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Haunted by Holly Small

Coming soon! Haunted by Holly Small.Trapped inside their house, a young couple find they are also caught in opposing dimensions of time and space. Unable to escape their separate realities, they haunt each other in an unending cycle. The film premieres on December 9th, 2021 at 7pm right here, on...

VIDEO: Denise Fujiwara’s Love Learn Listen

Can we be courageously open and curious, and then respond rather than react to what scares us?  Can we be aware, creative, sensible and radical, within the reality of each moment? Love Learn Listen is a dance film that romps through a part of Tkaronto, shot in a lull between pandemic waves. ...

Verkörperung – A double bill by Tracey Norman and Angela Blumberg

Verkörperung, German for 'expressing embodiment', encompasses the crux of the two dance films presented in this double bill by Tracey Norman and Angela Blumberg. Originally scheduled for a live performance at The Citadel in 2020, the pandemic required a digital adaptation of the two works, and Verkörperung will now run...

Discovering Self, Choosing Family

This article was originally posted on ffdnorth.com as part of FFDN Insights, a series of articles that dive into the creative impulses, processes and dance histories of Fall for Dance North (FFDN) festival artists, commissioned by FFDN from dance writers from across Canada. Getting to know your Fruit is the manifestation of Sara...

INTERVIEW: Sara Porter Finds Some Fresh Fruit

DanceWorks, in partnership with Fall for Dance North and The Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance, will present Getting to know your Fruit, by Sara Porter and William Yong. The performance is a double bill paired with The Grand March of the House of Siriano by Danah Rosales.Here, DanceWorks talks with...

Danah Rosales and Sara Porter

DanceWorks is delighted to co-produce a double-bill of queer work in partnership with Fall for Dance North and the Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance in Toronto. This double-bill features Toronto-based artists Danah Rosales and Sara Porter in a juxtaposition of works that finds shared ground in theatricality, spectacle and Queer identity...