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April 13, 2024 - 7.30 PM, with live audiodescription
La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines
3700 Saint-Dominique, Montréal
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Regular: 35 $
Jour de fête (Premiere): 20 $
Under 15 years old: 15 $
Discounted: 30 $
Student in Performing Arts: 25 $
Box office - On sale from September 6, 2023
La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines is not accessible to people with impaired mobility. There are a dozen stairs to climb to enter the theater. No elevator.
Talkback with artists
Information to come
Bilingual evening, French and English.
La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines offers a bar service on site. Cash and debit/credit cards accepted.
Artistic direction and choreography: Alexandra ‘Spicey’ Landé
Performers-creative collaborators: to come
Sound Design: Jai Nitai Lotus
Lighting Design: Leticia Hamaoui
Costumes Design: Nalo Soyini Bruce
Set Design: Alexandra ‘Spicey’ Landé and Leticia Hamaoui
Rehearsal and coach: Frédérique ‘Pax’ Dumas
Artistic Consultant: Helen Simard
Dramaturg: Mathieu Leroux
Outside Eye: Natasha Jean-Bart and Frédérique ‘Pax’ Dumas
Audiodescription: Information to come
Videos and Photos: Kinga Michalska
Technical Director: Information to come
Production Director: Élisabeth-Anne Dorléans
Presented by Danse-Cité
In association with La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines
Produced by Ebnflōh, Danse-Cité and Parbleux [executive producer]
Curated by Ellen Furey and Sophie Corriveau
Creative residencies: Compagnie Marie Chouinard, La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines, L'espace un vrai monde ?
Mōnad is made possible thanks to the financial support of: Conseil des arts du Canada, Conseil des arts et lettre du Québec, Conseil des arts de Montréal
Ebnflōh is a company associated with Parbleux.
Ebnflōh is a member company of Circuit-Est.
Ebnflōh is a company represented by Agence Résonance.
Mōnad (from the ancient Greek monad, meaning “unit”) refers to the idea of a self-sufficient, unicellular organism containing multiple universes. The work is inspired by this primary matter, reflecting a world order from which emerge all physical and psychological properties. Hall of mirrors, divisions, multiplications, intertwinings. How can we approach different incarnations of a single life? Interactions shape, reshape, adapt, and transform material. Faithful to the choreographer and her company Ebnflōh’s persistent desire to investigate street dance practices, Mōnad is a vibrant consideration of the relationships in interrelated universes, questioning the notion of eternity.