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REAson d'etre dance productions are committed providing artistic expression through movement, inclusive of age, ability, level background, or race. We stage and program works based on Contact-Dance Improvisation so we can utilize the inclusiveness that can be a part of this dance form. Our vision is for both professional dancers and everyday people to be inspired and invigorated by Contact Dance Improvisation. This mandate involves initiatives that work to dismantle racism and other isms as their existence makes achieving our mandate not possible. We are committed to examining the art form of contact improvisation and acknowledging its history of inequity. We strive to educate ourselves and to take action to rectify these issues. The events of the last week remind us that we have a responsibility to stand up and speak out, for change. Along with arts organizations around the world, we are taking time to reflect and be in solidarity with the black community.

Vivian Chong's graph memoir "Dancing After TEN" in which Vivian tell her life story of losing her sight and finding her voice as a multidisciplinary artist has arrived in Toronto. We have 200 copies but sadley no show to sell them at. But we are goign to figure out a way to get them to people. If you want a copy email kathlee.rea@reasondetre.com.


 
     
  Online Functional Movement Workshops with Kathleen Rea
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  Online Toronto weekly Wednesday Dance Jam
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  Affiliated Blog Contact Improv Consent Culture is accepting submission (articles, poems, art) on the subject of dance practice in relation to consent. Send submissions to
kathleen.rea@reasondetre.com
 
 
  Check our productions that you can now see on-line on our production page!