StationsLouise Lecavalier (Montreal)21, 22, 25, 26, 27 May
Driven by a pressing need to dance, Louise Lecavalier attains the fullness of her art in a spirited solo that pulsates on the very margins of the intimate.
Why?Peter Brook (Paris)
Marie-Hélène Estienne (Paris)21, 22, 23 May
At the apogee of his impressive career, the illustrious director Peter Brook, along with his colleague Marie-Hélène Estienne, divests the theatre of artifice to ask an essential question: Why?
Romances inciertos, un autre OrlandoFrançois Chaignaud (Paris)
Nino Laisné (Madrid)25 May
Romances inciertos, un autre Orlando
Song and dance join together in a dazzling performance by François Chaignaud. A sensual journey through Spanish folklore. A fascinating ode to multiple identities.
Requiem pour L.Fabrizio Cassol (Ghent)
Alain Platel (Ghent)26, 27, 28 May
Requiem pour L.
In this Mass with 14 musicians and singers, meditation and exaltation join in a divine embrace. Requiem pour L. invites death to a rainbow celebration where jazz and African rhythms encounter Mozart.
ViolenceMarie Brassard (Montreal)30, 31 May and 01, 02 June
Exploring the deep as they search for glimpses of light, Marie Brassard and her Japanese collaborators conjure undreamt-of worlds in a surrealist tale of astounding visual power.