Contemporary Dance Technique and Repertoire Workshop

with special guest instructor

Darryl Tracy

Saturday, September 10
Imperial Theatre
Saint John
Cost: $20

Photo: Jeremy Mimnagh

Darryl Tracy is an independent dance artist, choreographer and senior faculty member at the School of Toronto Dance Theatre.

The workshop will consist of movement phrases and contemporary dance technique.

Repertoire includes With Far Arms, created by Darryl Tracy for Connection Dance Works.


Ages 12 and up. Some dance experience necessary. $20


To Register: Contact the Imperial Theatre Box Office (506) 674-4100 or 1-800-323-SHOW (7469)

Darryl Tracy is a Toronto-based independent dance artist (choreographer, interpreter, teacher and producer). He is a senior faculty member at the School of Toronto Dance Theatre.  As a dancer has created many roles by most of Canada's leading choreographers; Peggy Baker, Darcey Callison, Marie-Josee Chartier, Lesandra Dodson, Michael DuMaresq,  Jenn Goodwin, Patti Powell, Julia Sasso, Michelle Silagy, Holly Small, Heidi Strauss, Michael Trent, and Gerry Trentham.  Tracy and Heidi Strauss were co-artistic directors of four chambers Dance Projects from 1998-2006 and he was part of the company Sylvain Émard Danse in Montreal for over 4 years dancing and touring in Émard's Temps de chien. He has created over 24 of his own works through commissions and self-produced productions. Most recently, he has choreographed for Connection Dance Works (NB), L’Ecole de Danse Contemporain du Montreal, The School of Toronto Dance Theatre, Tanya Crowder, Park Avenue Dance Company (New York),  and L'Espace du Mouvement (Montreal). Darryl’s new work “another way of telling you” (a dance installation) was performed at The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives as a part of Buddies and Bad Times Rhubarb Festivalin February 2015. His work "How hard does the Earth hit you?" created on The School of Contemporary Dancers was performed at New Dance Horizons festival and the Canada Dance Festival in June 2016. Darryl is a Board Member of adelheid dance projects and also works part-time as a neuro-based rehabilitation physiotherapist with Physio-Logic Neuro Rehab and Toronto Rehab Institute-Lyndhurst Center.

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