5:30 PM + 7:30 PM
After giving more than 40 performances across Quebec, Sébastien Provencher is offering an original and adapted version of his work Children of Chemistry in the showcase of Le 2-22, a cultural venue located in Montreal’s Quartier des spectacles. Children of Chemistry is inspired by the masculine and feminine standards conveyed in the media and popular culture. With humour tinged with sarcasm, the choreographer plays with gender codes to convey the absurdities that lead us to perceive our society in a binary way. Initially choreographed for 5 dancers, this showcase adaptation will bring together 12 performers per show.
A Danse Danse presentation in collaboration with the members of 2-22
FREE OUTDOOR EVENT
The 2-22 building is located at 2 Sainte-Catherine Street East, at the corner of Saint-Laurent Blvd
The public is free to come and go as they please
Sébastien Provencher is interested in inter-disciplinary work, in hybrid forms at the confines of several disciplines, where body and movement are always at the heart of the artistic proposal. He approaches performing art as an object of socio-political engagement, proposing a choreographic art that confronts, questions and moves.
Graduated from UQAM’s dance department, Sébastien evolves in the contemporary dance field a...Read more about Sébastien Provencher
Sébastien Provencher is part of Lorganisme, an artistic organization which seeks to strengthen the activity of choreographers, bringing them together and encouraging them to deepen their artistic approach by sharing their creative, human, and material resources. With a strong structuring effect, Lorganisme represents both a guiding light and an anchor for its members, artists and performers, stimulating the reson...Read more about Sébastien Provencher
Choreographer Sébastien Provencher.
Dancers Claudia Chan Tak, Justine Dagenais, Mathieu Hérard, Jaleesa Coligny, Anny Gauthier, Marie-Reine Kabasha, Alexandre Morin, Miguel Anguiano, Jontae McCrory, Abe Simon Mijnheer, Brian Mendez, Justin De Luna, Simon Renaud, Marie-Philippe Santerre.
Music, composition Hani Debbache.
Costumes Tricia Crivellaro.
Rehearsals Helen Simard, Stéphanie Fromentin.
Financial support Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec.
Artistic residence to adapt the work to the 2-22 venue Studio - Compagnie Danse Nyata Nyata.