A BLIND DATE WITH THE NORTH
After two Norwegian tours, Théâtre Incliné’s theatre piece NORDICITÉ is back in Montreal offering an experience that goes beyond the mere stage. The Nordicité / Meeting point event invites the audience to immerse themselves in Northern cultures, have a taste of immensity and make their own journey to the North.
A FLEETING MOMENT. UNIQUE. THREE DAYS ONLY.
Before and after the theatre piece, in each and every corner of the Maison de la culture Maisonneuve, artists from the North and the South will be presenting their very diverse visions of the Northern culture. The meeting point of intimate and fictional Northern impressions with Theatre Incliné’s theatre piece makes for a whole new and enhanced theatrical experience. What the audience is to expect: interactive works, video, exhibition, short films and electroacoustic throat-singing.
A wandering artist gives us an intimate testimony of her encounter with the North. Visual poem where video projection, music, theatre and dance move alongside one another, Nordicité is a poetic journey to the heart of the creation. This theatre piece is part of a cycle iniated in 2015 that includes various artistic objects Nordicité, walking on the circle.
Nordicité Creative Team
Script: José Babin in collaboration with Pascal Brullemans | Stage direction: José Babin | Artistic counsellor (Quebec): Francine Alepin | Cast: José Babin, Mélanie Chouinard and Bryan Morneau | Set and video designer: Kalle Nio | Music creator: Guido Del Fabbro | Puppets and stage director’s assistant: Émilie Racine | Lights and technical director : Alexandra Dugal | Seamstress: Charline Guay | Set building: Atelier 303 and Alain Lavallée | Artistic counsellor (Norway): Bente Andersen | Scientific counsellor (Denmark): Daria Schwalbe | Production director: Cynthia Bouchard-Gosselin and Alain Lavallée | Stage managers: Patrice Daigneault, Vincent Santes | Cast at the creation: José Babin, Marc- André Goulet and Nadine Walsh
Maison de la culture Maisonneuve
4200 Ontario Street East, Montreal
(Pie-IX Metro, Bus 139 South to Pie-IX Boul.)
Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 8 PM (French version)
Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 8 PM (English version)
Thursday, November 15, 2018, 1:30 PM (English version) *
Thursday, November 15, 2018, 8 PM (English version)
* For the 1:30 PM presentation, activities surrounding the play will be partially presented.