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Like me more like me

By Toronto Dance Theatre

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Starts on Wed, Apr 3, 2013 8:00 PM EDT


Winchester Street Theatre 80 Winchester Street Toronto, Ontario M4X 1B2 Canada


In association with Toronto Dance Theatre and the Brussels/Toronto Project:

Like me more like me

April 3 & 4, 2013 (8pm)
Winchester Street Theatre, 80 Winchester Street.

While in Toronto as a guest choreographer for Toronto Dance Theatre’s upcoming production the Brussels/Toronto Project, Brussels-based Swiss choreographer Thomas Hauert will present two performances of Like me more like me, his 2009 collaboration with American performance artist Scott Heron, a familiar face from the New York avant-garde scene.

Taking as a starting point the idea of ‘twoness’, this smallest and most emotional form of human connection, Hauert and Heron confront sensibilities and playfully search for completeness.

A ZOO/Thomas Hauert production.

Watch a video excerpt

Tickets: $15 Student/Senior/CADA | $20 General

Special Ticket Offer:

Purchase tickets to both Like me more like me and the Brussels/Toronto Project* for only
$30 Student/Senior/CADA or $40 General.

*You will be promted to choose your ticket date for the Brussels/Toronto Project when you purchase: April 18-21 & 25-27. Regular priced tickets to Brussels/Toronto are $20-26.

More information about the Brussels/Toronto Project

About the organizer

Toronto Dance Theatre was founded in 1968 by dancer/choreographers Peter Randazzo, Patricia Beatty and David Earle. Over the last fifty years, the company has produced a unique body of original Canadian choreography and influenced the artistic development of dancers, choreographers, and other artists from across the country. As a touring company, TDT has had a major impact on the development of audiences for dance in Canada; last year TDT performed from coast to coast in Canada and in two cities in Colombia.

Under Christopher House’s direction, the company has opened its doors to collaborations with a wide variety of Canadian and international artists in many disciplines. International exchanges with choreographers from Berlin, Paris, Brussels and New York have brought stimulating new perspectives to the Toronto dance scene, as has the company’s work with post-modern icon Deborah Hay. TDT’s biennial Emerging Voices Project and annual Creation Residencies support the development of the next generation of dance artists; outreach events such as the In Conversation series facilitate an exchange of ideas between artists and the audience, and TDT’s Education program offers an immersive dance experiences for young audiences in the GTA. TDT’s dancers are a diverse group of highly skilled artists who play an essential role in the creative process.

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