princess productions

Organization Details

476 Parliament St.
Toronto , ON
M5V 1T2

Phone: 4165338577


princess productions is the keystone of Yvonne Ng's activities as an Artistic Director, Choreographer, Performer, Teacher, Presenter, Producer and Curator of contemporary dance. The organization is an incorporated, not-for-profit, charitable organization. The mission of the organization supports the activities of tiger princess dance projects and dance: made in canada/fait au canada. * Through tiger princess dance projects (tpdp), I am interested in creating and preserving dance works with a unique Canadian perspective that reflect my personal, artistic vision that involve experimentation and collaboration with other artistic disciplines. * Through dance: made in canada/fait au canada (d:mic/fac), I provide performance opportunities to Canadian choreographers of artistic merit, many of whom would otherwise have to self-present their work. d:mic/fac presents emerging companies/artists who are starting to form a national and international presence on a shared platform with established companies/artists. Yvonne Ng is a recipient of the 2016 Jacqueline Lemieux Prize, Soulpepper Community Arts Award, K.M. Hunter Artist Award, the New Pioneers Arts Award, Chalmers Arts Fellowship and a Dora Mavor Moore Award for best performance (ensemble) and in 2007, the Ontario Premier’s Award for Excellence in the Arts – New Talent Award. Yvonne was also the Artistic Director of Series 8:08 (1994 - 2015). .

Thoughts About Art and Community

Thoughts about art and community: An important part of the artistic vision for both divisions of princess productions (tpdp and d:mic/fac) is to give more than just artistic "product" back to the community. I believe that the arts should be accessible to all and work within tpdp and d:mic/fac to make this possible


Contemporary dance - creation, production, presentation Education - we have been running a program called Swallowing Clouds in twenty branches of the Toronto Public Library since 2007. We focus on participants aged 9 to 12 that facilitates creative exploration Festival - the dance: made in canada / fait au canada platform has been running since 2001. This august at the Betty Oliphant Theatre we will be presenting the original works of 18 of Canada's most interesting and engaging choreographers.