The company will introduce the ballet to new audiences across Canada, with them performing in Toronto, Hamilton, Edmonton, Calgary, and Vancouver.
You might call it the holiday season, but for ballet fans and dancers it’s Nutcracker season.
Quebec-based troupe will pitch its tent in Riyadh from Dec. 17 to 29
Cold, wet weather and cocooning go hand in hand if you live in Vancouver. But the local arts and entertainment community has done its darndest to get you off the couch and kick those winter blahs to the curb.
Sergio Trujillo, raised in Toronto's Jane-Finch neighbourhood, says teacher encouraged him
Funding through the Endowment Incentives component of the Canada Cultural Investment Fund will support 24 professional arts organizations through 13 foundations in Ontario
Getting out of car for viral dance is a 'perfect storm' for potential injuries, police say
Atop Paul Becker’s lengthy list of Internet Movie Database credits is the description “one of the world’s top choreographers.” What’s missing is the story of how Becker, a 33-year-old Victoria, B.C., native, got to that spot
The festival is attempting to break two world records: for creating the largest djembe drum ensemble and for the most nationalities playing the djembe drum simultaneously, highlighting Toronto's diversity.
Move comes a year after the Cirque bought the Blue Man Group