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September 23–25, 2021, 7:30pm

Canadian Stage, High Park Amphitheatre

Live Performances

Blue Ceiling Dance

standing on fishes

“standing on fishes” is a dance about constant change, irrepressible movement and the oddness of looking forward and backward in time at once.

Kendra Epik

Alexa, Play a Sad Song

Technology is evolving exponentially; it is becoming evident that the possibilities within the human condition are limitless, and the adaptation of human emotion by artificial intelligence is at the precipice. Does this make them more or less human?

Lua Shayenne Dance Company


WAVES | VAGUES is a new work of dance, song, music and words that addresses power structures and takes an honest look at the arduous road to justice and unity.

Patricia Beatty

The High Heart

Her last piece of choreography, The High Heart, was Patricia Beatty’s final feminist statement.

SaMel Tanz

Enter the Avatar State

SaMel Tanz presents “Enter the Avatar State”, a journey of channeling the 4 earth elements through a dynamic collaboration of contemporary and hip hop movement.

Tickets for the Live Performances in High Park are Pay-What-You-Wish!

There is limited capacity for live performances due to the ongoing pandemic. As the province moves into Step 3 of re-opening, the capacity of the venue will slowly increase. To safely welcome more guests to the park, we have updated our ticketing structure. This new ticketing structure is still built with safety in mind, and we will continue to operate at significantly less than the provincially regulated 75% capacity.

Check back as tickets will continue to be released over the weeks leading up to the festival.

The 2021 edition of the dance: made in canada / fait au canada Festival is presented in partnership with Canadian Stage

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The 2021 edition of the dance: made in canada / fait au canada Festival is supported by:

  • Department of Canadian Heritage
  • Canada Council for the Arts
  • Ontario Arts Council
  • Toronto Arts Council
  • Lindy Green Family Charitable Foundation
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