Next week in Toronto!

Don't miss Andrea Nann performing Krishna's Mouth by Peggy Baker with cellist Anne Bourne (Feb 21, 23 & 24 at 8pm). This landmark solo will also be danced by Natasha Bakht (Feb 22, 24 at 3pm, & 25 at 3pm). Peggy Baker is also back on stage in unmoored, a new work by Sarah Chase. The program also features: Her Heart - danced by Jessica Runge with pianist Peter Longworth and Portal - danced alternately by Kate Holden (Feb 21, 23, 24) and Mairi Greig (Feb 22, 24 at 3pm, 25 at 3pm) The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen West Tickets available here Unfolding: Mapping a Journey, a blog by Peggy Baker Dance Projects Core Dreamwalker collaborator Sarah Chase discusses her work, her thirty year

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