Toronto Heritage Dance 2019 Season
Nenagh Leigh & Mary Jane Warner, Directors
Stephanie Ballard Patricia Beatty Danny Grossman
Nenagh Leigh Peter Quanz
and featuring a revival of an Isadora Duncan masterpiece
Celebrating the choreography of five iconic and ground-breaking Canadian choreographers and a revival of an
Isadora Duncan masterpiece, TORONTO HERITAGE DANCE announces their 2019 season, September 19 - 29
at the Winchester Theatre. With new and recent works and revivals, the company expands its repertoire to
Toronto Heritage Dance 2019 Season
2020 Dance Collection Danse Hall of Fame
Sunday, March 29, 2020
Globe and Mail Centre
351 King St. East, Toronto M5A 0N1
~ Look for upcoming announcements on this year’s inductees! ~
Riverfront InterArts proudly presents the Canadian-US border premiere of Canadian dance luminary James Kudelka’s Four Old Legs, on stage Friday October 11, 2019 at 7pm at The Capitol Theatre Windsor. The evening includes a Talk Back with the Artists after the performance.
Legendary Canadian ballerina Evelyn Hart stars in a heartfelt journey of love, relationships, and the passage of time.
School for the Movement of the Technicolo(u)r People is a large-scale artist exchange, exhibition, and public school platform. The project was created through the artistic direction of Los Angeles-based dance artist taisha paggett in collaboration with visual artists Ashley Hunt, Kim Zumpfe, and WXPT Toronto, a temporary dance company formed in conjunction with the project.
Congruence 2 at the Winchester Street Theatre
A BoucharDanse commissioning project
A journey of revelation and reverie
Woman in Blue Softly Breathing by Lina Cruz, performed by Sylvie Bouchard
Gravity of Descent by Gerry Trentham, performed by Sylvie Bouchard and Learie Mc Nicolls
Congruence 2 is co-produced with POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH and FILA 13 Productions.
Pratibha Arts/Bagaeshree Vaze
A Hidden Princess
Sept 12-14, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
Winchester Street Theatre
80 Winchester St., TO
Tickets $20 or $15 (stu/snr)
Human Body Expressions confronts the collective power of peaceful protests with the Toronto premiere of the dance/rock concert hybrid Resonance. Directed and choreographed by the company’s award-winning Artistic Director Hanna Kiel, and featuring original music composed by Dora-nominated Greg Harrison, Resonance is an artistic response to the successful public protests demanding the impeachment of former South Korean President Park Geun-Hye. This bold and provocative work probes the evolution of social outcry into direct action.
Ontario Culture Days announces 10th anniversary edition with kaleidoscope of free cultural activities and events across the province from September 27–29, 2019. Encompassing visual art, theatre, cinema, dance and beyond — this vibrant weekend of expression will explore the intersections of creativity, the arts, and well-being.
ProArteDanza celebrates its 15th anniversary season with the Toronto premiere of The 9th!, a full-length choreographed imagining of Ludwig van Beethoven’s epic 9th Symphony, on stage at Harbourfront Centre’s Fleck Dance Theatre from November 6–9. Created and co-choreographed by the company’s award-winning Artistic Director Roberto Campanella and Artistic Associate Robert Glumbek, this bold and provocative work celebrates freedom and unity. The 9th!
Fall for Dance North (FFDN) proudly presents its momentous fifth anniversary edition, October 2–6, 2019 at MERIDIAN HALL and Ryerson Theatre in partnership with the Ryerson School of Performance. The 2019 festival will showcase a phenomenal range of expression including a special focus on international Indigenous artists at Ryerson Theatre, three FFDN commissions, lots of live music, and FREE programming at Union Station’s newly restored, historic West Wing.