FESTIVAL TRANSAMÉRIQUES — 14TH EDITION
#PUNK 100% POP *N!GGAnora chipaumire (Mutare + New York)
#PUNK 100% POP *N!GGA
A liberated rock star of dance originally from Zimbabwe, nora chipaumire proclaims via punk, pop and rumba the urgent need for liberation with an epic and invigorating triptych.
Aalaapi | ᐋᓛᐱ Collectif Aalaapi (Nunavik + Montreal)
Aalaapi | ᐋᓛᐱ 
The exquisite tones and nuances of people who live north of the 55th parallel. A contemplative plunge into the intimacy of young Inuit women, Aalaapi reveals the North through radio.
Aleppo. A Portrait of Absence Mohammad Al Attar (Damas + Berlin)
Omar Abusaada (Damas)
Bissane Al Charif (Damas + Paris)
Aleppo. A Portrait of Absence 
Aleppo, a city destroyed by war, rises from the ashes in the stories of its inhabitants. Precious tales told to one spectator at a time, a testimonial and a bequest.
Anima / Darkroom 7Starr (Laval)
Lucy M. May (Montreal)
Anima / Darkroom 
The explosive force of 7Starr, a pioneer and magnetic icon of krump. In a clash of darkness and incandescent light, powerful movement bursts forth. Galvanizing and liberating.
ContingencyHiroaki Umeda (Tokyo)
Dance, light and sound embrace and reverberate in a living, three-dimensional portrait. A solo of heightened intensity where dance merges with its environment.
CriaAlice Ripoll (Rio de Janeiro)
In the labyrinthine favelas of Rio de Janeiro, ten prodigious performers invent small miracles of dance. Emerging from a milieu that is despised or disregarded, Cria radiates with life.
DeclarationsJordan Tannahill (Toronto)
Hundreds of short phrases reverberate through all aspects of existence. And five actors, night after night, improvise and embody them.
Elenit Euripides Laskaridis (Athens)
Propelled by a wind turbine, strange fauna led by the incomparable Euripides Laskaridis take the spectator into a world out of time, suspended between dreams and the end of ideals.
Estado vegetalManuela Infante (Santiago)
If a tree created a stage play featuring human characters, what would it look like? That is the playful and subversive challenge launched by the Chilean artist Manuela Infante.
Holoscenes Lars Jan (Los Angeles)
People sitting in a giant aquarium in the middle of Place des Festivals cope with cyclical flooding. An extraordinary visual and visceral experience, Holoscenes questions our ability to respond to chaos.
J’ai pleuré avec les chiensDaina Ashbee (Montréal)
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.
La reprise. Histoire(s) du théâtre (I) Milo Rau (Ghent + Berlin)
La reprise. Histoire(s) du théâtre (I) 
Delving into a sordid news item, Milo Rau, one of the most forceful directors in contemporary theatre, questions the very essence of theatre and its capacity to depict the unbearable.
Mikado RemixLouis Vanhaverbeke (Brussels + Ghent)
The inveterate handyman Louis Vanhaverbeke explores other possible options beyond so-called normality in this liberating performance. Imagination as a way of life.
P.O.R.N. (Portrait of Restless Narcissism)Christian Lapointe (Quebec City)
Nadia Ross (Wakefield)
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.
Post coïtumMélanie Demers (Montreal)
A decadent, ecstatic and disturbing bacchanal, this over-the-top carnival quivers with euphoric agony. Wedding and funeral marches for humanity on the decline.
Requiem pour L.Fabrizio Cassol (Ghent)
Alain Platel (Ghent)
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.
Romances inciertos, un autre OrlandoFrançois Chaignaud (Paris)
Nino Laisné (Madrid)
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.
SIERRANEVADA Manuel Roque (Montreal)
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.
Stations Louise Lecavalier (Montreal)
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.
Un temps pour tout Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep (Montreal)
Un temps pour tout 
Children and adults, come on in! In a cozy atmosphere, the hip-hop dancers Pax, Jigsaw and Sangwn express themselves in a spirit of sharing. Raw, explosive, joyful.
Violence Marie Brassard (Montreal)
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.
Why?Peter Brook (Paris)
Marie-Hélène Estienne (Paris)
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?