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NEWS AND EVENTS

YOU ARE INVITED!

A bunch of us Toronto dance folks are getting together and throwing a party!

Why you ask?

Over the past few years there has been much change in our community coupled with post pandemic blues. Now, it's time to celebrate US!

Lifelong artists, emerging voices, dance enthusiasts, performance makers, shakers and all the rest. Come dance with us!

DJ, Snacks, Cash Bar. Everyone is welcome.

The Gathering - A SummerWorks event!

🗓  Sunday August 4th

🕗 8-10:30PM

📍 The Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance

💸 FREE

Party hosts

Moonhorse Dance Theatre

Citadel + Compagnie

Dancemakers

Dreamwalker Dance Comapny

CanAsian Dance

Toronto Dance Theatre

DanceWorks

dance Immersion

Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists - East Chapter

MDT has some exciting new staff introductions as we begin the year, and we hope you get a chance to get acquainted with these fine folks soon!

Introducing Orin T. McRey – Marketing/Communications and Media Manager (Right)

Introducing Heidi McDonald – MDT Administrative manager (Left)

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OLDER & RECKLESS   A huge heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who joined us for Older & Reckless this past weekend. A great time was had by all! We also extend our gratitude to the wonderful artists, both on and off stage, that made this production possible; Denise Clarke, Takako Segwa, Karen & Allen Kaeja, Hanna Kiel, Kevin A. Ormsby, Joel Valentin-Martinez, Heidi Chan, Julia Sasso, Bonnie Kim and all the wonderful Community Performance Project dancers.

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CONGRATULATIONS Allison Cummings for a beautiful first O&R production!   We are very excited to see what dance and community magic you continue to create at the helm of Moonhorse Dance Theatre as Artistic Director.

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Moonhorse Dance Theatre acknowledges the sacred land where we work. The site of human activity for over 15,000 years, this land is the traditional territory, Tkaronto, "where the trees meet the water"; "the gathering place" of many nations: the Wendat, the Haudenosaunee, and the Anishinaabe, including the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation.  We are grateful to have the opportunity to live, work and dance on this land.

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