Over the past couple of years, contemporary dance has become an important part of my cultural experience. The art form has never failed to take me somewhere—sometimes an easily identifiable place, but more often than not, and most impressively, to intensely human areas that are difficult, if not impossible, to articulate in words.
Seeing titan of the industry, Louise Lacavalier, my appreciation of the form increased exponentially as she performed Stations. Presented by Fou glorieux and Harbourfront Centre, three days seems like such a brief engagement, but everybody else deserves a chance to see her too, I guess. Continue Reading