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Matinees provide students with the experience of attending a professional contemporary dance show, followed by a lively question and answer period with dancers and choreographers. Attending a live performance offers students the opportunity to expand world perspectives and cultivates the skills to watch, analyze, and appreciate performance experiences.
Workshops allow for further enrichment as students work directly with artists and explore movement, composition, and themes presented in our matinee presentations. Workshops take place at your school, inside a dance studio, gymnasium, or even classroom and run for 60-75 minutes. Workshop prices vary, depending on location (proximity to Toronto) and duration.
In addition to Matinees and Workshops, DanceWorks’ Study Guides provide teachers with contextual information about artists and dance genres, and a variety of cross-curricular classroom activities. Our innovative Study Guides can be used in tandem with teachers’ lesson plans and are adaptable to meet students’ needs.
Here is the line-up for DanceWorks 2019/20 season. All tickets are $10-$15 per student and FREE for teachers:
Dancers of Damelahamid, Mînowin on October 18, 2019 @ 12:30pm
JDdance and Sharon B. Moore, IN ABSENTIA on Nov 22, 2019 @ 12:30pm
William Yong/Zata Omm, Eden Planted on February 6, 2020 @ 12:30pm
Propeller Dance, Flesh & Spokes / Spasticus on March 12, 2020 @ 12:30pm
Holla Jazz, Dances for Trane on April 1, 2020 @ 12:30pm
Interested in booking a Student Matinee or in-school workshop? Would like to be notified about upcoming Student Matinees? Email Catherine Romano, Education and Outreach Manager email@example.com