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  • Georges-Nicolas Tremblay, Dylan Crossman, Manuel Roque, Justin Gionet

    Photo: Valerie Simmons
  • Photo: Gemma van Linden
  • Sylvain Émard

    Photo: Cindy Boyce

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  • Conseil des arts de Montréal - CAM
    Parcours Danse
    • December 2, 2015, 3:30 pm
  • Conseil des arts de Montréal - CAM
    Parcours Danse
    • December 2, 2015, 4:20 pm
  • La Rotonde, centre chorégraphique contemporain de Québec
    • February 16, 2016, 8:00 pm
  • La Rotonde, centre chorégraphique contemporain de Québec
    • February 17, 2016, 8:00 pm
  • Total duration: 60 min
  • Stories of men. Renowned for his striking works featuring male dancers, Sylvain Émard plunges seven dancers into the hurly-burly of a contemporary world undergoing massive change. Driven by doubt and a lust for life, they are searching for their place, sketching the contours of multiple identities. Carried away by their instincts and the power of the group, their only language is subtle, energetic movement, the music of bodies electrified by a shared feeling of urgency. In this poignant ritual of resistance and adaptation to the passing of time, dance seems to be the best means of coming to terms with the world and of being transformed, the better to blend in. This vibrant piece conveys all the complexity and beauty of men coming to grips with the world they inhabit.

    Co-produced by Sylvain Émard Danse, Le Plateau (Eysines, France), Théâtre de Lorient (France) and Brian Webb Dance Company (Edmonton, Canada).

    • Year of premiere: 2013
    • Target audience: Grand public
    • Choreographer(s): Sylvain Émard
    • Performer(s): Jason Martin, Mark Medrano, Alexandre Morin, Manuel Roque, Neil Sochasky, Georges-Nicolas Tremblay et François Richard.
    • Collaborator(s): Costumes: Denis Lavoie; Éclairages: André Rioux; Musique: Martin Tétreault; Scénographie: Richard Lacroix; Conseillère artistique et répétitrice: Ginelle Chagnon
    Last update: 16 janvier 2013