SOLO DANCE XCHANGE
My 10-year dream in the making, the Solo Dance Xchange is soon to be born. Witness 22 of Toronto's Xtraordinary Dance Artists, stellar live music and lighting design, for the first time together on one stage, every night, inspired by each other's artistry.

Xtraordinary TO Dances is a platform for these 22 Dance Artists to engage in re-imagination. Through a serendipitous exchange of names, one dancer's original improvised solo footage in Allen's film, Moments in Reel Time, becomes another dancer's source to create and perform live in the Solo Dance Xchange. The full film will premiere nightly before the performance!

I can't wait to share what these beautiful artists are bringing to the stage at Streetcar Crowsnest Theatre from February 1-3, 2018.
Karen Kaeja
 Watch the XTOD: Moments in Reel Time trailer here.
For more info on the Solo Dance Xchange and to buy tickets, go here.

Poster created by Eve Schifman.                                                                                                  
PRIVATE SCREENING FUNDRAISER
Photo by Drew Berry.
While the film will have its public premiere at the Solo Dance Xchange, Kaeja d'Dance is holding an Xclusive Private Screening  fundraiser on November 30, 2017. Contact Beata at urban@kaeja.org for tickets to this soiree.
The Dance Current created a beautiful online gallery that highlights some of the artists involved on location in the Moments in Reel Time film and the Solo Dance Xchange.

2017 INTENSIVE PUBLIC SHOWING

         Photo by Beata Rasitsan.
With a full house of 45 dancers, the 2017 Intensive week is currently on a roll - tons of energy, talent, and creativity!

Please join us for a FREE public sharing of the work created during the intensive by the participants in collaboration with the Kaejas on Friday, November 17, 2017 at 2-3pm on the first floor of the Dovercourt House (805 Dovercourt Rd.). No need to RSVP!
KAEJA ABROAD
It's almost time for the Kaejas to head to Israel for the 2017 Israeli Contact Improv Festival where they will perform, teach, and connect with their peers! It is a special honour to have been invited to participate in the festival this year and to return to the region.
TORONTO'S DANCE COMMUNITY CORNER
Canadian Stage presents TRIPTYQUE, by THE 7 FINGERS
November 15-19
Three spellbinding encounters between circus and dance from world-renowned circus stars, TRIPTYQUE fuses feats of athleticism, the lyricism of contemporary dance and the poetics of the imagination and combines the talents of three internationally-renowned choreographers: Marie Chouinard, Victor Quijada, and Marcus Morau. Created and directed by Samuel T├ętreault.
Body Percussion Festival at Harbourfront Nextsteps
December 1-3

Support Body Percussion Festival's return to Harbourfront Centre as part of the 2017/18 NextSteps Season:  December 1st , 2nd at  8:00pm  and  December 3rd at 3:00pm.

Artistic Director, Viv Moore and Associate Producer, Dave Wilson, have worked hard to put together a unique ensemble of styles and art forms created by Movement, Dance Sound and Voice that includes throat singing, flamenco, tap, beatbox, English sword dance and more! With less than a month away, they are raising funds through FundRazr to help compensate the artists' hard work and dedication, as well as covering any remaining costs associated with organizing a festival of this scale. Your generous contribution, no matter the amount, will help Body Percussion Festival to sustain a festival that is a first of its kind in Canada.  Donate Today.
Rock Bottom Movement's string quartet no.14 in g major
December 13-15
A Chorus Line meets Big Brother Canada in a brand new and almost true dance theatre work about moving on, dreaming big and surviving at The Bottom. string quartet no. 14 in g major is an absurd creation myth about Rock Bottom Movement's next step forward after losing a deeply cherished company member to the lure of musical theatre chorus work. Created by David Bernstein and Alyssa Martin.


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