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This #50Friday we celebrate our 1991 grad Gregor Breedy, who has danced with Andre Ettienne Dance, Astor Johnston Dance, Barataria Best Village Group, Carol La Chapelle Dance, Gina Lori Riley Dance, and Trinidad East Indian Dance. He won Best Male Dancer (1995-2000) and Best Choreographer (1995-97, 2005-07, 2012, and 2014-16) in Trinidad and Tobago. Gregor talks about his time at the School: “A dance institution where the uncomfortable period of looking and feeling awkward rapidly evaporates; where dancers of various heights, weights, nationalities, abilities, and learning proclivities move in harmony. Can only be described as ‘a Celestial Connection’.” Thanks, Gregor! 📷 Karen Johnstone Motionography #50Friday #gradflash ... See MoreSee Less

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Thinking about a career in dance? Come and chat with us at Dancing Through College & Beyond this Saturday in New York City! Learn more at www.dancewave.org/DTCB ... See MoreSee Less

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This #50Friday we celebrate Louis Laberge-Côté, our stellar 2000 grad, who will be premiering his new work The art of degeneration at the end of this month, at The Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance, 304 Parliament St. Multidisciplinary, collaborative, and artistically risky, this is a deeply moving choreography that is inspirational, thought-provoking, intuitive, and compelling. Don’t miss it! For more info: ow.ly/IuIr30lUdx1 Cheers, Louis! 📷 La Berlue Média @louislabergecote ... See MoreSee Less

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Thinking about a career in dance? Train with us in our full-time, 3-year, post-secondary conservatory dance program. Come and chat with us! ... See MoreSee Less

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This #50Friday we salute our 2006 grad Brendan Wyatt, one of the country’s most sought-after independent artists. Brendan has collaborated on projects with adelheid, blackandblue dance projects, Bouchardanse, The Dietrich Group, Dreamwalker Dance Company, ProArteDanza, and Tiger Princess Dance Projects, among many others. At times, he seems to be ubiquitous! Catch him whenever you can! 📷 Jeremy Mimnagh #50friday #gradflash #brendanwyatt ... See MoreSee Less

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It's time for another #50Friday! Shout out to 2012 grad Helen Cox, who has been dancing, choreographing, and teaching in London, England since leaving the School. She recently performed with fellow grad Andrew Swan, in a gallery food-and-dance event, which sounds like great fun! She’s also been involved in a project this year with fellow Canadian Ross McKim, former director of the prestigious Rambert School. Her many other teaching gigs include: practitioner with The Royal Opera House’s Chance to Dance; teacher with The Royal Ballet School’s PrimarySTEPS; animateur with Essential Alston, Richard Alston Dance Company; freelance teacher with Central School of Ballet in Creative Choreography; and founder and teacher of Children’s Contemporary Dance at Canada Water Studios. Cheers, Helen! 📷 We Own Cameras and Glen Co @helencox.dance ow.ly/2Yqp30lUbCA ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to our partners in dance, Toronto Dance Theatre, on the launch of their exciting new 2018-19 season! Check it out: www.tdt.org. #partnersindance #tdt18.19 has launched! Check out our exciting new season at www.tdt.org ... See MoreSee Less

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