Toronto Dance Theatre's Timecode Break was immediately acclaimed as a stunning creation when it opened the Canada Dance Festival in Ottowa in 2006. Simultaneously choreographed for stage and video, it sets the live performers alongside screen projections of themselves. Duets between stage and screen, new focuses through simultaneous close-ups, shifts of time between live and filmed images -- all these are integrated with razor-sharp dancing, lightning fast unisons, fierce counterpoint and powerful solos.
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