Thank you for your interest in participating in the Fall for Dance North Festival, and our related events and activities. Please note, programming of artists in all festival events is by invitation only. Fall for Dance North Festival does not accept unsolicited submissions.


Should you wish to invite us to an upcoming studio showing or performance, or let us know of a tour or work in development, please contact us through

Other Opportunities

Open Studio


As part of our annual spring Open Studio at Union Station we release an open call for submissions for artists or companies who are already offering a company class or plan to be in rehearsal to apply to participate. Our Spring 2020 call is now closed. Please check back for future opportunities. 

International Presenters Program


For more information about our international presenters program, a platform for Toronto and Ontario based artists and companies to showcase tour-ready works to presenters/ programmers from across Canada and abroad, and how to participate, visit our IPP page.

Photo Credits: Top down, left to right:

Ballet Kelowna,. Photo by Marlowe Porter| Ryerson School of Performance in a modern dance class taught by Louise Laberge-Côté. Photo by Marlowe Porter. | FFDN 2018 IPP Attendees. Photo by Lenka Life Phootgraphy

Artistic Director 

FFDN Office

230-4936 Yonge Street

Toronto, ON

M2N 6S3



Festival Box Office

For all Ticketed Performances




Group Sales

Lily Sutherland


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Murray Paterson

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Laura Murray

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Ryerson Theatre

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Union Station

65 Front St. W, Toronto, ON

We respectfully acknowledge the sacred land on which Fall for Dance North operates, and upon which our events and activities take place.  It has been a site of human activity for over 15,000 years and it is the traditional territory of the Wendat, the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinaabe, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit, in addition to other peoples, both named and unnamed.  Today, the meeting place of Tkaronto is still home to many Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work in this community, and on this territory.

Fall for Dance North thanks the following funding partners for their ongoing support: