Benoit Lachambre’s latest work, Prismes, challenges the ways we see, experience, and express the world within and around us.
Palle Granhoj discusses how his show Dance Me to the End On/Off of Love uses the obstructive technique to capture the longing of Leonard Cohen’s music.
Something Epic This Way Comes: Akram Khan’s iTMOi gets in the head of Igor Stravinski, and the results are terrifying
Nancy Berman reviews Danse Danse’s showcase of two young Montreal modern dance companies.
Emmanuelle Lê Phan and Elon Höglund of Tentacle Tribe talk about dance, squid, fractals, and their upcoming show.
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.
Daina Ashbee talks about her world premiere Unrelated and the many forms of violence that relate to the missing and murdered indigenous women.
Quicksilver Dance’s choreographer Mariah Steele speaks about the philosophy of the group and their latest show Tempest in a Teacup.
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.