Doublethink welcomes everyone to a performance and dance workshop at Riverside Park featuring drummer Larry Graves, Propeller Dance’s Shara Weaver and pianist Dave Chan.
Cirque du Soleil is back in Gatineau with KOOZA! Whether it’s your first Cirque du Soleil show or not, prepare to be blown away.
For the past several weeks, Awesome Arts en folie has been partnering with the Vanier community for an eight-week-long celebration of arts. Apt613 spoke with key members involved in the initiative’s Vanier roll-out to get a flavour of how the collaboration came about, what’s been going on these past several weeks, and what Ottawa residents can look forward to in the days ahead.
Ballets Jazz Montréal (BJM) returns to the National Arts Centre with their triple bill Essence on August 11 and 12. The show, a compilation of three pieces by female choreographers, is a representation of the company’s past, present, and future.
Here is a list of dance studios in the Ottawa/Gatineau region. Whether you need a place to sign your kid up for classes or you want to keep yourself active, there are several options for you to check out.
Gauthier and Caplan: “Macho competition, absurd immaturity, touching emotion, all displayed through incredible movements. This show stays with you—you’ll find yourself turning over moments in your mind hours or even days later. This is definitely another Fringe favourite for me.”
Combining ballet with Argentine tango, PointeTango is bound to impress you with their elite dancing skills. Coming to Ottawa Fringe 2022.
The patio at the back of Somewhere Dine Bar in downtown Ottawa transformed into a white garden for Hors Pair Social’s launch party last Sunday.
This Thursday is the official Canadian premiere of “Sleeping Beauty”, presented at the NAC by the renowned classical ballet company Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal, featuring the NAC Orchestra. I spoke with Buriassi about reinventing a classical story, how it was working with Marcia Haydée, and what her favourite ballet is.
Mélanie Demers’ new work La Goddam Voie Lactée is a hauntingly absurd, violent, honest, and powerful reflection on feminism and deep societal issues. Now playing at the NAC.
From dance to music to comedy, Shenkman Arts Centre’s 2021–2022 season brings us a little bit of everything
The Shenkman Arts Centre presents its 2021/2022 season, where a variety of dance, comedy, and music for you to enjoy, with plenty of options through early April.
This particular rendition of the play is an all-Canadian version of the classic story where Clara is not only joined by the Prince, the Mouse King, and the Sugar Plum Fairy; there are also Mounties, hockey games with snowball fights, and of course, Filbert the Bear.
NAC Dance returns to the stage for their 2021–22 season with four incredible programs this year. Cathy Levy, Executive Producer of NAC Dance, talks about this new season and how they are ensuring it will be safe and exciting.
Dance lovers—have you been missing live performances? Then don’t miss the chance to see two new modern dance pieces this week at La Nouvelle Scène from Nov. 11 to 13, 2021.
Broadway Workout, a musical theatre themed dance session, have taken their classes virtual amid the pandemic. This fall, those eager to be the star of their own show can enjoy virtual and in-person classes.