Enhance your experience of live performance and contemporary dance through the prism of virtual reality!

Imagine finding yourself in the middle of a theatre stage, completely immersed in a performance with the dancers. By means of the magic of a virtual reality helmet, that is now possible in three 10-minute experiences, where you plunge into the heart of emblematic works adapted especially for the occasion: The Complex Simplicity of Love by Margie Gillis, Allegro Barbaro by Hélène Blackburn and 6.58 manifesto by Andrea Peña.

New formula!

Available as an aperitif (before the show, from 6 p.m. to 6:40 p.m.) or as a digestive (after the show, until 9 p.m.) at the Espace Orange Café-Bar.

3 choreographic signatures, 3 unique experiences of 10 minutes each.

You don’t need a show ticket to enjoy KOROS! Purchase available at the Café-Bar only.

KOROS is available before or after the performances of the following performances

Face-à-face, January 31, 2024

Cutting Through the Noise, April 4 and 5, 2024

Transes, April 24, 2024

Choeur et chorégraphes, April 8 and 10, 2024

KOROS offers the most successful combination of dance and digital arts that we have seen to date. It’s something to see, it’s something to experience.Catherine Lalonde, Le Devoir

Margie Gillis – The complex simplicity of love

Margie Gillis is one of the most influential Canadian choreographers/dancers of the 20th and 21st centuries. Her company, the Margie Gillis Dance Foundation, was founded in 1981. Margie has created more than 150 solo, duet and group works that have been performed around the world. She has received numerous awards in recognition of her invaluable efforts to evolve her art through experimentation, transmission, creation, innovation and performance. Margie Gillis will celebrate 50 years of career in 2023: 50 years of creation, love and dance.


Over the years, Cas Public has succeeded in establishing itself as a Canadian company with an international reputation. However, the company remains rooted in the cultural reality of Quebec, where it multiplies its efforts to promote contemporary dance to the public and contribute to its development. While continuing to create for the general public, Cas Public has been venturing into the field of children’s shows since 2001, with Nous n’irons plus au bois, a work that has now been performed over 300 times. Barbe Bleue, Journal Intime, Variations S, 9 and its successor works for young audiences have been presented in festivals and renowned venues around the world, from Chicoutimi to Madrid, including the Opéra Bastille in Paris and the Opéra de Bordeaux.


Andrea Peña & Artists is known for creating critical, alternative and spatial universes that break with our notions and understanding of sentient humanity. Interested in the depth of individuality, a theme that stems from Peña’s bi-cultural background, her approach is known for choreographies rich in vulnerability, complexity, and somatic physicality, which extend beyond mere movement through conceptual research. With a background in industrial design, her works borrow from visual arts practices and spatial qualities, questioning the body as a material that exists in relation to time and space.

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It’s a convincing initiative that has the potential to interest a whole new audience in contemporary dance, and allow those who are already enthusiasts to experience it in a whole new way – a far cry from digital recording!Iris Gagnon-Paradis, La presse


Production Agora de la danse
Artistic Direction Francine Bernier
Associate producer and Technical director Alex Larrègle
Logistic Coordination Tiffany Penet, Vanessa Bousquet
Stage Manager Emmanuel Landry

Artistic Direction

Studio La Fougue
Executive Producer Alexandre Barrette
Director Francis Corbeil
Unreal Engine integrator Marc-Antoine Gautreau
Data-Wrangler Mélisandre Bouchard-Berger
Sound Designer Marc-Olivier Germain