Thursday, 22 May 2014 ~ Saturday, 31 May 2014
Matinées: 2:00PM (Sunday)
Evenings: 8:00PM (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Winchester Street Theatre 80 Winchester Street
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A series of ten solos created for the TDT dancers by some of the most dynamic theatre professionals and visual artists in Toronto. This program of  choreographies by non-choreographers  invites a fresh, playful approach to movement and the presence of the body across disciplines. Experience TDT’s dancers, and the idea of choreography, in unexpected new ways!
Producer: Toronto Dance Theatre
Running time: 90 minutes
Box office number: 416.967.1365
Full price tickets available World Premiere Toronto Premiere
Posted by Toronto Dance Theatre on Friday, 04 Oct 2013 in Dance


Wednesday, 21 May 2014 ~ Saturday, 31 May 2014
Evenings: 8pm (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
The Citadel 304 Parliament Street, Toronto
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A Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie production of James Kudelka’s The Man in Black and Laurence Lemieux's premiere, Looking for Elvis.

The Man in Black:

Choreography: James Kudelka

Music: Johnny Cash

Costume: HOAX Couture        


Looking for Elvis:

Choreography: Laurence Lemieux

Music: Elvis Presley

Lighting Design: Simon Rossiter

Sound Design: John Gzowski



            Luke Garwood

            Christianne Ullmark      

            Tyler Gledhill

            Daniel McArthur

            Ryan Boorne

            Erin Poole    

            Michael Caldwell


Looking for Elvis is both a tribute to and a study of the life of Elvis Presley. It is also based on Laurence Lemieux’s experience of travelling to Graceland in 2012. 

She says,   I was looking for the man. I was surprised to find a pretty regular, simple, loving man, who was himself just looking for his own happiness. The work also takes its inspiration from my desire to reconcile the place of artists in the publicforum, and the artist’s capacity to function in society."


Originally commissioned by BalletMet Columbus and premiered there in, 2010, The Man in Black was part of last year’s season at the National Ballet of Canada. A celebration of American working-class grit and of the man whose voice embodied it so movingly, the work features six Cash songs – all covers from the later part of his career (ranging from Ian Tyson’s “Four Strong Winds” to Gordon Lightfoot’s “If You Could Read My Mind” ) , given visual resonance for an ensemble of three men and a woman, all in cowboy boots.

  Only such a master of his craft as Kudelka could draw from the vernacular of American country-western dance styles to create a work so inventive, so alert to the music and their lyrics, and so deeply moving. It’s a dance you could see time and again, knowing you’d discover some new layer at every viewing.” – Michael Crabb, Toronto Star

Producer: Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie
Running time: 1hr
Box office number: 416.364.8011
Wheelchair accessible World Premiere Toronto Premiere
Posted by Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie on Wednesday, 04 Sep 2013 in Dance


Tuesday, 06 May 2014 ~ Saturday, 10 May 2014
Matinées: 4:00PM (Saturday)
Evenings: 8:00pm (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
The Theatre Centre 1115 Queen St. West
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Two heart-stopping new works choreographed by award-winner Yvonne Ng explore identity and its fluidity, depending on the roles and relationships that surround and involve us. Attraction and repulsion, magnetism and resistance both shape us and shape how we are perceived. Created with and featuring celebrated dancers, Mairéad Filgate and former TDT artists, Linnea Wong and Luke Garwood.

Metamorphosis of a Solitary Female Phoenix

Choreography by Yvonne Ng

Performed by Linnea Wong

Magnetic Fields

Choreography by Yvonne Ng

Performed by Mairéad Filgate and Luke Garwood

With artistic collaborators: 

Nick Storring (Music), Simon Rossiter (Lighting), Heather MacCrimmon (Costume), Cheryl Lalonde (Set & Costume), Marie-Joseé Chartier (Creative Facilitator), Erin Robinsong (Text Outside Eye), Johanna Bergfeldt (Rehearsal Director) and Marianna Rosato (Stage Manager)

Pre-show talks May 7th and 9th (7:30PM) and 10th (3:30PM)
Post-show talk May 8th
with Yvonne Ng

Producer: tiger princess dance projects / Yvonne Ng
Running time: 70 minutes
Box office number: 416.538.0988
Wheelchair accessible hipTIX tickets available Discount tickets available Full price tickets available World Premiere Toronto Premiere
Posted by princess productions on Tuesday, 11 Mar 2014 in Dance


Thursday, 24 Apr 2014 ~ Sunday, 27 Apr 2014
Matinées: 3:00pm (Sunday)
Evenings: 8:00pm (Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Fleck Dance Theatre 207 Queens Quay West, 3rd Floor
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This world premiere production of De Idas Y Vueltas celebrates the Latin American songs that have been integrated into flamenco and uses these transmigrations to explore how things come and go in our lives, sometimes they return forever altered, other times they never return at all.

Flamenco, an art form like no other, speaks to the heart and touches the soul. This award winning company of Canadian and Spanish singers, musicians and dancers deliver the power of this expressive art with elegance and passion. The Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company never fails to enthrall audiences, eliciting shouts of “ole” and standing ovations. Come and be captivated.

Joining the company from Spain: “El Junco” (dancer), Óscar Lago (guitarist), Manuel Soto (singer) and Matías López (singer).

The award-winning Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company was founded in 1982 under the artistic direction of Esmeralda Enrique and has a history rooted in flamenco and Spanish classical dance. While maintaining the values of traditional flamenco singing, dance and music, the company presents a style that respects tradition and classicism with a contemporary aesthetic. EESDC has been presenting an annual Toronto Season since 1990 and has developed an ever-expanding repertoire that has earned both critical and popular acclaim. With unique, talented dancers and musicians the Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company is recognized for the exceptional level of their productions receiving two Dora Mavor Moore Awards in addition to numerous nominations over the years. Passionate and driven, the Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company continues to enthrall audiences with its commitment to imaginative choreography and artistic excellence.

Producer: Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company
Running time: 2hrs
Box office number: 416-973-4000
Wheelchair accessible Full price tickets available World Premiere Toronto Premiere
Posted by Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company on Thursday, 12 Dec 2013 in Dance