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 history with Peggy Baker, and the making of unmoored, a dance-storytelling solo Peggy premieres as part of Map by Years.

Read Sarah's blog here "I think we are all in the middle of a mystery, and each of us experiences in our lives some kind of intricate predicament." - Sarah Chase

Only 2 classes left in this series!

GYROKINESIS® Workshops with Andrea Nann

Hosted by Peggy Baker Dance Projects

Come and find your inner ocean.

Monday, February 19

Thursday, February 22

10:00am - 11:30am

at Canada's National Ballet School, 404 Jarvis St.

Fees: $15.00 per class (drop in)

Classes are open to the public.

We recommend bringing your own water bottle.


Body Space Creation Place continues February 25 in Burlington!!

Co-hosted by Burlington Performing Arts Centre and Dreamwalker Dance Company.

This session will be facilitated by Megan English and Kate Lowe

Sunday February 251pm - 2:30pm

440 Locust St., Burlington, Ontario

An upcoming performance by Dreamwalker collaborator Aria Evans!

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