Today is Giving Tuesday. If you are able, we encourage you to give to a cause that is important to you.Read More
" [a] dynamically beautiful and entertaining arc through 30 years of House's oeuvre – and then an important extract of Canadian modern dance itself."
Animated runs Nov 1 - 5 at 8 PM at the Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre.
RUN, don't walk!
Our first performance of Animated opens tonight at the Fleck Dance Theatre! Animated features four shorter works choreographed by Christopher House, spanning 30 years of Toronto Dance Theatre history.
Can't make it tonight? Race over to the Harbourfront Box Office to purchase tickets for the four remaining performances. You can also subscribe to our newsletter to get promo codes for the shows on Wednesday November 2, Thursday November 3, and Friday November 4.
Join TDT's Artistic Director Christopher House and 12-member ensemble cast for the next installment of our long-running Into The Work series on Monday, October 24th at 7 PM at the Winchester Street Theatre (80 Winchester St., Toronto). Admission is free. Don't miss this exciting preview of the work as Christopher House and the artists participate in a behind-the-scenes conversation about the making of the work.
Originally staged in 2014, this remount features twelve dancers' bodies snaking through time, space and rhythm in a kinetic conversation with the sonic murmurs of Toronto-based electronic composer Thom Gill.
Thom Gill is a mercurial musical force, appearing in many forms and furnishing a variety of vibes, exploring the flexibility of song and sound. Since graduating from the University of Toronto's Jazz Performance program in 2009, Thom has performed alongside Owen Pallett, John Southworth, Katie Stelmanis (Austra), Devon Sproule, and Elizabeth Shepherd, some of the most recognized names in Canada's burgeoning weird-pop landscape.
To stay up-to-date with what's going on at Toronto Dance Theatre,
See excepts of four short programs and contribute to a discussion with the artists about their methods, goals, and inspirations. Get up-close an personal and witness the artistic process unfold in this unique dialogue between creator, performers, and audience.
Monday, October 24 at 7 PM, at Winchester Street Theatre, 80 Winchester St. in Toronto's historic Cabbagetown neighbourhood. Admission is free, no ticket required.