass eye…