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
Introducing guest blogger, Monday night adult dance class participant, and beautiful visually-impaired dancer in and out of her wheelchair, Faith Girvan!CONTINUE READING
Below is the continuation of some tips and suggestions to help create a well-rounded warm-up before dancing.CONTINUE READING
On February 12 and 13, Propeller Dance took to the GCTC Studio for two sold-out shows and the first public showcase of their GCTC residency. FUSE, presented by GCTC, featured three works-in-progress.CONTINUE READING
Community Day 2014 was such a wonderful event! We love it when the Propeller Community comes together to showcase what we’ve been working on, celebrate each other, and see all of our friends. The talented Alvin Sim took these photos of the festivities — take a peek! [Not a valid template]CONTINUE READING
The initial thrill of being invited to be the GCTC dance-company-in-residence has only intensified over the past few weeks as Propeller has prepared for its debut performance in the Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre.CONTINUE READING
Collaboration, connection, togetherness… This is so much of what we are building at Propeller Dance while making great art (hopefully! You be the judge).CONTINUE READING
Preparing for anything in life is important, but especially so for dancers.
We need to train to be healthy, fit, strong, and flexible in order to perform any movement. We also need to express without words, so we need to train to have an open, clear mind, and to access our emotions and spirit on demand.CONTINUE READING
Join us on February 12 and 13 for FUSE, presented by GCTC. Tickets are available at the GCTC Box Office. bout the show:
Love, Interdependence, and iPads
A sensory feast of movement by dancers of all abilities.
On the road with the Propeller Dance Company has been an honour as well as an immense learning experience. Three words reflect the most recent trip to the inner-city of Toronto in a nutshell – the unexpected, the community, and the professionalism.CONTINUE READING