FROM OUR ARTISTIC DIRECTOR:
Happy New Year!
Here at the School, we are back into a busy winter term. In their first week, diving right in, our third year dancers began to work with guest artist Elizabeth Auclair on Graham technique and repertory, and all students began working with our raucous and riotous Bouffon Master, Massimo Agostinelli. Additionally, our third years will be performing during Dance Ontario's Dance Weekend, which takes place later this month at the Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront, January 26-27.
Coming up on February 3rd, we look forward to the first of our two annual Toronto auditions, when we will have the chance to meet some of those who will form next September's incoming first year class.
In this issue, we have a profile of the newest member of our administrative staff, the multi-talented Colin Frotten, who joined us last fall, not only as our Communications & Engagement Manager, but also on our faculty as our music teacher. We have a profile on third year student Tanveer Alam, and a feature on four of our accomplished alumni: Sarah Fregeau, Mairi Greig, Kate Holden, and Jarrett Siddall, who will appear with the renowned Peggy Baker Dance Projects, in Baker's new work, who we are in the dark, premiering at the Bluma Appel Theatre, February 21-24.
I hope you enjoy reading about our gifted faculty, staff, students, and alumni and, on behalf of all of us at the School, I wish you the very best for 2019.
FROM OUR COMMUNITY
Running March 6-9, 2019 at Harbourfront Centre Theatre and inspired by Christopher Dewdney's award-winning book Acquainted with the Night, World After Dark explores our relationship with the physical night. From the three stages of nightfall to the science of the cosmos; from the birth of nightlife to the empire of dreams, Dewdney's compelling poetic reveries journey us on an epic voyage through the mysteries of night. Choreographed and directed by Shannon Litzenberger, with an outstanding, multi-disciplinary ensemble of performers, World After Dark invites us to reclaim the night within us - a metaphor for the sensual, the embodied and the feminine.
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