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La Chapelle

Address:
3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada
Phone:
(514) 843-7738
Website:
http://lachapelle.org

La Chapelle is available for rent for all types of events (show, launch, shooting, corporate event, 5@7, etc.). The theater (116 seats) and bar (variable capacity depending on configuration) offer multiple possibilities.

For more information about the rental (availability, rates, terms and conditions), please contact Élodie Oursel at 514-987-1639 #1 or production@lachapelle.org


 

Upcoming Events

August 2019

CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

August 26 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

August 27 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

August 28 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

August 29 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

August 30 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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September 2019

CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

September 3 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

September 4 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

September 5 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

September 6 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

September 7 @ 4:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

imaginationreality

September 16 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from September 16-20
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

What we imagine shapes our way of seeing things, just as our way of seeing things influences what we imagine.

A choreography is composed of a variety of aspects and fragments of reality that can be reconstructed in the viewer's perception. A range of performative samples: embodied and felt fragments, physical ego and strength. The dancers surrender to the present moment to create a dreamlike environment; a fertile breeding ground for moments of revelations and discoveries. imaginationreality offers, on a small scale, a model to reinvent one’s own essence in the world.

Presented by La Chapelle from September 16 - 20

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

imaginationreality

September 17 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from September 16-20
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

What we imagine shapes our way of seeing things, just as our way of seeing things influences what we imagine.

A choreography is composed of a variety of aspects and fragments of reality that can be reconstructed in the viewer's perception. A range of performative samples: embodied and felt fragments, physical ego and strength. The dancers surrender to the present moment to create a dreamlike environment; a fertile breeding ground for moments of revelations and discoveries. imaginationreality offers, on a small scale, a model to reinvent one’s own essence in the world.

Presented by La Chapelle from September 16 - 20

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

imaginationreality

September 20 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from September 16-20
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

What we imagine shapes our way of seeing things, just as our way of seeing things influences what we imagine.

A choreography is composed of a variety of aspects and fragments of reality that can be reconstructed in the viewer's perception. A range of performative samples: embodied and felt fragments, physical ego and strength. The dancers surrender to the present moment to create a dreamlike environment; a fertile breeding ground for moments of revelations and discoveries. imaginationreality offers, on a small scale, a model to reinvent one’s own essence in the world.

Presented by La Chapelle from September 16 - 20

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Anima/Darkroom

September 26 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from September 26 to October 1
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Performed by award-winning Krump dancer 7Starr, Anima / Darkroom deep-dives into the gap between loneliness and communion. The raw lexicon of the Los Angeles-born street dance is in dialogue with an alphabet of light, silence, noise and darkness. Known for its unequivocal speed of expression, the style’s essential materials stretch across new scores in this collaboration. Bereavement’s dull-sharp feeling underwrites Lucy M. May’s choreography. Its scaffolding upholds the soloist’s lucid freestyle. With light designs by Jon Cleveland, music by Patrick Conan and veteran Krump beat-maker Big Rulez, the effort to listen and be heard, to bear witness and be seen reverberate. Do you see me?

Presented by La Chapelle from September 26 - October 1

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Anima/Darkroom

September 27 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from September 26 to October 1
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Performed by award-winning Krump dancer 7Starr, Anima / Darkroom deep-dives into the gap between loneliness and communion. The raw lexicon of the Los Angeles-born street dance is in dialogue with an alphabet of light, silence, noise and darkness. Known for its unequivocal speed of expression, the style’s essential materials stretch across new scores in this collaboration. Bereavement’s dull-sharp feeling underwrites Lucy M. May’s choreography. Its scaffolding upholds the soloist’s lucid freestyle. With light designs by Jon Cleveland, music by Patrick Conan and veteran Krump beat-maker Big Rulez, the effort to listen and be heard, to bear witness and be seen reverberate. Do you see me?

Presented by La Chapelle from September 26 - October 1

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Anima/Darkroom

September 30 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from September 26 to October 1
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Performed by award-winning Krump dancer 7Starr, Anima / Darkroom deep-dives into the gap between loneliness and communion. The raw lexicon of the Los Angeles-born street dance is in dialogue with an alphabet of light, silence, noise and darkness. Known for its unequivocal speed of expression, the style’s essential materials stretch across new scores in this collaboration. Bereavement’s dull-sharp feeling underwrites Lucy M. May’s choreography. Its scaffolding upholds the soloist’s lucid freestyle. With light designs by Jon Cleveland, music by Patrick Conan and veteran Krump beat-maker Big Rulez, the effort to listen and be heard, to bear witness and be seen reverberate. Do you see me?

