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Open doors at the WILDER

Open doors at the WILDER with Agora de la danse, École de danse contemporaine de Montréal et Tangente.

Agora de la danse

1 pm – 3 pm – Espace Orange

Suites Ténébreuses
Cas Public

Attend a rehearsal and chat with the artists.

A few days before the première of Suites Ténébreuses (October 4 and 5), the company Cas Public will invite spectators to view two rehearsals of this work, a celebration of the 30th anniversary of Hélène Blackburn’s company. It features original music by Dear Criminals and a twilight zone of shadows by lighting designer Lucie Bazzo.

This piece for five dancers and three musicians explores the theme of monsters and imaginary fears, much to the delight of the entire family. After the rehearsal, the artistic team will chat with the audience and answer any questions you might have.

Performers: Cai Glover, Daphnée Laurendeau, Carson McDougall, Danny Morissette, Jaym O’Esso.

Agora de la danse + Tangente

Project presented by Agora de la danse and Tangente in collaboration with La danse sur les routes du Québec’s LabDSR

1:15PM and 3PM, 4th floor – Espace Blanc

Peter Trosztmer et Zack Settel
Idem Altera

45 minutes. Places are limited. Registration on site at the café-bar, 1st floor.

Drawing out movement as well as the joy of dancing; this is what Peter Trosztmer and Zack Settel propose with a participative and immersive experience that mixes dance and augmented reality. The general public is invited to test their prototype, specifically conceived to make visible the traces left by movement, revealing each and everyone’s trajectory. Equipped with a tablet supplied for the occasion, we immerse ourselves in a world where roles – users, dancers, choreographers, composers – become blurred through fun interactions in this new “play area.”

Mobile devices and headphones provided.

The final project will be presented as part of Agora de la danse and Tangente’s 2020-2021 season.

 

September 28 - 1 p.m.> 4 p.m.

Free Admission

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