Season 2013-14

Heidi Strauss
October 1st to 4th, 2014 at 8PM
Catherine Tardif & Michel F Côté
November 12, 13, 14 at 8PM / November 15 at 4PM -- 2014
Sandrine Lafond
February 26 to 28 + March 5 to 7, 2015 at 7:30PM
Élodie Lombardo
Les soeurs Schmutt
April 1st to 4 and 8 to 11, 2015

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Petites Pièces de Poche : GRANDEUR NATURE

Séverine Lombardo
Traces-Chorégraphes
March 7 to 10 & 14 to 17, 2012 / 8 PM
Jeudis-causeries : March 8th and 15th after the show
Usine C
1345, Lalonde Ave.
Beaudry
Usine C Ticket Office 514.521.4493 / Articulée Ticket Office 514.844.2172

Petites Pièces de Poche : grandeur nature is the second part of a diptych that places the spectator at the heart of a profound experience involving the body and light. In an denuded performance space, open and shared, all of the elements—gesture, video, light play and live music—fuse to reveal a world of unusual and shifting perceptions. In contrast to an open-ended work, these choreographic capsules chart a specific course for the audience, with beams of light showing the way. Different points of view thus reveal a dance of the senses—a dance made of light and shadow.

Choreographer SÉVERINE LOMBARDO
Performers FRÉDÉRIC GAGNON, CLAUDINE HÉBERT, JEAN-FRANÇOIS LÉGARÉ and ÉLODIE LOMBARDO
Composers and musicians on stage GUIDO DEL FABBRO and ROBIN PINEDA GOULD
Video  ROBIN PINEDA GOULD
Rehearsal directors SOPHIE CORRIVEAU and EVE LALONDE
Lighting ALEXANDRE PILON GUAY

Frédéric GagnonClaudine Hébert © Miguel MedinaJean-François Légaré © Alexandre ParenteauÉlodie Lombardo © Katia Gosselin
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Impossible to settle on an easy reading of this work as it unfolds before us. All of our senses are engaged, on high alert.
- Fabienne Cabado, for Switch, Dfdanse, 2006

A Danse-Cité production in collaboration with Les sœurs Schmutt. 

This project was supported by the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Canada Council for the Arts and the Conseil des arts de Montréal.

Creative residencies: Circuit-Est centre chorégraphique, l’Usine C and the Maison de la culture Ahuntsic-Cartierville