Sunday, June 24, 2018

National Ballet of Canada named Best Company of the Year by French critics’ association

The National Ballet of Canada has received a prestigious award in France thanks to its 2017 tour to Paris.

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL ENTERTAINMENT GROUP TO LAUNCH FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT CENTRES

Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group announced today it is adding family entertainment centres to its portfolio of creative projects. Ivanhoé Cambridge to welcome first centre in Canada in 2019

FALL FOR DANCE NORTH EXPANDS TO SIX PERFORMANCES AND TWO VENUES FOR 2018

Fall for Dance North is drawing from as far afield as Cuba, South Africa and the Netherlands for its fourth annual festival but will also feature work from homegrown companies, including the National Ballet of Canada and Toronto’s Red Sky Performance.

CANADA’S ULTIMATE LATIN-THEMED DANCE PARTY BRINGS THE HEAT TO TORONTO STREETS THIS JULY!

Award-winning TD Salsa in Toronto Festival announces its July 2018 month-long lineup featuring the FREE TD Salsa on St. Clair - Sat. July 7th & Sun. July 8th

The power of pole: B.C. woman finds her passion in pole dancing

'Everyone is very encouraging and it’s about women’s empowerment,' says Glenny Davison

Translating film to the stage is a delicate dance for Robert Lepage and Guillaume...

Enter a hypnotic world of movement and light in this entrancing film that harnesses the power of cinema to trace the movements of ballet.

High-tech production Frame by Frame lights up National Ballet

New piece from Robert Lepage pays homage to animation pioneer Norman McLaren

Deadpool costume ‘felt like a nightmare,’ says dancer Yanis Marshall

With a hip-swaying strut, graceful turns and extreme leg lifts, Yanis Marshall makes it look easy to dance in a Deadpool costume and heels.

Vancouver’s Arts Umbrella Receives $7-Million Federal Investment for Its New Arts Building

The Government of Canada is providing Arts Umbrella with $7 million through the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund, the largest single investment in British Columbia in the history of the program

Toronto Dance Theatre celebrates 50 years

Modern dance company founded in 1968 by Patricia Beatty, David Earle and Peter Randazzo still thriving under artistic director Christopher House.

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