Theatre

Ryerson Dances impresses and awes

Ryerson Dances impresses and awes

Ryerson students have got some serious skills — dancing skills, that is. On Nov. 23, The Ryersonian attended Ryerson Dances 2013, a dance performance highlighting work by bachelor of fine arts (BFA) students in third and fourth year from the Ryerson Theatre School. Throughout their four years of study, students undergo intensive daily dance training in modern, ballet and jazz. […]

by Sarah Warne· · Arts & Life, Theatre

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by Jordan White· · Arts & Life, Theatre
VIDEO: Great Scott! A DeLorean transformer takes the Ryersonian back to the future

VIDEO: Great Scott! A DeLorean transformer takes the Ryersonian back to the future

Story by: Robby Frankel Producer: Joshua McLean Where Venessa Koch is going, she won’t need roads. Because when the pavement runs out, the Ryerson theatre grad’s DeLorean costume (the iconic ’80s ride from the Back to the Future movies) impressively transforms into, well, a transformer. Confusing?Maybe. Amazing? Definitely. The costume, made of corrugated plastic, is a near-perfect replica of Doc […]

Ryerson dancers perform their final piece, Rouge, on opening night.   
Photo Courtesy of Wendy Chan

Students dance to the beat

All eyes were fixed on the young dancer who faced the crowd. She was dressed in pyjamas, her hair in pigtails, and was holding a can of whipped cream. It was the scene of an upset girl, as she brooded in her bedroom. There was no music. Instead, this was the first and only dancer of the night to communicate […]

by Kailah Bharath· · Arts & Life, Theatre
Unlocking the Unexpected: A review of New Voices 2013

Unlocking the Unexpected: A review of New Voices 2013

The stage lights rise and the play begins. A mentally ill mother returns to her family home, which she has left two year ago. She becomes overwhelmed by the sight of her husband and decides to lock herself in the bathroom. Now is when things begin to take a strange turn. The mother’s 23-year-old son reunites with her in the […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Arts & Life, Theatre
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