• Laura Toma, Katherine Ng, Erin O’loughlin, Francois Richard, Kevin Delaney, Daniel Alwell et Arielle Locke

    Photo: Bobby Leon
  • Laura Toma, Paco Ziel, Katherine Ng, Francois Richard et Emile Durville

    Photo: Romain Lorraine
  • Andrea Peña

    Photo: Bobby Leon



  • Corporation de la Salle de spectacle de Sept-Îles
    Salle Jean-Marc-Dion
    • March 15, 2020
  • Spect’Art Rimouski
    • March 21, 2020, 8:00 pm
  • Total duration: 60 min
  • Kairos explores the manifestation of raw individuality in a homogeneous society. A choreographic exploration, the piece carries us through a danced journey of human expression and collective conscience toward the realization of the individual, championing self-awareness alongside peaceful coexistence in the face of modern isolation and alienation.

    Following Kairos (after an intermission or presentation by the choreographer herself), Zero Uno Uno Zero offers a positive alternative, celebrating humanity in a visual realization, through rich costuming, intricate gestural choreography and individual characters. As a sequel, Zero Uno Uno Zero explores our collective and individual realization in this world that is ours. Both pieces are complementary, as the Yin and the Yang, reflecting two different sides of our society.

    • Year of premiere: 2014
    • Target audience: Grand public
    • Choreographer(s): Andrea Peña
    • Performer(s): Laura Toma, Erin O’Loughlin, Francois Richard, Kevin Delaney, Marcio Silveira, Veronique Giasson
    • Collaborator(s):


      Chorégraphie : Andrea Peña; Compositeur : Marc Bartissol; Lumières : Benoit Larivière; Directeur technique : Hugo Dalphond; Costumes : Ricardo Vera

      Zero Uno Uno Zero

      Chorégraphie : Andrea Peña; Compositeur : Bobby Leon & Canchavia Circuito; Lumières : Hugo Dalphond; Directeur technique : Hugo Dalphond; Costumes : Polina Boltova

    Last update: 21 octobre 2019