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It felt unexpected and, yes, a bit strange—and that’s not a bad way to officially start summer.
Highgate’s trip into the afterlife is brilliantly twisted
The solo artist best known for works like bANGER and Goggles has outdone herself with this ambitious five-person dance-theatre spectacle.
Ballet B.C.'s Giselle is a fearless re-imagining of a classic
From the opening moments, it was clear that Ballet B.C. was not going to be presenting your everyday Giselle.
Speaking in Ligeti is one of the freshest productions to hit Vancouver this year
Joy is not an emotion commonly linked to György Ligeti.
Carte Blanche's Corps de Walk is an impressive spectacle
What it all means, however, is up for debate.
The Light Between hints at the pleasures of age
Canadian dance veteran Margie Gillis explored friendships rediscovered, the rekindling of sensuality, and a deep acceptance of the world as it is.
Kitt Johnson's DRIFT or drive accesses the subconscious
The Danish dancer-choreographer's hourlong solo takes viewers to dark, disturbing, and very gorgeous places.
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