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An orange and red collage-style graphic that shows 1 image twice, flipped opposite from one another. It's shows a dancer carrying another dancer over his shoulder while there are numerous warped images of several dancers across their bodies. Imagery by Francesca Chudnoff
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welcome, we’ve been waiting

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Created by multi-hyphenate artist Rodney Diverlus for their inaugural production with the TDT Company, “welcome, we’ve been waiting” takes you on a journey of home and place, of fantasy, and finding your tribe.

A pastel-coloured illustration where two bubbly characters are covered in candy-aesthetic clothing and dancing on the sides. In the background is a pink diamond-tiled wall with purple show curtains pulled to the sides and a purple-tiled dance floor. In the centre is text Design by Sisi (Instagram @superstar_ink)
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Short&Sweet: Toronto Edition

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Get ready for the dance party of the summer! Short&Sweet features a roster of artists from an eclectic range of styles and aesthetics. All have the freedom to create whatever they want, as long as it is under three minutes in length!

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Devon Snell in Slow Dance by Marie Lambin-Gagnon. Photo by Jae Yang.

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We’re Toronto’s original dance provocateurs, bringing Toronto’s dance creativity to the world and the world to T.O.

TDT is the legendary artistic home and collaboration hub where, since 1968, curious creators, ensemble performers and audiences inspire each other to create and celebrate new explorations of dance that reflect our times, our diverse cultures and communities.

Ever fresh and adventurous, TDT is one of Canada’s leading innovators in dance while being one of the very few dance companies in the country with an ensemble of dancers. TDT is driven to make a significant impact in Canadian dance by developing new works, supporting artists in their choreographic practices, and creating empowering dance experiences in the community.

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TDT Company in RING by Ame Henderson. Photo by Ömer Yükseker.

Ever fresh and adventurous, TDT is one of Canada’s leading innovators in dance while being one of the very few dance companies in the country with an ensemble of dancers. TDT is driven to make a significant impact in Canadian dance by developing new works, supporting artists in their choreographic practices, and creating empowering dance experiences in the community.

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A close-of the high heels that a dancer is wearing. The heels are at two different heights, with the right heel having white fabric tied around the ankle in a knot. Devon Snell during a rehearsal with Mic. Carter for Performance Clash.
Mar 10 - 2022

TDT presents Performance Clash

TDT is excited to open the doors of the Winchester Street Theatre again for Performance Clash curated by Artistic Director Andrew Tay, live on stage from March 17 to 19 at 7:30 p.m. every night.

Performing on stage, a dancer is wearing long, orange and brown shorts. He is looking off to the right, leaning his upper body in the same direction, bending his elbows up by his shoulders. There are three shadows of him spotlighted onto the wall behind him. Yuichiro Inoue during collaborative creation with Troy Emery Twigg for Performance Clash. Photo by Ömer Yükseker. Lighting design by Noah Feaver.
Mar 23 - 2022

$236,200 Grant helps Toronto Dance Theatre enhance live and digital programming

TDT has been successful in its application for a Community Building Fund grant from the Government of Ontario, and a program delivered by the Ontario Trillium Foundation. This grant has allowed TDT to make great strides in improving equipment and infrastructure...

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