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Toronto-based dancer Carmen Romero transforms grief into art

In the opening moments of Jacinto, Toronto-based dancer Carmen Romero lies with her back on a small box, her face straining toward the audience. The show is an exploration of her feelings and ultimate coming to terms with father’s death and the opening act is about allowing the spirits of death inside her to fly away freely.

The Globe and Mail

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