The Toronto Fringe Festival will return July 6-17, 2022 in-person with 100 shows at 11 venues featuring dance, comedy, musicals, and solo shows. Six of these shows will be dance shows! They are listed below:
Between Root and Bloom
A collaborative creation between contemporary dancers and musicians exploring identity, personal history, and the nature of growth.
Rapley Dance Projects
Confronting Space evaluates the concept of confinement. Both mentally and physically, the dancers examine restrictions, small spaces, and rules, while defying their relationships to boundaries.
Kylie Thompson Dance
3 women sink their teeth into an ultra physical dance theatre piece. An examination of what it means, how it feels, what it looks like. Where we’ve been, where we’re headed, who we came from.
Second Sleep Stage Occasions
A troupe of traditional Korean drummers, dancers and musicians mounts a performance—weaving ritual & theatre with dance & music, punctuated by plenty of drumming.
This contemporary dance experience offers a vignette of all that can be lost and gained in love.
Sleeping, tucked in the lonely Purple
tiger princess dance projects
Sleeping, Tucked in the lonely Purple expresses the lived experiences of three senior-citizen artists in a dance work, asking the question ‘Where or in what time space does identity reside?’