I’ve been going out almost every night to the Fringe with great anticipation of the awesomeness about to hit me, and this years Fringe has definitely delivered. Here are a few of my favourite shows.
Oh Fringe! Sigh… here we go again! So much to see, so much to do, and so many late nights. This year I’ve drawn up a short list of dance…
Rachid Ouramdane’s Loin, was presented this past weekend at the MAI in Montreal as part of a world tour including : Switzerland, South Korea, Spain and New Zealand.
“Fixer la Chair”, presented by Tangente at the Monument rationale this past weekend, was a complimentary pairing of works by Caroline Laurin-Beaucage and Amélie Rajotte, both members of LORGANISME, a company that unites independent choreographers.
“Gratuitousness is boring, Burlesque has content.”
Piss in the Pool is what happens when you give eight choreographers free reign to create original dance pieces in an abandoned bath house.
OFFTA was packed with wonderful new performances but the highlight was LA FABRIK/ Angela Konrad’s “What bloody man is that”.
“Nous ne serons pas vieux mais deja gras de vivre” experiments in unconventional settings at the OFFTA
This week, we had the pleasure of having a conversation with Maria Kefirova
We caught up with Sasha Kleinplatz to ask why Montreal loves dance.