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Address: 55 Mill Street, Building 74 | Case Goods Warehouse, Studio 306, Toronto, Ontario M5A 3C4, Canada
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Artistic director Serge Bennathan's nine-person company has gained...

Artistic director Serge Bennathan's nine-person company has gained international recognition for its provocative mix of stylized physical movement and theater. One of the best-known works in its repertoire is Sable/Sand, which won a Dora Award for choreography.

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