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DanceHouse opens its 2019-2020 season with Bangarra Dance Theatre’s Spirit

DanceHouse, in partnership with Vancouver Indigenous dance company Dancers of Damelahamid, launches its 2019-2020 season with a performance by Bangarra Dance Theatre. In Vancouver, as...
James Gnam and Vanessa Goodman perform in I Care What You Think. Photo by David Cooper.

Better together: live with the company of I Care What You Think

Vancouver contemporary dance company Plastic Orchid Factory opens its 2019-2020 season with I Care What You Think, an interdisciplinary dance-centric work exploring how we...
Mozaico Flamenco are among the companies and artists who will participate in this year's open house. Photo by Sanka Dee.

The Dance Centre opens its doors once again for its annual open house

This Saturday, the Scotiabank Dance Centre once again opens its doors to dance lovers and the curious for a day-long offering of free classes,...
Catherine Hurlin in @giselle. Photo by Craig Foster.

Classic ballet gets an update for our social media-obsessed society in @giselle

While he may have trained in classical ballet, Vancouver-based choreographer Joshua Beamish’s career has flourished inside the contemporary ballet scene. It was perhaps an...
Canadian contemporary dancer and choreographer Bill Coleman presents Dollhouse as part of The Dance Centre's 2019-2020 season. Photo by Daniel Paquet.

The Dance Centre circles the globe in its 2019-2020 season

In a media release, The Dance Centre announced its 2019-2020 season which will take dance lovers on a tour of the world from right...
Kahawi Dance Theatre's Santee Smith performs in Blood, Water, Earth as part of Matriarchs Uprising. Photo by Ian R Maracle.

Matriarchs Uprising celebrates contemporary dance by Indigenous women

Coinciding with National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 22, the Dance Centre’s artist-in-residence Olivia C. Davies has curated three days of dance performances, events,...
Contemporary dance artists Delia Brett and Daelik create and perform in their newest work.

Dancing in the age of the anthropocene: live in the rehearsal room with MACHiNENOiSY

Following their sold-out show at last year's PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, Vancouver contemporary dance artists Delia Brett and Daelik are back with their...
DanceHouse presents six performances in its 2019-2020 season.

The DanceHouse 2019-2020 season travels the world

In a recent media release, DanceHouse unveiled a 2019-2020 season with works by companies from around the globe. In its October season opener DanceHouse presents...

Be Moved: live with the Arts Umbrella Dance Company

Following months of rehearsal, the Arts Umbrella Dance Company is ready to show off what they have learned with its season finale, Be Moved. Featuring...
“I think my primary responsibility is to be the spark so all of these wonderful people who are a part of Ballet BC can communicate, share, and collaborate around their passion and their love for the art form, and what it can do for our society." - Emily Molnar. Photo by Michael Slobodian.

Portrait of a dancer: Emily Molnar celebrates ten years as Ballet BC’s artistic director

At the age of five most young girls are just learning how to ride a bike, jump rope and hosting imaginary tea parties. For...

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