Dirty Feet

No More Radio presents Dirty Feet; a podcast on the topic of dance and movement-based performing arts. Unique, informed and accessible dialogue surrounding artistic creation, the dance industry and the role of movement in people’s lives.

No More Radio vous présente Dirty Feet; un podcast (émission parlée en baladodiffusion) qui traite de danse et tout art du mouvement. Le podcast engendre des dialogues qui englobent les différents thèmes de la créativité artistique, du rôle du mouvement dans la vie des gens, de l’interaction entre ce secteur des arts et la population, etc.

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Latest Episode

#175 • Anik Bouvrette & Tara Luz Danse • EN

October 19, 2016

Anik Bouvrette is a Franco-Ontarian choreographer and the Founder, Artistic Director & General Manager of Tara Luz Danse. The francophone contemporary dance company creates and tours work for all ages. Tara Luz Danse has an active process of engaging the public through school visits, workshops and audience development initiatives. The company is based in the Shenkman Arts Centre, located in the east Ottawa community of Orléans, where their latest production, Les bâtons, will be presented this October.


#174 • Amanda Bon • EN

October 15, 2016

Amanda Bon is a professional dancer, pilates instructor, musician and scientist. In this interview she reveals her career experience, her adventure overcoming an injury and returning to dance, and her work with the company, Tara Luz Danse.

Photo by Andrew Balfour

#173 • Public Recordings • EN

October 12, 2016

Public Recordings is a Toronto-based performance company rooted in dance. They are touring their work, what we are saying this fall, wrapping up with a presentation at the Ottawa Dance Directive. This episode features an interview with Associate Artist, Ame Henderson and Collaborator & Performer, Katie Ewald about the company and the work.

#172 • Serge Bennathan & Les Productions Figlio • EN

September 28, 2016

Serge Bennathan founded the Vancouver based company Les Productions Figlio in 2006 after spending 16 years as the artistic director of Toronto’s Dancemakers. This 12-time Dora Award nominee (two-time winner) incorporates dance, theatre, music, multi-media, visual art and literary works into his choreographic creations. The company has a repertoire of seven full-length works including Just Words which premiered in Vancouver earlier this year. We discuss his blending of media, creative process and how it relates to Just Words in particular. This fall Serge is presenting the piece at the Ottawa Dance Directive and at The Citadel in Toronto.