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Hosts: Ted Fox and Malgorzata Nowacka
 
Choreographers Karen Kaeja and Allen Kaeja talk about their production of Porch View Dances, which celebrates the stories of a neighbourhood and showcases real people dancing in real spaces. Takes place August 19-23 2015, 7pm (4pm on August 23), PWYC, Seaton Village, meeting at 84 London Street. Also a part of Porch View is The Wedding Brigade, a community dance project that invites everyday women (married or not--ages 10+) to join a beautifully staged outdoor procession of women dressed in wedding white.  http://www.kaeja.org/ 
 
Choreographer Emily Law talks about Street vs Stage, showing in the Dance Series in SummerWorks 2015. Ten of Toronto's contemporary dancers meet ten of the city's street dancers. Shows Sunday August 16, 9:00pm at Friday at The Theatre Centre Mainspace.   http://summerworks.ca/2015/artists/street-vs-stage/     http://chimeraproject.org/emily-law-dance-artist/
 
 
 
Choreographer/Dancer Teoma Naccarato and Composer John MacCallum talk about Synchronism, their one-on-one installation in the Live Art series in SummerWorks 2015. Starting inside a private booth in the lobby of the Factory Theatre, individual bodies will spread further as the heartbeat of each volunteer is used to enliven a haptic and sonic installation throughout the Factory Theatre Lobby, for everyone present. Opens Thursday August 13th, 4:30pm, in Factory Theatre Lobby.   http://summerworks.ca/2015/artists/synchronism/    https://naccaratodance.wordpress.com/    https://ccinternaltime.wordpress.com/
 
 

 

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Host: Ted Fox
 
Yukon-based improviser Aimée Dawn Robinson on her production of "Ramble", showing in the Special Presentation Series in SummerWorks 2015. "Ramble" is inspired by the relationships that people have to the wild, and the politics of ancestral memory and forgetting. Opens Thursday August 6th at 5:45pm at The Theatre Centre Mainspace. Aimée is also offering a workshop as part of SummerLab, "The Space Wants You: Nature in the Wild City" on Thursday August 13. Visit SummerWorks at: http://summerworks.ca/2015/artists/ramble/ for more information about the show, and   http://summerworks.ca/2015/workshops/the-space-wants-you-nature-in-the-wild-city-workshop/ for more information about the workshop. 
 
 
Choreographer Anthony "Prime" Guerra  talks about the world premiere of Obeah Opera, an a cappella musical  steeped in black music with a diverse all-female cast of fourteen. Presented in association with Nightwood Theatre and b current. Shows August 4 to August 8 2015 at 7pm, with a Saturday matinee August 8 at 1pm. Baillie Theatre at Young Centre for the Performing Arts.   http://obeahopera.com/
 
Choreographer Aria Evans, Artistic Director of the Go To Company production "Desiccated," which is showing in SummerWorks 2015. It is a movement-based multi-disciplinary performance that merges contemporary dance, a live vocal soundscape, sculptural installation and video projection. Shows Saturday August 8th at 4:30pm, and Sunday August 9th at 6:45pm, at The Theatre Centre Mainspace. http://gotocompany.org    http://www.ariaevans.ca/
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 

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Hosts: Ted Fox and Nicole Hamilton
 
Choreographer Sharon Moore, Derek Aasland, Artistic Producer/Director/Dramaturge, and Acrobat Justin Dale, on the production of The Thirst for Love and Water, showing July 21, 22, 23 and 24 at 9:15pm, July 24 at 1:30pm, and July 25 at 9pm. Nathan Phillips Square. Free to the public as part of the Toronto 2015 Panamania Festival. http://loveandwater.org/

Marcel "FrostFlow" DaCosta, Professional Street Dancer, Artist Educator and Community Engagement Worker. He is a practitioner and advocate of Hip-Hop culture since 1998, as founder of the renowned “Ground illusionz” Hip-Hop Creative Collective based out of Mississauga and Toronto. http://www.blueprintforlife.ca/  http://unitycharity.com/  http://www.groundillusionz.com/
 
 
Acrobat Antoine Carabinier Lépine talks about the Théâtre français de Toronto presentation of Quebec’s contemporary circus company, Cirque Alfonse and their spectacle, TIMBER! Features line dancing, log throwing, daring axe juggling and acrobatic feats above the open blade of a huge two-man saw. Presented July 23 to 25, 7pm, also July 25 at 1pm, at the Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, as part of the Arts and Culture Festival Panamania.   http://www.cirquealfonse.com/en/
 
 

 

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Host:  Ted Fox
 
Jackie English, Producer of Becoming Burlesque, currently playing in the Toronto Fringe Festival at Al Green Theatre, 750 Spadina Avenue. Last shows Saturday July 11 at 9:45pm, and Sunday July 12 at 4pm.
http://fringetoronto.com/    http://www.becomingburlesque.com/BB/Dancers.html

Choreographer Cassandra Bowerman, and Aaron Jan, Producer and Director of 10/10/10 Dance Project, presented by Bismuth Theatre. An interdisciplinary dance-theatre piece that combines the work of 10 writers, 10 composers and 10 choreographers. Currently playing in the Toronto Fringe Festival at Factory Theatre Mainspace, 125 Bathurst Street. Last shows Saturday July 11 at 2:15pm, and Sunday July 12 at 1:45pm.    http://fringetoronto.com/
 

Chloe Ziner & Jessica Gabriel, Creators of the Mind of a Snail production Caws & Effect, a modern fable that explores the unexpected consequences that arise after a crow plants a magical seed. The story is told using handmade layered projections, puppetry, masks, and an original musical score. Playing in the Toronto Fringe Festival at Factory Theatre Mainspace, 125 Bathurst Street. Last shows Sunday July12 at 3:30pm and again at 11:00pm (Patrons Pick).  http://fringetoronto.com/   http://mindofasnail.org/
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Host: Ted Fox, with Guest Host Allison Burns
 
Coverage of dance/physical theatre productions showing in the Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival, taking place July 1-12, 2015. Check http://fringetoronto.com/ for details, dates, times and venues.
 
 
Choreographer/Dancer Stéphanie Morin-Robert and Dancer Allison Burns, Co-Producers/Hosts of the Montreal dance talk show Dirty Feet, a Montreal-based weekly podcast on the topic of dance and movement-based performing arts. Creators of For Body and Light Presents: Coming and Going. Randolph Theatre. http://www.nomoreradio.com/show/dirtyfeet/   http://www.forbodyandlight.org/     http://hmsnonesuch.com/tag/for-body-and-light/
 
Choreographer Julie Grant, Co-Artistic Director of Random Acts of Dance, a charitable organization that creates, performs, produces, and teaches contemporary dance. Performances take place in theatres, subways, parks, and other public venues. Kojira. Randolph Theatre.  http://www.randomactsofdance.com/
 
Creator Rhiannon Bronnimann, a Founding Member of Slice of Pi. Movement focused theatre by graduates of Humber College’s Theatre Performance program. Drop of Water. Robert Gill Theatre.   https://www.facebook.com/sliceofpircc
 
 
 
 
Choreographers Wakako Ishida and Kasei Inoue, Co-Founders of  NYDC/New York Dance Creators, a group consisting of professional dancers and artists who have gathered from many parts of the world in New York. The King's Castle. Tarragon Theatre Mainspace.  

 
 
 
 
 
 

 


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