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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...

VIDEO: Nina Milanovski’s How did we get here?

A DanceWorks’ CoWorks presentation by Nina Milanovski! How did we get here? is an interactive, digital collection of dance films that questions how we change when we enter new and unfamiliar landscapes. Place yourself in the driver’s seat and choose your own adventure through a series of short dance films.From choreographer Nina...

VIDEO: DanceWorks Moving Online presents Summer Reel

Summer Reel is only available to watch until September 8, 2021. DanceWorks Moving Online presents Summer Reel, a compilation of short dance films that were created and performed by Canadian dance artists, beginning in January, 2020. DanceWorks Curator, Mimi Beck, shares: "These works emerged during different periods of the COVID-19...

Nina Milanovski’s How did we get here?

Coming soon! A DanceWorks' CoWorks presentation by Nina Milanovski! How did we get here? is an interactive, digital collection of dance films that questions how we change when we enter new and unfamiliar landscapes. Place yourself in the driver’s seat and choose your own adventure through a series of short dance...

Esie Mensah’s film TESSEL

Mark your calendar! DanceWorks is proud to support and co-present TESSEL on June 1! A national initiative conceptualized by Dora-nominated choreographer and creator Esie Mensah (Shades, A Revolution of Love), TESSEL explores the complexities of movement and voice as a form of resilience – and to achieve truth and honesty in sharing...