Renowned for his sensitive work and humanistic approach, Harold Rhéaume presents in Fluide a reflection on the place of the individual in society. Set in a décor that evokes clean, modern architectural lines, the choreography features seven men and women making connections and unraveling as their trajectories cleave and burst. Interdependent like the cells of a single body, they come and go, mingle and disperse. At times seamlessly woven together, at other times chaotic, the movement expresses all the complexity of human relations, from the force of attraction to the group to the process of building one’s own identity.
Marilou Castonguay, Jean-François Légaré, Brice Noeser, Alexandre Parenteau, Esther Rousseau-Morin, Georges-Nicolas Tremblay, Arielle Warnke St-Pierre
Sets and Lighting
Conception Alain Gagné
Photo: Georges-Nicolas Tremblay, Katrine Patry, Arielle Warnke St-Pierre, Brice Noeser, Marilou Castonguay, Alexandre Parenteau, Alan Lake / © David Cannon