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Edouard Lock: showman or shaman?

A presentation to the Royal Society of CanadaNational Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, November 19, 2004

© Max Wyman

In the late 20th and early 21st century, dance has been shaped by a few great artists with the vision and the audacity to exploit and explore the possibilities of the artform in a new fashion. 4,007 more words

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Festival TransAmériques: Louise Lecavalier wins her war in Mille batailles

Get out your flip-flops — summer dance festivals are about to bust out all over, notably the two-week Festival TransAmériques, which starts Thursday, May 26. Marking its 10th annual season of dance/theatre, the FTA has become a fixture on the Montreal performance scene. 1,130 more words

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Pop Tart: 12 must-see Montreal shows and festivals this spring

Here are Pop Tart’s top entertainment choices for Spring 2016:

The Centaur will close their season with the world premiere of Last Night at the Gayety… 628 more words

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Canadian icon Louise Lecavalier makes her long-awaited Pittsburgh debut

By Steve Sucato

Canadian contemporary-dance queen Louise Lecavalier makes her long-awaited Pittsburgh debut Fri., Feb. 26, at the Byham Theater in So Blue. The critically acclaimed 2012 work is the first choreographic effort by Lecavalier, best known as the face of now-defunct Montreal-based La La La Human Steps. 188 more words

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Festival TransAmériques: Louise Lecavalier, Christoph Marthaler on board for 10th edition

The Festival TransAmériques is turning 10 this May and what better way to celebrate than with a partial unveiling of its avant-garde lineup — a five-show tease of what’s coming, unveiled Monday morning by artistic director Martin Faucher. 482 more words

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Brendan Kelly: I'll never go to a Bowie concert with my daughter

I will never be able to go with my daughter to see David Bowie in concert.

That’s the first thing I thought when I woke up on Monday morning to the news that the British pop star had… 594 more words

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