TO Live has put together a sensational new program called Uptown Moves, and on May 11, Torontonians (and visiting guests!) can experience a Korean-Canadian cultural trifecta that kicks off with the Canadian premiere of director So-hyun Park’s powerful documentary Like A Rolling Stone. Afterwards, guests can enjoy a sumptuous dinner catered by beloved local Korean Restaurant Song Cook’s, and finish the evening with a stunning dance performance by Dora Award–winning Human Body Expression and internationally renowned Art Project BORA. This is an incredible win that promises an unforgettable, jam-packed, thought-provoking, body-moving evening!

Uptown Moves, North York’s new and inspiring dance series, not only celebrates all forms of dance but also connects and spotlights overlooked audiences, dance forms and dance artists, creating an immersive and thought-provoking experience shared by the artists and audience alike.

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect to the history and technique of the dance form, chat over dinner with other dance lovers, or simply sit back and take in an exquisite performance that you won’t forget for years to come: Uptown Moves allows each audience member to design their own unique experience. And this dinner-doc-dance extravaganza is certainly that. Don’t miss Uptown Moves this weekend at the Toronto Centre for the Arts! Click here for more info, and get your tickets now before they’re all gone!


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