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HOLY COWS! Toronto Premiere on March 23 - 25

Holy Cow(s)! runs rampant, toppling taboos of gender, identity, sexuality and cultural (mis)appropriation, provoking desire and derision through humor and eroticism infused, confused and diffused via a global dance.


This full-length work created by inDANCE's artistic director Hari Krishnan, also features solos choreographed by Sean Curran (New York City), David Brick (Philadelphia) and Jay Hirabayashi (Vancouver). Other collaborators include music composer Niraj Chag (London, U.K.) lighting designer Jack Caar (Connecticut) and costume/visual designer Rex (Toronto). Holy Cow(s)! is performed by seven talented Toronto dance artists: Paul Charbonneau, Beth Despres, Peter Hessel, Roney Lewis, Megan Nadain, Vinod Para and Xi Yi.


The venue for the production is at Toronto's Harbourfront Centre Theatre as part of DanceWorks 16/17 Mainstage season.

Show Times:
Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at 8pm
Fri, Mar 24, 2017 at 8pm
Sat, Mar 25, 2017 at 8pm

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Also Upcoming


Hari Krishnan has been invited to choreograph a new gender-bending production, ‘The Man who Married Himself’

Presented by Toronto Masque Theatre (TMT)
,with TMT's artistic director Larry Beckwith, composer Juliet Palmer, librettist Anna Chatterton, director Marie-Nathalie Lacoursière and a cast of singers Scott Belluz, Susha Rangarajan and Alex Samaras and dancers Jelani Ade-Lam and Sze-Yang Ade-Lam.

The performances are on March 10-11, 2017 at the brand new Crow’s Theatre.

As a special offer for inDANCE fans TMT is offering 25% off tickets by quoting the promo code INDANCE25.


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Press

Hari Krishnan (Dance)- The Spirit of South Asia documentary, Canada, 2010


Artistic director of inDANCE, Hari Krishnan shares some of his thoughts on spirituality, humanity and art making.

"The Spirit of South Asia" was aired on Digital specialty service One: the Body, Mind & Spirit channel which broadcasted a series of interstitial segments celebrating the spiritual and cultural life of Canada's South Asian community.

Toronto-based Sixteen Films Limited produced the two-minute “Spirit of South Asia” for the network. Kudos and Bravo to the One network and Sixteen Films Limited for producing this thoughtful, meaningful and path-breaking documentary!