Presented by La Chapelle from September 26 - October 1

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October 2019

CAD $18 – CAD $33

Anima/Darkroom

October 1 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from September 26 to October 1
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Performed by award-winning Krump dancer 7Starr, Anima / Darkroom deep-dives into the gap between loneliness and communion. The raw lexicon of the Los Angeles-born street dance is in dialogue with an alphabet of light, silence, noise and darkness. Known for its unequivocal speed of expression, the style’s essential materials stretch across new scores in this collaboration. Bereavement’s dull-sharp feeling underwrites Lucy M. May’s choreography. Its scaffolding upholds the soloist’s lucid freestyle. With light designs by Jon Cleveland, music by Patrick Conan and veteran Krump beat-maker Big Rulez, the effort to listen and be heard, to bear witness and be seen reverberate. Do you see me?

Presented by La Chapelle from September 26 - October 1

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Numain

October 7 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
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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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Numain

October 8 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
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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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Numain

October 9 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
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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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Numain

October 10 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
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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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Numain

October 11 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
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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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Beside

October 15 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 15-18
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

How are speeches constructed today, and how does the body become their support, their vehicle? Live radio as a vocal score becomes here a pretext to question the role of the body in this political and social act of communicating opinions and information to the greatest number of people. Where do identity and understanding reside in the overabundance of information ?

In BESIDE, the 3rd opus of the B+B+B trilogy, Marie Béland continues exploring the communicating body, but this time through the body of the Other. By borrowing the words and movements that fill our radios and televisions, the performers abandon their identity to assume those of speakers in the public arena.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 15-18

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Beside

October 16 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 15-18
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

How are speeches constructed today, and how does the body become their support, their vehicle? Live radio as a vocal score becomes here a pretext to question the role of the body in this political and social act of communicating opinions and information to the greatest number of people. Where do identity and understanding reside in the overabundance of information ?

In BESIDE, the 3rd opus of the B+B+B trilogy, Marie Béland continues exploring the communicating body, but this time through the body of the Other. By borrowing the words and movements that fill our radios and televisions, the performers abandon their identity to assume those of speakers in the public arena.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 15-18

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Beside

October 17 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 15-18
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

How are speeches constructed today, and how does the body become their support, their vehicle? Live radio as a vocal score becomes here a pretext to question the role of the body in this political and social act of communicating opinions and information to the greatest number of people. Where do identity and understanding reside in the overabundance of information ?

In BESIDE, the 3rd opus of the B+B+B trilogy, Marie Béland continues exploring the communicating body, but this time through the body of the Other. By borrowing the words and movements that fill our radios and televisions, the performers abandon their identity to assume those of speakers in the public arena.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 15-18

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Beside

October 18 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 15-18
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

How are speeches constructed today, and how does the body become their support, their vehicle? Live radio as a vocal score becomes here a pretext to question the role of the body in this political and social act of communicating opinions and information to the greatest number of people. Where do identity and understanding reside in the overabundance of information ?

In BESIDE, the 3rd opus of the B+B+B trilogy, Marie Béland continues exploring the communicating body, but this time through the body of the Other. By borrowing the words and movements that fill our radios and televisions, the performers abandon their identity to assume those of speakers in the public arena.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 15-18

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Contre la suite du monde

October 23 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 23 - November 2
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

By a combination of theater and digital arts Contre la suite du monde explores our citizen excesses and our political exhaustion.

At a breaking point, three individuals without stories confess their stall in relation to the world around them. They let go. They are stunned, angry, in denial, disillusioned, endearing and ridiculous. Absurd and cathartic, their encounter confronts them to the echoes of their own emptiness. To fight their way through anxiety, they will learn to listen to themselves at new.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 23 to November 2

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Contre la suite du monde

October 24 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 23 - November 2
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

By a combination of theater and digital arts Contre la suite du monde explores our citizen excesses and our political exhaustion.

