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Lara Kramer

A northern epic, Windigo resonates like a scream, a vibrant echo of the consequences of the violence perpetrated against Indigenous peoples. A post-apocalyptic ballad that exorcises demons.


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Lara Kramer (Montréal) Lara Kramer Danse

Lara Kramer is a choreographer and multidisciplinary artist of mixed Oji-Cree and settler heritage. Her critically acclaimed works portray the contrast of the brutal relations between Native peoples and colonial society, and have been presented across Canada and even in Australia.

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“An enchanting and provocative experience.”

Evelyn Goessling, McGill Daily, 2016-01-06, à propos de Tame


“We cannot look away.”

Janet Smith, Georgia Straight, 2014-07-02, à propos de NGS


“You can never accuse Lara Kramer of taking the easy way out.”

Philip Szporer, Dance Current, 2013-12-12, à propos de NGS

Kramer is a talent to watch. She wears her heart on her sleeve, which translates into dance theatre that is as vulnerable as it is emotional.”

Paula Citron, The Globe and Mail, 2013-07-08, à propos de of good moral character



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