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Peggy Baker Dance Projects presents her body as words

Starting Sept 15, Peggy Baker Dance Projects presents their first-ever film & sound installation on the screens at Yonge-Dundas Square!

her body as words explores female identity and physicality through 9 gorgeous dance solos. Presented in partnership with Fall for Dance North Festival and OUTFRONT Media Canada as a part of ArtworxTO, the installation runs from 8PM-10PM ET on Sept 15-17 & Sept-19-30.

Learn more & watch the trailer at: https://peggybakerdance.com/her-body-as-words

Applications for the 2022 Kaeja Elevations® Certification Courses are now open!

Kaeja Elevations® is a unique approach to partnering and lifting that places participants from all experience levels on an equal playing field by using momentum, anchoring, and the architectural structure of the body. It breaks down the stereotypes of traditional partnering, allowing people of any gender to lift one another. Kaeja Elevations® is being used as the approach to flight in the Stratford Festival’s upcoming production of Wendy and Peter Pan.

Receptionist/Front Desk Assistant needed for busy Downtown Toronto Dance Studio

Sep. 07, 2021

Steps Dance Studio is looking for an efficient professional with strong administrative skills who works well both in a team environment and on their own.
Individuals must be positive, friendly and outgoing to deal with our diverse clientele. Must be a great multi-tasker as well as reliable, flexible and able to work well in a fast paced, high energy Arts environment.  Front Desk experience required. MindBody experience a definite asset.

Harbourfront Centre presents Deborah Colker Dance Company’s Dog Without Feathers

Harbourfront Centre, in partnership with Digidance, presents the Canadian digital broadcast of celebrated Brazilian choreographer Deborah Colker’s Dog Without Feathers, streaming Sept 29 – Oct. 11, 2021. Inspired by a poem by João Cabral of the same name (Cão Sem Plumas), Colker crafts a mesmerizing vision of mud-and-dust-covered dancers shown as emergent from the animal and elemental worlds, yet at the same time destructive of them. In creating the work, Colker’s 14-member company explored the beauty as well as the cultural and environmental impact of Northeast Brazil’s Capibaribe River.

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