performances

November 2017

Guest Artist Profile: Jasmyn Fyffe

November 16th, 2017|

Jasmyn Fyffe, who is creating a new work for our second year dancers, is a performer and choreographer, and the director of Jasmyn Fyffe Dance. She started dancing at age six, training in African-Caribbean dance and ballet. Then in high school she focused more on soccer, track and field, and basketball. But when she […]

Alumni Profile: Sharon B. Moore

November 16th, 2017|

Sharon B. Moore, one of the School’s Resident Choreographers, is creating a new work for our first year dancers, for IMPULSE 2017. We asked her to tell us about her adventures in dance. Here’s her response.

It’s been a golden life so far. I am an artist. A distinct privilege and a massive passion that is […]

Student Profile: Kristen-Innes Stambolic

November 16th, 2017|

Recently we caught up with the President of the School’s Student Council, Kristen Stambolic, to see how her third year is going.

Kristen grew up here in Toronto and still lives in the house where she grew up. She attended Rosedale Heights School of the Arts, not far from the School, and remembers coming […]

June 2017

Grads shine at the Dora Awards

June 28th, 2017|

The School of Toronto Dance Theatre graduates win Dora Mavor Moore Awards for:

  • Outstanding Production
  • Outstanding Performance – Female
  • Outstanding Performance – Male
  • Outstanding Performance – Ensemble

We’d like to congratulate our alumni winners including:

Heidi Strauss – Outstanding Production for her work … what it’s like;

Michael Caldwell – Outstanding Performance – Male for …[…]

April 2017

GATHERING MOMENTUM 2017

April 19th, 2017|

GATHERING MOMENTUM is the Opening Night Fundraising Performance to benefit The School of Toronto Dance Theatre. We invite our local community, artists, arts supporters, and business professionals to join in supporting the future generations of Canadian contemporary dancers.

GATHERING MOMENTUM 2017 showcases the students from all three […]

January 2017

Focus on Newfoundland: Hilary Knee and Philip McDermott

January 13th, 2017|

We are continuing our virtual travel around the country, paying a visit to Canada’s most easterly province – Newfoundland and Labrador. Known for its warm and friendly people and breathtaking scenery, the province has strong connections with the School. The Artistic Advisor to the Professional Training Program and Artistic Director of Toronto Dance Theatre […]