Surreal woodland creatures, boxing rings, and giant gramophones are just a few of the pleasures
Dancers of Damelahamid's meditative show marks the beginning of foray into rich possibilities of indigenous contemporary dance
Sharon Eyal's Bill takes the company members into bold new territory, somehow blending the animal and the automaton
The Dance Centre’s 12 Minutes Max featured four works-in-progress for the season’s final studio showing April 19.
The historic Royal Winnipeg Ballet show uses metaphorical imagery and mesmerizing music to tell its tale of the residential-school system
Brazilian troupe uses the form to both celebrate and plumb the struggle in favela life
A good three-quarters of this hour-plus show was riveting—physically, sonically, and visually.
The French choreographer shows that however clunky his wordplay might be, he has a graceful understanding of interpersonal dynamics.
Montreal's exciting Virginie Brunelle uses pointe shoes in ways you've never quite seen before
Fittingly for a show about the lack of words to measure trauma, the Kidd Pivot/Electric Company Theatre show will leave you speechless