• Announcement of the 2017/18 Season is coming soon.

    The dates of the for the shows are: Nov. 30-Dec. 2, Feb. 8-9, May 3-5



  • WCD’s 2017 Annual General Meeting

    WCD’s 2017 Annual General Meeting will be held Thursday October 26, 7:00pm, in the Rachel Browne Theatre, 204-211 Bannatyne Ave. We would love to see you there!

  • Summer Classes with Johanna Riley August 21-25, 28-Sept. 1

    “My classes combine contemporary and modern dancer techniques with elements of athletic training, yoga, Mitzvah Technique, and improvisation.”

    When: Monday to Friday, 9:45-11:15

    Where: The Rachel Browne Theatre, 204-211 Bannatyne Ave.

    Who: Classes are open to all members of the professional dance community, and new and current students of the Senior Professional Program of the School of Contemporary Dancers. Perfect for getting back into dancing shape for the fall!

    How: Register and pay online anytime at, or in person after June 1

    If you have questions please email, or call 204-452-0229

    Cost: $10.00/single class, $40.00/five classes, $75.00/all ten classes



    *EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT! Register and pay by June 16 and pay only $70.00 for all ten classes!

    As Though I Had Wings




  • WCD Fundraiser featuring Dash and the Dots

    As Though I had Wings

    Join WCD Artistic Director Brent Lott on Thursday, May 25th for an energetic evening of music and dance. The evening will feature live music by Dash and the Dots, as well as a screening of Lott’s 1999 piece “i went by a clean name” featuring Paula Blair, Lesandra Dodson, Linnea Swan and Treasure Waddell, with original music by Lori Freedman.Tickets are $10 and are available by calling WCD at (204) 452-0229, or with cash at the door!

    Source: (3) WCD Fundraiser featuring Dash and the Dots

  • International Dance Day

    LANDSCAPE DANCING in honour of International Dance Day
    Old Market Square
    April 29, 2017
    Dancers: Drive Dance, SCD Professional Program, Eduardo
    Stephanie Ballard, Director of Winnipeg Dance Preservation Initiative and WCD Archivist
    Peter Quanz, Director of QDance
    Photo: Leif Norman

    Thank you to Stephanie, Peter and the dancers for advocating and raising awareness for our community on International Dance Day!

  • Thank You!

    WCD would like to thank our sponsors,patrons,dancers for an exciting 2016/17 season.

    The run of Anything But Absolute Zero was completely sold out,what a great way to end the season!





  • Cotton Handkerchiefs and Dog’s Tears

    WCD is proud to present this duet in our final show of the season ANYTHING BUT ABSOLUTE ZERO -April 27-29th at WCD.

    A premiere of an enigmatic duet choreographed by Walter Carsen Prize winner Tedd Robinson, performed by Winnipeg’s own Robyn Thomson Kacki and Dora Award winner Susie Burpee. Encounter worlds within worlds and experience the ritual and the magic of Cotton Handkerchiefs and Dog’s Tears.


    Photo: Mark Dela Cruz

    Source: Inbox – – Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers Mail

  • WCD Announces new show sponsor!



    is very pleased to announce

    a new




    The King’s Head Pub & Eatery

    for their very generous sponsorship

    of the final show of our season,




    a family owned restaurant and bar

    that has been in the Exchange District

    for 30 years!


    Featuring delicious English pub and Indian food, this mainstay of the

    Exchange also has a fully stocked bar and a large range of craft beers on tap!


    Check them out before our shows for a fabulous meal and/or for a drink

    after our shows to discuss what you just experienced at WCD.




  • “Falling” at WCD and Dance Matters 

    Anything But Absolute Zero at WCD April 27-29th 8pm.

    Falling explores the pleasure and the pain, the suffering and the euphoria of love. It follows the trajectory of a couple who journey from total vulnerability to complete estrangement, from naked trust to layers of barriers between them. Using music from Vivaldi’s  The Four Seasons, we see all seasons of the couple’s relationship. Moments ranging from the elation of infatuation, the symbiosis of partnership, the absurdity of sex, and the necessary back and forth struggle to remain together makes this new dance work a beautifully tragic take on love and loss.

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  • WCD ANNUAL DINNER & DANCE -Thank you for making this event a success!



    Dinner and Dance  at The Peasant Cookery ~ April 2nd 6pm

    Tickets $90 (includes $40 charitable tax receipt)

    Tickets can be purchased at or call 204 452-0229


    First Course

    Israeli couscous salad, arugula and spinach, goat cheese and toasted walnuts

    Chicken and zucchini noodle soup

    Second Course

    Steelhead trout, wild rice pilaf, green beans, champagne buerre blanc

    Flank steak, braised Brussel sprouts, brown butter whipped potatoes, red wine jus

    Pork tenderloin, crispy parmesan potatoes, green beans, almonds, roasted red pepper relish

    Vegetarian Option

    Quinoa, almond-current vegetable pilaf with smoked zucchinni

    Third Course


    Crème Brule