By SHERI RADFORD
Dancing on air. That describes how fans of contemporary choreography and boundary-pushing works feel during the Dancing on the Edge Festival. This annual fest, the longest running of its kind in Canada, brings more than 70 dancers to town to perform in 30 works, including Ziyian Kwan’s a slow awkward (pictured), Kate DeVries’ Feast, and the premieres of Matthew Romantini’s Crumbling and MascallDance’s The Three Cornered Hat. Catch the action Jul. 3 to 12 at indoor and outdoor venues around the city.