Sunday, July 10, 2022

Two choreographers talk about their dance productions in Fringe Toronto 2011 taking place at various venues July 6-17 in Toronto:

NYC Choreographer Alaine Handa on the A.H. Dance Company production of Chameleon, The Experience of Global Citizens, a multi-disciplinary presentation exploring the notions of home, cultural identity and relationships. Helen Gardiner Phelan Theatre, 79a St George, Toronto.  http://www.alainehanda.com/Alaine_Handa/About_Me.html    http://www.ahdancecompany.com/chameleonproject/  

Choreographer Kendra Hughes and dancer Daniel Grys on the Kinetic Elements presentation of reSURGEnce, a collection of dances that examines issues in society and deconstructs and transcends the boundaries that society puts upon us. Factory Mainspace, 125 Bathurst Street, Toronto. http://kineticelements.wordpress.com/company/company-members/


Also (not in the Fringe):
Choreographer Robyn Breen, York grad and School of Toronto Dance Theatre student, on the NewFoundDance presentation of Sweet and Salty featuring new works by aspiring and talented choreographers. Takes place July 16-17 at The Scotiabank Studio Theatre at The Pia Bouman School, 6 Noble Street, Toronto.  http://www.aorpresents.com/NewFoundDance.html