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Hosts: Ted Fox and Malgorzata Nowacka
 
Heidi Strauss, Artistic Director of adelheid dance projects, on the World Premiere ofelsewhere, a DanceWorks presentation. Runs September 25-27 at Harbourfront Centre Theatre. elsewhere takes inspiration from the anthropological concept of "affect-- our human capacity to affect, or be affected.    http://www.adelheid.ca/
 
 
Apolonia Velasquez and Ofilio Sinbadinho, Artistic Directors of Gadfly, on the TUDS Festival of Urban Dance Culture, Canada’s only urban dance festival, returning for its 5th year to raise the profile of urban dance culture and talent in Canada. This five-day one-of-a-kind dance festival brings together more than 400 participants and Canada’s best urban dance artists.   http://gadfly.ca/  http://tuds.gadfly.ca/
 
Holistic Psychotherapist and Educator Melanie Rosen, who is passionate about the power ofPLAY! With an innovative and interdisciplinary approach she allows people to gain new awareness, discovering their own value in the process of a creative experience. Director of Creative Roots, she talks about movement therapy.   http://www.creativerootsplay.com/
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 

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Hosts: Ted Fox and Malgorzata Nowacka
 
Heidi Strauss, Artistic Director of adelheid dance projects, on the World Premiere ofelsewhere, a DanceWorks presentation. Runs September 25-27 at Harbourfront Centre Theatre. elsewhere takes inspiration from the anthropological concept of "affect-- our human capacity to affect, or be affected.    http://www.adelheid.ca/
 
 
Apolonia Velasquez and Ofilio Sinbadinho, Artistic Directors of Gadfly, on the TUDS Festival of Urban Dance Culture, Canada’s only urban dance festival, returning for its 5th year to raise the profile of urban dance culture and talent in Canada. This five-day one-of-a-kind dance festival brings together more than 400 participants and Canada’s best urban dance artists.   http://gadfly.ca/  http://tuds.gadfly.ca/
 
Holistic Psychotherapist and Educator Melanie Rosen, who is passionate about the power ofPLAY! With an innovative and interdisciplinary approach she allows people to gain new awareness, discovering their own value in the process of a creative experience. Director of Creative Roots, she talks about movement therapy.   http://www.creativerootsplay.com/
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 

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Hosts: Ted Fox & Malgorzata Nowacka
 
Tatiana Jennings, Artistic Director of the Toronto experimental theatre company Kadozuke Kollektif which, in partnership with Bad New Days, celebrates its 10th anniversary by presenting the world premiere of Richard III, The Pleasures of Violence, a provocative and highly choreographed innovative multimedia reimagining of the William Shakespeare classic, Richard III. Previews September 9, opens Wednesday September 10, and runs through to September 28 at Zuke Studios, the company's storefront home in the Junction.  http://zuke.ca/
 

Dancer/Choreographer/Composer Jeremy Naismith on Dance Teq, which, for more than fifteen years, has been providing open dance classes to dancers of all levels and ages. Under the direction of Kevin Pugh, Dance Teq has attracted a staff of internationally acclaimed instructors and celebrated musicians, teaching styles that reflect the diversity of dancing today. Naismith has performed with Opera Atelier since 1986. http://www.danceteq.com/


Host Malgorzata Nowacka, Artistic Director of The Chimera Project, and Dancers Robyn Noffall and Cheryl Chan, talk about  Company B, founded in 2011 as a partnership between The Chimera Project, Ballet Jörgen Canada, and George Brown Dance. Company B is comprised of outstanding young dancers currently in professional training, or ones who have graduated within the last two years. They train with professional choreographers and rehearsal directors and are given the tools and resources to transition from a student to a professional dance artist through experience. http://chimeraproject.org/company-b/
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Hosts; Ted Fox and Nicole Hamilton
 
Music Therapy Group

Music Therapists Wanda Gascho-White, Chair, Board of Directors, Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund. and Justine Stehouwer, who completed her music therapy training at Capilano University in North Vancouver. The Music Therapy Centre is a clinic supported by Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund to help people of all ages with dementia, autism, cerebral palsy and other conditions. The Centre is currently in a financial crisis. Located at 1175 Bloor Street.

 

Blake McGrath

Blake McGrath, Recording Artist, Choreographer and Dancer, has shared the stage with Madonna, Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Mariah Carey and Beyonce to name a few. He is best known from the premiere season of "So You Think You Can Dance USA."  Blake will discuss his career, and his upcoming conference, "The Vip Dance Events," which is occurring September 13 & 14, 2014 at the Toronto International Centre. This exclusive event brings together the most sought-after choreographers and artists from all over the world, and aims to inspire dancers and performers from across the globe.

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Hosts: Ted Fox and Nicole Hamilton
 
Performers in two Dance/Physical Theatre works in SummerWorks Festival 2014 taking place in various venues in Toronto August 7 to 17th. Go to links for details of each piece, times and venues:    http://summerworks.ca/2014/
 
Montreal-Based Performance Artist Leslie Baker on her solo show F**k You! You F**king Perv! in which she probes the psychological trauma behind the worst kinds of abuse--including torture, murder and pedopohilia. Originally presented in Montreal in Studio 303’s Edgy Women Festival, then toured to the Aquarius Era Festival of Physical Visual Theatre in Bulgaria. Baker's work is an interdisciplinary blend of heightened corporal expression with image, sound and text.      http://summerworks.ca/2014/portfolio/fuck-fucking-perv/
 
 
Dancer Laurence Fournier Campeau from Danse Carpe Diem on Ecoute Pour Voir, which consists of a variety of solos performed simultaneously. Equipped with headphones attached to an iPod, dancers and viewers share a choreography face-to-face over the course of the music. Audience members are free to wander from one dancer to the next and observe the subtle intricacies of dance up close. Presented in partnership with Workman Arts, one of the largest and longest-running multidisciplinary arts and mental health organizations in the world. The company went into Manoir St-Léonard des Résidences Soleil in 2013. All year long, two times a month the dancers met with a group of elderly residents, performing one on one.    http://www.emmanueljouthe.com/carpe_diem_en/      http://vimeo.com/emmanueljouthe
 
Also this guest, who is not in SummerWorks: Ordained Minister Sheldon Neil, Artistic Director of The Sheldon Neil Company, talks about his creation of Sole Purpose Mime in the context of liturgical praise dance. Sole Purpose Mime silently interprets positive messages delivered through song, spoken word, instrumental and theatrical avenues. Combines these with various elements and styles of interpretive dance.
 

 


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