Créations interdisciplinaires We All Fall Down

Dans les bras de Morphée

Available to tour for seasons: 2025-26, 2023-24, 2024-25

Photo credit

Performer(s) in the photo: Rodrigo Alvarenga

Photographer: Do Phan Hoi

Creation

2024

Length

50 min.

Number of interpreter(s)

6 (5 danseur.euse.s + 1 musicien)

Target audience(s)

Children (8-12 years old), Families, Youth (13 years and over), All Audiences

Keyworks

Contemporary, Dance theater, Mediation available

Description

In The Arms of Morpheus (ITAOM) dives into a strange, playful universe where the limits of reality are perpetually redefined. Inspired by recurring dream imagery and Greek mythology, this creation for young audiences focuses on the fantastic, subconscious worlds we visit in the night.

ITAOM can be presented in its integral format, as a 50-minute show, or as a “performative workshop”, a more informal format that allows young spectators to interact directly with the choreographer, composer and performers, all while watching an excerpt from the full show.

Choreographer(s)

Helen Simard

Credits

Choreography & direction : Helen Simard
Music : Roger White
Interpreters: Rodrigo Alvarenga, Aurélie-Ann Figaro, Cai Glover, Kennedy Henry, Brianna Lombardo
Understudies: Maude Laurin-Beaulieu, Caroline Namts, Lucy May
Lighting Design: Tiffanie Boffa
Costume Design: Tricia Civellaro
Costume Assistant: Jade Simard
Rehearsal Director & Production Assistant: Kaia Mienna
Dramaturgical Support: Mathieu Leroux
Outside Eye: Sébastien Provencher
Puppetry Consultant: Jesse Stong
Production: We All Fall Down Interdisciplinary Creations
Co-Production: Agora de la danse

Financial Support: Agora de la danse, Cas Public, Canada Council for the Arts, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Conseil des arts de Montréal

Creative Residencies: Agora de la danse, Cas Public, Pôle Territoire Danse, Créations Estelle Clareton & Studio La Lola

Contact

Helen Simard
514 569-5463
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