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All of our Dreaming

All of our Dreaming

April 9 - 13, 2019 at 8pm

April 13, 2019 at 4pm (relaxed performance)

383 Jarvis Street

Grace Centre for the Arts

Featuring performers: Brendan Wyatt, Yuichiro Inoue, Andrea Nann and Andy Maize

Choreographers: Sarah Chase, Peggy Baker and Andrea Nann

With collaborators / contributors: Joshua Van Tassel, Cheryl Lalonde, James Kendal, Noah Feaver, AJ Morra, Elysha Poirier and Laura Cournoyea

Tickets: $30 / $22

Eifman Ballet: Tchaikovsky. PRO et CONTRA

Show One Productions and TO Live (formerly Civic Theatre’s Toronto) present the renowned Eifman Ballet in the Canadian premiere of Tchaikovsky. PRO et CONTRA running May 9 – 11, 2019 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. The heart-rending choreographic love letter to the illustrious Russian composer brims with Artistic Director Boris Eifman’s signature sublime theatricality and psychological ballet.

Kodo presents One Earth Tour: Evolution — March 21, 2019

Japan’s internationally acclaimed drumming sensation Kodo presents One Earth Tour: Evolution on stage March 21, 2019 at 8pm at the Sony Centre for Performing Arts. Directed by legendary Kabuki performer and Kodo Artistic Director Tamasaburo Bando, One Earth Tour: Evolution marks the 35th anniversary of the renowned drumming ensemble, and the final production with Bando at the helm.


Flowchart: An evening of converging practices and collaboration.

Featuring Nikola Steer; Oliver Husain & Anni Spadafora; and Jasmyn Fyffe & Alicia Nauta

$15 for Arts Workers/Underwaged; $20 for the General Public. On sale on-line, with no service charges, until 3 pm the day of performance and then at the Door - box office opens at 7:15 pm

Cash bar!

Opera Atelier: The Angel Speaks — February 21, 2019

Opera Atelier is delighted to present a vibrant blend of baroque and contemporary music and dance in The Angel Speaks, February 21, 2019 at 8pm in the Samuel Hall Currelly Gallery at the Royal Ontario Museum. This groundbreaking, one-hour concert effortlessly marries masterpieces of the baroque repertoire with the Canadian premiere of Annunciation, a new commision by Toronto-based composer and violinist Edwin Huizinga.

Toronto Premiere of Choreographer Mélanie Demer’s Animal Triste Explores the Dark Corners of the Human Condition

Called a “pivotal work” by Le Devoir, Mayday’s Animal Tristeis a study of nature and posture of humanity – poor and perishable one day, free and triumphant the next. Canadian choreographer Mélanie Demers brings her visceral and highly charged choreography to Toronto for the first time and use the Harbourfront Centre Theatre to expose the dark corners of the human condition. While humans like to think they're the center of the universe, nothing could be farther from the truth.