About Ebnflōh’s IN-WARD

How can we ever truly perceive others’ experiences without confronting our own biases? DanceWorks presents IN-WARD, a unique dance experience depicting the complex, contradictory nature of human emotions through a performance interweaving two seemingly contradictory styles of dance: hip-hop and contemporary. Created by Alexandra ‘Spicey’ Landé and Ebnflōh Dance Company, seven highly skilled dancers join their talents to confront the deep waters of the human psyche in a unique dance experience. 

IN-WARD plunges audiences into the deep waters of the human psyche portraying the overlapping of feelings and the subtle contradictions of the unconscious mind. Building the bridges between hip-hop culture and contemporary dance, IN-WARD pushes the boundaries of dance choreography to explore the depths of human relationships through raw and sharp physicality, combining the forces of dramatic tension and dark humour. Featuring a vibrant cast of dancers: Nindy Banks, Jaleesa ‘Tealead’ Coligny, Kosi Eze, Ja James ‘Jigsaw’ Britton Johnson, James-Lee ‘Kiddy’ Joseph, Céline Richard Robichon, and Elie-Anne ‘Rawsss’ Ross. 


Ebnflōh Dance Company was founded in 2015 by dancer and choreographer Alexandra ‘Spicey’ Landé from Montreal. Her mission is to create, produce, and present engaging, authentic, and original work. By putting forth a novel choreographic language that is deeply rooted in the spirit of Hip-Hop, the company presents its creations throughout Québec, Canada, and abroad.


When: Thursday, December 1 to Friday, December 2, 2022 at 8PM 

Where: Harbourfront Centre Theatre, 231 Queens Quay W., Toronto

Length: 60 Minutes

Tickets: Tickets ranging from $15–$24. Purchase tickets here


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