The 55 minutes of the choreographic work will be made accessible to all people who have complete or partial vision loss. Blind and partially sighted audiences will receive live narration by two audio describers: Enora Rivière and Georges-Nicolas Tremblay.
The imagined journey of her own grandmother, born in China in 1895. Inspired by her family history, the work depicts isolation, suffering and the search for new meaning, themes that reverberate within the greater migratory movement of the era. Created around the time of her 60th birthday, Pomegranate also uses the fruit of its title as a prism through which to examine fertility and femininity, rejuvenation and resilience. Moving and poetic, this performance-homage takes the form of an intimate and introspective journey where past and present coexist.
The dance lasts 55 minutes.
The event is presented at MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels)
3680 Jeanne-Mance street, Montreal, QC H2X 2K5.
20$ for people who are blind or partially sighted.
Free for accompanying persons.
As the number of participants is limited, please reserve your ticket before November 30, 2021 by calling Claudia at MAI at 514-982-1812 ext. 231 or Maud at Danse-Cité at 514-525-3595.
The vaccination passport will be mandatory. COVID-19 sanitary measures will be in effect.
12:30/ 12:45 – Welcoming of spectators
1:00 p.m. – Meeting with the audio describers and tactile tour
2:00 pm – Pomegranate, Heather Mah
3:00 pm – Meet the artist & audio describers & audience – free
4:00 pm – End of the event
A smartphone to download the Sennheiser app [https://www.connectau.ca/lapplication.html]
Don’t forget your headphones.
Please note that MAI will provide smartphones for those who do not have one.
Maud Mazo-Rothenbühler – Danse-Cité
Communications and Project Manager – Audiodescription
email@example.com – 514-525-3595
Claudia – MAI (Montreal, intercultural arts)
Public Engagement Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org – 514-982-1812 ext. 231