Zhenya Cerneacov in Sylvie Bouchard's Carousel, Photo: Wolf Read

Dusk Dances REPENTIGNY is Presented by
ThÉÂtre Hector-Charland
and the City of Repentigny
AS A LICENSEE OF DUSK DANCES INC.

 

HOSTED BY NINA GILMOUR
OPENING BANDS: TRAD-SUR-MESURE (Aug 18 & 19), LES BOUCHES BÉES (Aug 20)

Get On Board

Choreographed by Kate Franklin and Meredith Thompson

Adapted and Performed by: Meredith Thompson
Music by:
Watts Local by Royal Crown Revue, All But Broken by Acme Swing Co., Suits Are Picking Up The Bill by Squirrel Nut Zippers
Costume and Props by: Chatt and Van
Set Construction by: Rabbit’s Choice

Get On Board was first commissioned by Dusk Dances Inc., and premiered as a quartet in Toronto’s Withrow Park in 2008. This solo adaptation of Get On Board was inspired by La Sape, ‘The Society of Ambianceurs and Elegant People’ of the Congo, whose simple philosophy is to defy circumstance … and to live with joie de vivre. For the Sapeur, it’s not the cost of the suit that counts - it’s the worth of the (wo)man inside of it.

First premiered at Dusk Dances in 2008.

This Is How We Love

Choreographed by Susie Burpee

Performed by: Sylvie Bouchard and Brendan Wyatt
Music:
Ogives I II III and IV by Erik Satie, performed and recorded by Eve Egoyan

“What does love feel like?” The audience is asked this question as the dance begins, and their responses play a key role in bringing the duet to life. Quirky, passionate, and never the same from night to night, this duet is a game of love. It reveals the many emotions that arise in the lifetime of a relationship.

A Dusk Dances premiere.

Carousel

Choreographed by Sylvie Bouchard and David Danzon

Remounted and reworked by: Sylvie Bouchard
Performed by: Zhenya Cerneacov, Molly Johnson, Jillian Peever & Meredith Thompson
Music: Jo Privat - Manouche partie, Disques Nocturnes 1991

With its meticulous choreography and irresistible charm, Carousel is a complete harmony of movement and colour, an unforgettable encounter danced to the sound of French accordion music.

Carousel was first created by Sylvie Bouchard and David Danzon under the Company CORPUS.

First premiered at Dusk Dances in 1997.

Trame

Choreographed by Atypique - Le Collectif (Marie-Pier Bazinet, Élise Bergeron, Vanessa Bousquet, Philippe Poirier &Jessica Viau)

Performed by: Alternate dancers (Marie-Pier Bazinet, Élise Bergeron, Vanessa Bousquet, Corinne Crane & Jessica Viau)
Music: Hologramme, FELP Felix Petit, Louis-Beaudoin de la Sablonnière

Meet with two anonymous and funny characters straight out of an imaginary world where disco music prevails and where the enjoyment of dance is stronger than anything else! Along with their tiny dance squad, their mission: spread disco madness and make you dance. Contagious delight and groove guaranteed!

With the special participation of students from the Isabelle Savoie school of dance.

A Dusk Dances premiere.

 

 

 

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NIGHTLY PERFORMANCES:
Thursday August 18th to Saturday Aug. 20th

6:00 PM - Band starts

6:45 PM - Dance performances start

Pay-what-you-can

 

Le Centre d'art Diane-Dufresne is located at 11, allée de la Création in Repentigny.

The evening continues in music at 8:00pm, at La Boîte à musique Desjardins:

- Aug. 18: Electro soul night with Busty & the Bass
- Aug. 19: King Melrose
- Aug. 20: Les Bouches Bées

 

More info: 450.470.2787

hector-charland.com

 

 

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