Posts Filed Under: National Ballet of Canada
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The National Ballet's Cheshire Cat is 25 feet long, takes eight people to manipulate, and is as mischievous as ever.
The National Ballet of Canada is paving the way for a new era of narrative ballet—and taking their performances to new frontiers.
Celebrate World Ballet Day by taking in a livestream of the company's rehearsals.
Meet the young man who's keeping Canada's best ballet dancers on their toes.
Fabric fanatic Grant Heaps makes quilting look cool.
At the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, choreographer Kevin O'Day stages Hamlet without all the "words, words, words."
Today: a festival of clowns that isn't for kids, some off-the-map music for anyone who didn't get a ticket to Talib Kweli, and so, so much comedy.
It's a day that only comes around once every four years, so make the most of it by: catching three authors at Harbourfront; checking out the National Ballet of Canada's newest performance; and stopping by a screening of a documentary about Sonic Youth, with a concert right after.
This past weekend, Mayor Rob Ford made his stage debut at the National Ballet of Canada. But we ask, is he playing nice so companies will play it safe?
Mayor will play a cameo role during the opening performance of the season.
Today in Toronto: see the National Ballet of Canada kick off its 60th season with Romeo and Juliet, rock out to indie supergroup Mister Heavenly, and listen in on three authors at the Pivot Reading Series.