A celebration of our amazing recreational dance program with a delightful evening of new works in progress and a sharing of the artistry and creativity!
Our annual end-of-season production, presented by GCTC. Stay tuned for details on this spectacular production! Book it in your calendar and check back for ticket details by the spring. (If you subscribe to our e-newsletter, we will take care of that stay-tuned part for you!)
Renewal and a fecund attitude comes with spring and with it a reflection of our winter adventures. Propeller Dance once again, has achieved yet another ‘first-in-Canada’ with leading a Canadian-led Integrated Dance Intensive this past February in Calgary. We were invited by Pam Boyd, Artistic Director of Calgary’s MoMo Dance Theatre, to lead a week-long […]CONTINUE READING →
We’re pleased to share this recent documentary short on Propeller Dance by student film maker Catherine Knight from Australia! Thanks Catherine! It includes great rehearsal footage of our works Flesh and Spokes and Deliverables by in-house choreographers Soutter & Weaver from our upcoming show at the GCTC, take a sneak peak!CONTINUE READING →
Come one, come all! We’re excited to debut our new website to the Propeller Dance community and beyond. We’ve re-designed everything from top to bottom, left to right, and everywhere in between. New content, new photos, new blog! We’re happy to have a new site that reflects how much we’ve grown over the years. We’re especially […]CONTINUE READING →
Blog post by Michael Mascarin On Saturday, July 18, Propeller Dance, a company from Ottawa, performed at the Harbourfront Centre. They performed at Ontario’s Celebration Zone during the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games for the Toronto audience. All of the members of the company have different abilities and they perform together to create beautiful dances. Two […]CONTINUE READING →
I love diving into a brand new choreography, there are always so many unexplored possibilities and Renata Soutter’s piece Flesh & Spokes for Propeller’s upcoming show at the Great Canadian Theatre Company is no exception! The process of creating Flesh & Spokes has been a fascinating and unique one. Being in a power wheelchair, it has […]CONTINUE READING →