“Dance is one of my first passions when it comes to lighting,” says Christopher Dennis. Luckily, Dennis has been able to parlay that passion into a career, first as lighting coordinator, then as resident lighting designer at the National Ballet of Canada in Toronto, where he celebrates his tenth season this year. He also designs on a freelance basis when his schedule at the Ballet allows. The company performs in Toronto's Hummingbird Center with home seasons in November, February, and late ...
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