Visit tiger princess dance projects if you are:
- A dance artist wanting to explore our repertoire
- A presenter and are looking to connect with our repertoire
- A school group wanting to bring dance education to your classrooms
- A parent who wants to enroll your child in one of our unique programmes
- A seniors group who want to make moving a part of your routine
- A wannabe mover who has always wanted to take a dance class
princess productions was founded in 1995 by Yvonne Ng and became a registered sole proprietorship in 1996. The company was then incorporated in 1999 and became a registered charity in 2000. Since its beginnings, princess productions has commissioned, produced and presented over thirty works and dance films, which have received critical and commercial acclaim across Canada, Australia and Singapore. The works: Language, Treehouse, My past follows like dragon’s tail, Stone Velvet and Fading Shadows/Returning Echoes, STICKS garnered seven Dora Mavor Moore Award nominations for performance and choreography in 1998, 2000, 2005, 2011 and 2017.
As an immigrant, I’m in awe of this glorious country and am grateful for the contributions and stewardship of these lands by the peoples that went before me. This land that we create our art on holds thousands of years of human history and on behalf of princess productions’ board, our artists, our artistic and production team, we pay respect and acknowledge the First peoples who have been living on these lands for thousands of years.
It can be said that making art is the summation and expression of who we are, and it is only through recognizing our history that we have the opportunity to create and share our art with you.
We recognize that our work takes place on the traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat peoples and is home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples from across Turtle Island. Please join me in respecting and honouring the traditional caretakers of this land.
In my efforts to learn more about where I currently lay my head and live, my research has led me to different resources that I would like to share with you. Please feel free to check out the resources below to support you in your efforts towards reconciliation. No research is exhaustive or perfect. There’s more out there to learn, appreciate and get to know. If i’ve made any errors, I apologize and welcome your feedback – email@example.com.
– Yvonne Ng
This is not an exhaustive list, but a place to start.
- Native Land
- The Assembly of First Nations
- Indigenous Services Canada (Government of Canada)
- Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres
- Indigenous Canada Coursera Class
- The Haudenosaunee Confederacy
- The Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation
- The Six Nations of the Grand River
- The Anishinabek Nation
- La Nation Huronne-Wendat
- Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre
Jolene Bailie, Peggy Baker, Susie Burpee, Robert Cameron, Marie-Josée Chartier, Susanne Chui, Luce Couture, David Danzon, Pascal Desrosiers, Katherine Duncanson, Eleanor Engelman, Linda Ewen, Michelle Farwell, Mairead Filgate, Aviva Fleising, Marie France Forcier, Patricia Fraser, Kristin Fung, Frank Galati, Margie Gillis, Catherine Gordon, Pamela Hammond, Adina Herling Davids, Kate Jarrett, Allen Kaeja, Ivona Kucerova, Kallee Lins, Maryann Madore, Jason Maghanoy, Lana Morton, Selma Odom, Alan Page, Natasha Poon Woo, Kathleen Rea, Andrea Roberts, Edward Robinson, Lincoln Shand, Debashis Sinha, Lee Slinger, Michael Slobodian, Jacquie Thomas
Our activities are generously supported by: