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  • Andrew Tay

    Photo: Celia Spenard-Ko
  • Andrew Tay, Natalie Zoey-Gauld et Allison Blakley

    Photo: Celia Spenard-Ko
  • Andrew Tay

    Photo: Richmond Lam
  • Andrew Tay, Natalie Zoey-Gauld et Allison Blakley

    Photo: Celia Spenard-Ko
  • Andrew Tay et Natalie Zoey-Gauld

    Photo: Celia Spenard-Ko
  • Andrew Tay et Allison Blakley

    Photo: Celia Spenard-Ko

Contact

  • Andrew Tay (chorégraphe indépendant) / Wants&Needs danse

Shows

  • La danse sur les routes du Québec
    • November 23, 2011, 3:30 pm
  • La danse sur les routes du Québec
    • November 24, 2011, 8:30 am
  • Total duration: 45 min
  • How does society perceive masculinity? And to what extent does the definition of femininity depend on how it’s different from concepts of masculinity?

    Poetic, postmodern and visually compelling, On Power and Permission takes audiences on a sensual voyage that upends societal concepts of feminine and masculine roles. This work relies on a series of strong images that challenge audiences with striking visions of power, passion, domination and submission. By contrasting the physical strength - as well as the sexual objectification - of the female and male body, On Power and Permission offers an alternative way of understanding gender identity and encourages the audience to rethink their own preconceptions.

    • Year of premiere: 2011
    • Target audience: Grand public, Adulte (17 ans +)
    • Choreographer(s): Andrew Tay
    • Performer(s): Andrew Tay, Marilyne St-Sauveur, Natalie Zoey-Gauld et Allison Blakley
    • Collaborator(s): Vitaminsforyou (musique originale), Yso (costumes)
    • Artistic direction: Andrew Tay (chorégraphie)
    Last update: 2 novembre 2011