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Third-year, Sierra Richardson and fourth-year, Connor Mitton, rehearse before Ryerson Dances 2016 launches. (Courtesy Megan Stephens)

Ryerson Dances 2016

Juggling course work, electives and rehearsing for a major production may seem unmanageable to most. But it’s what Ryerson dance students have been doing for the last two months in preparation for their annual fall production. Ryerson Dances, the School of Performance’s showcase for third and fourth-year students, brings together 62 dancers to perform three brand new routines. The dancers […]

Ryerson Dances poster. (courtesy of Ryerson Theatre School)

Performance of a lifetime: Ryerson dancers team up with famous choreographer Kudelka

Kudelka meets Ryerson Dances 2015 runs from Nov. 24-28 at the Ryerson Theatre, 44 Gerrard St. E.

by Tiffany Crawford-Christie· · Arts & Life, Theatre
Ryerson Dances ‘Into the Storm’

Ryerson Dances ‘Into the Storm’

When tragedy strikes, sometimes it’s hard to find the light in all the darkness. But choreographer Hanna Kiel has done just that. With the help of 19 Ryerson dance students she will be translating her personal experiences with death and illness into a contemporary dance piece, using movement and lights in place of words and pictures to tell her story. […]

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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