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John Neumeier’s new ballet inspired by the Tolstoy novel is intense and often challenging, but it’s beautifully danced and always watchable more

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Jera Wolfe's choreography is fun to watch, and the production and performances are strong, but the work doesn't offer anything genuinely transformative more

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ProArteDanza's beautifully danced spin on Mozart's comic opera comments on inter-gender social tensions in the #MeToo era more

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The UK-based dancer/choreographer's ode to Indian soldiers fighting for Britain in the First World War features riveting dance and a near-perfect blend of sensory elements more

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Samuel Engelking

Laurence Lemieux draws on personal history and the cult Hamilton punk band in new solo more

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Andre Cornellier

This month is unofficially dance month in Toronto as talented up-and-comers and proven talents deliver some major moves more

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At the east end outdoor dance program, the choreographer's Oceanic Reach is imbued with the idea of geography more

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Michael Keegan-Dolan's dance-theatre hybrid glides effortlessly between misery and beauty more

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Robert Lepage and Guillaume Côté’s full-length ballet about Norman McLaren’s life and work is full of respect and theatrical sorcery more

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Bruce Zinger

The National Ballet of Canada’s mixed program is cerebral, weird and moving more

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The “F” Word by SaMel Tanz (SaMel Tanz) at Factory Mainspace, 125 Bathurst, Toronto

Lisa Koh

Fierce feminist dance show educates and entertains more

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Jeremy Mimnagh

But the beautiful art-making is at odds with the ugly reality of battle more

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Red Sky Performance’s ambitious show loses hold of a fascinating premise more

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Three new pieces push the contemporary ballet company in different directions – with intriguing results more

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Jean-Louis Fernandez

Choreographer and dancer Akram Khan’s career comes full circle in this remarkable Luminato work more

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There's lots of clanging and chest-pounding in this unsubtle dance take on the Tennesee Williams drama more

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National Ballet dancers get some dialogue in production jammed with visuals more

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Works by Robert Glumbek and Roberto Campanella are full of intriguing ideas, graceful choreography and are executed with ferocious skill more

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Immersive dance show What It's Like explores brotherhood and connection more

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Many dance artists are using their intimate knowledge of the body and 3D space to break into tech and new media fields more

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