Past Productions

Rondos Dance Theatre has been putting on Productions since the early nineties across Canada.

Impact Fest: A Week of Contemporary Dance in Moncton

January 20, 2018
Atlantic Ballet Studios

Rondos Dance Theatre presents Unfolding in Moncton – ImpactFest | Atlantic Ballet Atlantique Canada

Rondos Dance Theatre presented, “Unfolding”, featuring dancer Clare Bassett, as part of Impact Fest in Moncton presented by the Atlantic Ballet Theatre.

Unfolding wws on January 20th at 7:30 p.m. at the Atlantic Ballet Studios (double bill with KasheDance)

About the performance:

This solo work by Saint John choreographer Georgia Rondos is an intimate look at the uncertainty and struggle we experience when writing things down on paper. A beautiful video by Nathan Savage accompanies the piece and depicts this struggle, desolation but also hope.




December 28, 2017
BLACK BOX Studio Theatre

An eclectic evening of dance presented in The Studio’s BLACK BOX Studio Theatre at 187 St James Street in Saint John, on Thursday, December 28th at 7:00 p.m.

Rondos Dance Theatre performed new & old work, including an excerpt from “Gwion Gwion”.



Community Celebration of the Arts

September 30, 2017

Rondos Dance Theatre presented: A Community Celebration of the Arts, featuring an array of performers from the Saint John Dance community. The show included Nawal Doucette, Karen Galbraith, Kelli Wray, Li-Hong Xu, Felicita, The Studio Dance School, Rondos Dance Theatre and musicians Adrienne Sayer Buckley, John Buckley,  Chris Buckley and Eason Zhang

Three Lights

June 10, 2017

Photos from performance, performers include: Liam Caines & Kleis Rondos-Duchesne (dancers), Seth O’Neill (voice), and Kevin Goggan (set design)

Photos from reception after the show!…


Moveable Walls and Five Part Ending

June 29, 2016

Dancers in this production include: Clare Bassett, dancer Ballet Ireland (and former dancer with Kelowna Ballet); Liam Caines dancer with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Liam also held a Residency with Rondos Dance Theatre in 2016.

Set design by Mary Fleet and costumes by Andrea Scott.

“I wish to see all your shows”

“Loved it wanted more”

“Five Part Ending was outstanding! Movable Walls was haunting, it moved me to tears!”