Keyword: New Work 2020
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.
J’ai pleuré avec les chiensDaina Ashbee (Montréal)27, 28, 29, 30 May
J’ai pleuré avec les chiens
For her first ensemble piece, the extreme choreographer Daina Ashbee celebrates the female body in a ritual composed of minimalist landscapes.
SIERRANEVADAManuel Roque (Montreal)27, 28, 29, 30, 31 May
In a bare space with no props save a blonde wig, a trial by choreography demands jumping repeatedly, again and again. When the depletion of resources offers the prospect of transformation.
P.O.R.N. (Portrait of Restless Narcissism)Christian Lapointe (Quebec City)
Nadia Ross (Wakefield)28, 29, 30, 31 May
P.O.R.N. (Portrait of Restless Narcissism)
Two maverick freethinkers present Theatre 2.0 for a mature audience, where the intoxicating dark corners of the Net become fascinating, unsettling eye candy.
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.
Post coïtumMélanie Demers (Montreal)28, 29, 30 May
A decadent, ecstatic and disturbing bacchanal, this over-the-top carnival quivers with euphoric agony. Wedding and funeral marches for humanity on the decline.