May 21–23, 2022


Kitt Johnson X-act


Join us for an expedition into a world full of trash with a fun performance that explores the musical underground world of trash.   

two men standing on pile

Photo by Per Morten Abrahamsen


This event is a Nordic Spotlight, part of Nordic Bridges.


Join us on an expedition as Kitt Johnson X-act presents a magical performance for children and their adults, Spoiiiiiiiiing. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Step into a world full of trash, music and magic, and meet the two unusual trash-sorting experts. One with an ear for the secret music of the trash and the other with an eye for its hidden treasures. 

Kitt Johnson X-act 

Kitt Johnson X-act is one of the longest-existing, most productive dance companies in Denmark. Founded in 1992, the company has evolved into a dynamic cultural enterprise, staging its productions, producing site-specific performance festivals, touring intensively at home and abroad, and offering physical classes, workshops, lectures and arts consultancy services. The company’s repertoire represents a wide spectrum of solo performances, ensemble works, New Circus, site-specific projects and a children’s performance. Kitt Johnson X-act’s Post No Bills was part of Harbourfront Centre’s 18/19 Torque season.

Dancer and choreographer Kitt Johnson is the artistic director of X-act. 

Accessibility Information

  • Access the Relaxed Guide
  • The performance on Monday, May 23 will be presented as a Relaxed Performance. House lights will dim slightly and audience members are welcome to come and go from the theatre as needed. Sounds from the audience are welcome and expected. There will be a chill-out space nearby the doors.
  • If you require a text version of the Visual Story please contact Erica May, JUNIOR Producing Assistant at emay@harbourfrontcentre.com

Dates & Times

May 21
45 mins

May 22
45 mins

May 23
45 mins


The Brigantine Room


Wheelchair accessible

235 Queens Quay West
Toronto ON M5J 2G8

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Keywords All AgesKidsMagicPerformanceTheatre