Today in Toronto: The Telephone/A Hand of Bridge, Hot Docs, Paul Taylor and more

The Telephone/A Hand of Bridge These are two of the shortest operas you’ll ever hear—Samuel Barber’s A Hand of Bridge lasts about 10 minutes, and Gian Carlo Menotti’s The Telephone not much more than half an hour. Find out more »

Hot Docs North America’s largest documentary fest digs into the past for Ripping Reality: The B-Sides, a showcase of under-appreciated flicks from the past decade, while Made in Italy focuses on that country’s output. Find out more »

Paul Taylor At 80 years old, Paul Taylor may no longer deserve the “naughty boy” sobriquet given to him by Martha Graham, but he remains one of the pillars of modern American dance. Find out more »

Tiger Princess Dance Projects’ Mixed Repertoire The founder of Tiger Princess Dance Projects, Yvonne Ng, specializes in setting herself awkward challenges that she then elegantly overcomes. Find out more »


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