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Dance Together

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Dance Together
Directed by
  • Kevin Lien
  • Steven Song
Produced by
  • Kira Murphy
  • Jeff Hanes
  • Ed McNamara
Written by
  • Kira Murphy
  • Michael Seater
  • Kira Murphy
  • Rae Perez Cromwell
  • Logan Fabbro
  • Emilia McCarthy
  • Taveeta Szymanowicz
  • Dale Whibley
  • Isaac Lupien
  • Ramona Milano
Music byDain Eiser
CinematographyKevin Lien
Edited byCarrol Chiramel
  • Puppy Dog Productions Inc.
  • Brain Power Studios
Distributed by
  • Super Channel Entertainment Network
Release date
  • October 19, 2019 (2019-10-19)
Running time
86 minutes

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Dance Together is a Canadian dance and family film directed by Kevin Lien and Steven Song. It is starring Kira Murphy, Rae Perez Cromwell, Logan Fabbro, Emilia McCarthy, Taveeta Szymanowicz, Dale Whibley, Isaac Lupien and Ramona Milano. The plot follows an injured young dancer who befriends a deaf young woman, among whom they try to help each other.[1]


Holly (Kira Murphy) is a dancer who is in high school preparing with her friends for a dance competition, however, she suffers an injury that makes it impossible for her to continue dancing, so her friends exclude her from the group. So Holly meets Alex (Rae Perez Cromwell), who is deaf, forging a friendship that will lead Holly to know her world and participate in it.


  • Kira Murphy as Holly
  • Rae Perez Cromwell as Alex
  • Logan Fabbro as Zoey
  • Emilia McCarthy as Tia
  • Taveeta Szymanowicz as Tiffany
  • Dale Whibley as Noah
  • Isaac Lupien as Isaiah
  • Ramona Milano as Jan
  • Emily Andrews as Kim
  • Safiya Renee Ricketts as Ms. Tanner
  • Amanda Richer as Stella



The film was released on October 19, 2019 by Super Channel within the family programming collection Heart and Home.[2]

Critical response[edit]

Dance Together has received positive reviews from critics. The criticism website Dove agreed that "the film does a good job of presenting realistic school environments and the problems high school students face: trying to fit in and find their place".[3]



  1. "'You Are Worthy': Deaf Actress Defies Struggles, Offers Moving Message". Pure Felix Insider. Retrieved May 3, 2020.
  2. "Dance Together - Super Channel". Super Channel. Retrieved July 16, 2020.
  3. "Dance Together". Dove. Retrieved April 29, 2020.

External links[edit]

Category:2019 films Category:2010s children's films Category:2010s dance films Category:Canadian films Category:English-language films Category:Films about deaf people Category:Films shot in Toronto Category:Films set in Toronto

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