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.
How Sad began as a bedroom project and evolved into something better. Harris Shper talks about how the dancey, upbeat band with the gloomy name got started.
Contemporary dance work Coming and Going uses light, spoken word, and movement to create an integrated performance.
Serafim and Clare follows two artists, a photographer and a dancer, who come together as lovers despite their different backgrounds in Quebec of the 1920s.
Thea d’Ora is a new burlesque character on the Montreal stage. She’s bringing that 1920s sexy back.
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…
CinéDanse and Projet Migration showcase the diversity of dance in Montreal through film and performance.
The ever-growing Bouge d’Ici festival gives emerging movement artists and dancers a chance to showcase their talents and enjoy the fruits of mentorship.
Don ye headphones, o merry gentlemen and gentleladies. The Silent Disco Squad takes its crowd of dancers to strange places.
You don’t need to be from the Balkan region to dance your bureks off at The Balkan Gypsy Party’s multicultural monthly throwdown.
The Silent Disco Squad lets participants dance to the same stream of music without saying a word.