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Drew Berry

Scribe, Resident Photographer/Videographer, Production Assistant

Kaeja Projects: Kaeja's Dance Ontario Lifetime Achievement Award Celebration (2020), Heart of the Park (2019, 2020), plus more

Drew Berry is a Toronto-based dancer, thespian, photographer, musician and teacher. Drew has been working with Kaeja d’Dance since 2016 as a scribe, dancer, KE assistant and teacher, marketing and development intern, assistant stage manager, and has recently completed Kaeja Elevations Certification Level 1. Drew is a company member with Rock Bottom Movement having performed in five full-length works and participated in multiple respected residencies. Other collaborators include: Emma Kerson, Nico Al Ajillio, Irma Villafuerte, Kate Hilliard, and Alias Dance Project. Drew is also on faculty in the dance department at Centennial College. A graduate from Quinte Ballet School of Canada’s post-graduate program, Drew holds her BFA (Honours) from the Performance Dance program at Ryerson University.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF TRADITIONAL LAND

Kaeja d’Dance would like to acknowledge that we are situated upon traditional territories. Our artists, collaborators, staff and team are grateful to be creating art on this land that has been nurtured by recorded and unrecorded human activity for by thousands of years. We honour and respect the traditional lands and waterways of the Wendat, Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and the Métis Nation. We are in the 'Dish with One Spoon' territory - a treaty between these nations reflecting a commitment to share the territory and protect the land. We also recognize the enduring presence of diverse Indigenous peoples on this land.