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Vástádus eana – The answer is land
Born in the Arctic tundra, this polyphonic story of resistance, healing, and love pays tribute to all those who fight injustice.
Elle Sofe Sara
Reasserting the power of collective action, Dana Gingras creates an explosion of sensations for us to experience: a star comes to life in the heart of downtown Montreal, accompanied by dancers and musicians.
Inspired by his Amazigh heritage, choreographer Radouan Mriziga orchestrates a radiant work in which eight performers revive our collective memory of ancient wisdom.
The Making of Pinocchio
Moving between personal testimony and formal experimentation, The Making of Pinocchio draws us into a magical experience of the world in a tale of love and transition.
Rosana Cade + Ivor MacAskill
The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes
A hilarious townhall meeting in which thorny questions are raised about human rights, cognitive diversity, sexual politics and the domination of artificial intelligence.
Back to Back Theatre
Radical choreographer nora chipaumire evokes the story of Nehanda in an opera with twenty dancers, musicians and singers. A call for resistance and reparations.
Lay Hold to the Softest Throat
Lay Hold to the Softest Throat is an invitation into a vibrating space that is both soft and rough; it sings, dances, plays, and swings from the spiritual to the frivolous.
A festive procession followed by a poignant performance meant to exorcize centuries of injustice and to shine a light on Indigenous cultures. A necessary work of art.
Oona Doherty, the brilliant choreographer from Belfast, is shaking up the world of contemporary dance with her visceral honesty and her works haunted by Northern Ireland’s past. A furiously vital dance.
Unsettling, uncompromising, and subversive, this short play combines the personal and the political through a teenager’s rebellion against family and society.
Cispersonnages en quête d'auteurice
The company Joe Jack & John never resists the temptation to gum up our collective works. Its latest opus is a pitch-black comedy featuring a group of actors who explore the boundaries of their creative freedom.
William Shakespeare’s As You Like It, A Radical Retelling by Cliff Cardinal
Cliff Cardinal takes over the Forest of Arden, allowing long-ignored voices to be heard. An invitation for each of us to consider reconciliation from within the very cells of our bodies.
Dana Michel presents MIKE, an epic work about work culture. From the margins comes a silent rebellion, taking its time and yours, utopianly yours.
Tableau final de l'amour
A scenic adaptation of Larry Tremblay’s passionate novel, between agony and ecstasy, based on the life and work of Francis Bacon.
Angela Konrad + Larry Tremblay
In My Body
Choreographer Crazy Smooth brings together nine amazing breakdancers aged 24 to 58 in a manifesto of movement: how to go beyond.
A true immersion in the world of theatre company L’eau du bain, offering a vertiginous and sensory theatrical world, dream-like and disorienting.
Nancy Bussières + Anne-Marie Ouellet + Thomas Sinou +
A mesmerizing piece of documentary theatre, i/O ponders our collective capacity to take up new possibilities, invent other futures, and rethink the fact that we are finite.
The Beach and Other Stories
For Maria Kefirova, images are rivers of meaning. The Beach is a solo piece on photographic infiltration that seeks to give shape to our imaginary worlds.
La chambre des enfants
In an open, luminous room, the dreams of children take on shape and colour, leading you on a voyage through oneiric landscapes that will stay with you forever!
Anne-Marie Ouellet + Thomas Sinou + Nancy Bussières
Prodigious Inuk artist Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory and her collaborator Vinnie Karetak, an iconic actor from Nunavut tackles the forced displacements that shaped the lives of their ancestors and their collective memory.
Vinnie Karetak + Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory
Malicho Vaca Valenzuela, an artist belonging to the rising Chilean generation, delves into the bowels of the Internet in a compelling and immersive experience that is part fairy tale, part documentary.
Malicho Vaca Valenzuela
In this ode to matriarchal relationships, Sarah Vanhee stages an intimate conversation, both necessary and celebratory, to liberate our grandmothers from the burden of invisible toil.
The legendary Lia Rodrigues choreographs a captivating manifesto delivered by 11 performers turned into encantados—or magical spirits—in an outpouring of beauty and emotion.
A fundamental work of the last decade in New York, the mythical Bronx Gothic is revived by Wanjiru Kamuyu – a razor-sharp and trailblazing solo performance about a black girl’s life in the Bronx.