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The Dance Files: April 1 - 15


The Dance Files is your bi-weekly brief on what's happening in Toronto's experimental and contemporary dance scene.

Wednesday, April 2nd
Indie dancers Lucy Rupert and Susan Kendal explore the complexities of human imperfections in Ava/Chroma, a Dance Works CoWorks event. Theatre Centre. April 2-5. Tix $20

Thursday, April 3rd
Catch the World Premiere of The Hidden Spot, another gut busting, ass-kicking performance care of the The Chimera Project. A full-length work exploring our capacity to believe, doubt and yearn. Part of Harbourfront Centre's NextSteps Series. Enwave Theatre. April 3-5. 8pm. Tix $30 regular, $20 students, seniors and arts workers

Wednesday, April 9th
Double Bill # 1 features the work of Dancemakers resident choreographer Ame Henderson and Artistic Director Michael Trent, a three-year collaboration in the making. Part of Harbourfront Centre's NextSteps Series. Premiere Dance Theatre. April 9-12. 8pm. 3pm (April 12th). Tix $20 - $38

Saturday, April 12th
Cube3 plugs into TVland with their latest dance installation at The Lab Sessions 3.0, an interactive art series presented by Labspace Studio. 9pm. Tix $10

Sunday, April 13th
Gestures of Necessity brings together established dancers, Yvonne Ng and Marie-Josee Chartier, with classically trained musicians and vocalists for an afternoon of improvised music and dance. Winchester Theatre. 2pm. Tix $15 416-533-8577


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