Trois paysages

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Trois paysages

Karine Ledoyen pursues a creative cycle whose initial impetus was air, an incorporal element that the Quebec City choreographer managed to render visible, resonant and tangible. Accompanied by four dancers who interact with an incredible wind machine imagined by the composer Patrick Saint-Denis, the spectator journeys into the heart of three tableaux, three possibilities and three landscapes as the choreographer audaciously inverts conventional points of reference, plays with the senses, takes risks. In a parallel narrative artfully woven into the invisible, one question influences the outcome of each performance. What would happen if one of us had to relinquish something for the good of the community?

Choreographer
Karine Ledoyen in collaboration with the dancers

Dancers
Sara Harton, Fabien Piché, Ève Rousseau-Cyr, Ariane Voineau

Facilitator
Karine Ledoyen

Directors
Alexandre Fecteau, Karine Ledoyen

Assistants
Claude Breton, Jocelyn Paré

Rehearsal director
Ginelle Chagnon

Music
Patrick Saint-Denis

Lighting
Louis-Xavier Gagnon Lebrun

Costumes
Virginie Leclerc

Set design
Patrick Saint-Denis (wall design), Karine Ledoyen

Technical director and Stage manager
Olivier Duplessis

Sound technician
Jean-Michel Dumas

Danse K par K

February 13-14-15 / 8 p.m.

2013

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An Agora de la danse and Tangente co-presentation

Tangente - Laboratoire de mouvements contemporains
La Rotonde, centre chorégraphique contemporain de Québec coproduction

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