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Events for October 8, 2019 › Contemporary

7:00 pm
CAD $22 – CAD $35

EVE 2050

October 8, 2019 @ 7:00 pm
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Performances from October 8-11
Agora de la Danse – Édifice Wilder, 1435 Rue de Bleury #102
Montreal, QC H3A 2H7 Canada

Eight dancers of diverse origins make their way through an immersive, interactive environment that evokes a connected humanity, where multiple possibilities coexist: genetic mutations, cohabitation of human and artificial intelligences, dreams of immortality, digital survival…. Driven by reflections on the advances being made in AI, this concluding part of the EVE 2050 project points to the advent of a new species, a new take on the eternal question of our place in the mystery of the cosmos.

Presented by Van Grimde Corps Secrets at the Agora de la danse from October 8-11

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8:00 pm
CAD $15 – CAD $54

Tabarnak

October 8, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from October 2-12
TOHU, 2345 Rue Jarry E
Montreal, QC H1Z 4P3 Canada

Following their successful first year at Montréal Complètement Cirque in 2017, energetic Cirque Alfonse is back home with Tabarnak! The trad-rock musical fresco praises heaven and hell, as well as the church’s spirit of communion, and revisits the sacred in a delicious irreverent way. With this liberating swearword, the company gives us an unbridled surreal high mass. From the basement to the nave, the altar and the choir, Cirque Alfonse’s dwellers of the past enter this symbolic space, giving it a revamp.

Presented by TOHU from October 2-12

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Numain

October 8, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from October 7-11
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Solo piece for a human and a silicone doll, NUMAIN explores the liminal spaces between Eros and Thanatos, in a ritualistic theatre in which loneliness, violence and desire merge.

Stéphane Crête continues to explore, as he has for over twenty five years now, the main themes that are dear to him: the transgression of moral conventions (often linked to the expression of sexuality and death), trance and altered states of consciousness, the dance between the profane and the sacred.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 7-11

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