“My dancers have always been individuals, powerful and clear, and they have touched people profoundly on every continent.”

Dancetheatre David Earle has scheduled technique classes for adults, to encourage and inspire through physical motivation.  The dance language evolved by David Earle through his 50+ year career experience.  

Beginning with his experience in the Toronto Children's Players, through the early days of the National Ballet School, to studies in 1960's New York with Martha Graham and her Company, performance with Jose Limon, assistant to the founding of the London Contemporary Dance Company, a 28 year experience as co-founder of Toronto Dance Theatre, and now Founder and Director of DtDE since 1997, David Earle has developed his own unique dance language that aspires to recover the humanity within the human instrument.

Read David's full biography here.


Spring 2017 Session begins March 31st!






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What is a "CADA subsidy?"

The Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists (CADA) supports the professional dance community with a specialized interest in the status of the independent dance artist. CADA works to empower and educate their members in self-representation by providing entrepreneurial resources needed for a successful career.

Classes at DtDE are eligible to CADA members for partial reimbursement through their Training Subsidy Program.

The Training Subsidy Program reimburses Professional and Emerging Artist members for the costs of physical dance training. CADA members may claim 60% of their training costs up to $325 per membership year for training that takes place in Canada.

For more information on CADA Subsidies, visit the CADA Ontario website.