CAMILLE is an immersive interdisciplinary performance that gives no visual input to its audience. Montreal-based interdisciplinary artist Audrey-Anne Bouchard used her visual impairment as inspiration to develop an innovative artistic form proposing a new sensorial experience of dance and theatre. Specially conceived for an audience living with visual impairments, this experience that does not involve sight is accessible to all.
LES SAGES FOUS
Les Sages Fous propose a theatre of paradoxes: grotesque and poetic, ritual and mundane, domestic and marvelous. The company recreates a lost world where the mask, the puppet, the object, and the human coexist. A theatre where images and gestures speak more strongly than words. theatre that is surprising and disturbing, wild and undisciplined.
COMPAGNIE DE CRÉATION
Nuages en pantalon – compagnie de création brings together artists from different backgrounds, exploring a subject, in order to create an original theatre for audiences of all ages. Under the artistic direction of Jean-Philippe Joubert, the company founded in 2001 has created more than twenty shows, many of which have toured in the province of Quebec.
A transdisciplinary artist, a playwright, a teacher, a ritualist and a performer, Stéphane Crête is a versatile all-rounder who has been navigating as easily in mainstream productions as in experimental theater for over 25 years.
Through sometimes unclassifiable works (where seriousness and playfulness meet) he seeks to shake the perceptions of the spectator by questioning mainly the notion of representation (Esteban, Mycologie, Les Laboratoires Crête, Mauvais goût).