This documentary examines how iconoclast choreographer Yvonne Rainer's work reshaped the world of modern dance.
There is something extremely exciting about a piece that can so seamlessly meld the real with the virtual and the artistic with the technological.
The closing night of Dancing on the Edge boasted an exhilarating mix of spinning vinyl, new hip-hop-contemporary hybrids, and performers leaving the stage to clamber onto audience members.
Those of us who think of Joshua Beamish as primarily a body technician may have to recalibrate their opinions.
Research has rarely been this much fun.
Embrace Montreal artist Jacques Poulin-Denis’s fearless, authentic-feeling hybridity, and you will find moments of sheer artistry.
At least a few of these eclectic little pieces are bound to make their way into larger, more fully realized form, grapefruits, chairs, and all.
Vancouver’s 605 Collective is like a working laboratory, constantly pushing itself with new collaborations.
It is refreshing to see these kinds of risks being taken in a funding-crunched era where caution seems to rule.
French choreographic sensation Mourad Merzouki has had no trouble explaining what attracted him to the Brazilian dancers who set Vancouver on fire last night.