At a breaking point, three individuals without stories confess their stall in relation to the world around them. They let go. They are stunned, angry, in denial, disillusioned, endearing and ridiculous. Absurd and cathartic, their encounter confronts them to the echoes of their own emptiness. To fight their way through anxiety, they will learn to listen to themselves at new.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 23 to November 2

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Contre la suite du monde

October 25 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 23 - November 2
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

By a combination of theater and digital arts Contre la suite du monde explores our citizen excesses and our political exhaustion.

At a breaking point, three individuals without stories confess their stall in relation to the world around them. They let go. They are stunned, angry, in denial, disillusioned, endearing and ridiculous. Absurd and cathartic, their encounter confronts them to the echoes of their own emptiness. To fight their way through anxiety, they will learn to listen to themselves at new.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 23 to November 2

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Contre la suite du monde

October 26 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 23 - November 2
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

By a combination of theater and digital arts Contre la suite du monde explores our citizen excesses and our political exhaustion.

At a breaking point, three individuals without stories confess their stall in relation to the world around them. They let go. They are stunned, angry, in denial, disillusioned, endearing and ridiculous. Absurd and cathartic, their encounter confronts them to the echoes of their own emptiness. To fight their way through anxiety, they will learn to listen to themselves at new.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 23 to November 2

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Contre la suite du monde

October 28 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 23 - November 2
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

By a combination of theater and digital arts Contre la suite du monde explores our citizen excesses and our political exhaustion.

At a breaking point, three individuals without stories confess their stall in relation to the world around them. They let go. They are stunned, angry, in denial, disillusioned, endearing and ridiculous. Absurd and cathartic, their encounter confronts them to the echoes of their own emptiness. To fight their way through anxiety, they will learn to listen to themselves at new.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 23 to November 2

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Contre la suite du monde

October 29 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 23 - November 2
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

By a combination of theater and digital arts Contre la suite du monde explores our citizen excesses and our political exhaustion.

At a breaking point, three individuals without stories confess their stall in relation to the world around them. They let go. They are stunned, angry, in denial, disillusioned, endearing and ridiculous. Absurd and cathartic, their encounter confronts them to the echoes of their own emptiness. To fight their way through anxiety, they will learn to listen to themselves at new.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 23 to November 2

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Contre la suite du monde

October 31 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 23 - November 2
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

By a combination of theater and digital arts Contre la suite du monde explores our citizen excesses and our political exhaustion.

At a breaking point, three individuals without stories confess their stall in relation to the world around them. They let go. They are stunned, angry, in denial, disillusioned, endearing and ridiculous. Absurd and cathartic, their encounter confronts them to the echoes of their own emptiness. To fight their way through anxiety, they will learn to listen to themselves at new.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 23 to November 2

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November 2019

CAD $18 – CAD $33

Contre la suite du monde

November 1 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 23 - November 2
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

By a combination of theater and digital arts Contre la suite du monde explores our citizen excesses and our political exhaustion.

At a breaking point, three individuals without stories confess their stall in relation to the world around them. They let go. They are stunned, angry, in denial, disillusioned, endearing and ridiculous. Absurd and cathartic, their encounter confronts them to the echoes of their own emptiness. To fight their way through anxiety, they will learn to listen to themselves at new.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 23 to November 2

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Contre la suite du monde

November 2 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 23 - November 2
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

By a combination of theater and digital arts Contre la suite du monde explores our citizen excesses and our political exhaustion.

At a breaking point, three individuals without stories confess their stall in relation to the world around them. They let go. They are stunned, angry, in denial, disillusioned, endearing and ridiculous. Absurd and cathartic, their encounter confronts them to the echoes of their own emptiness. To fight their way through anxiety, they will learn to listen to themselves at new.

Presented by La Chapelle from October 23 to November 2

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Rather a Ditch

November 27 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from November 27-29
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Echoing Steve Reich's hypnotic Different Trains, which questions the duality and fragility of our destinies, Clara Furey responds to the invitation of Olivier Bertrand as part of the first Montreal edition of Project ALBUM and creates Rather a Ditch, a piece where several "existential dance experiments" explore the porosity between life and death.

Presented by La Chapelle from November 27-29

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Rather a Ditch

November 28 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from November 27-29
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Echoing Steve Reich's hypnotic Different Trains, which questions the duality and fragility of our destinies, Clara Furey responds to the invitation of Olivier Bertrand as part of the first Montreal edition of Project ALBUM and creates Rather a Ditch, a piece where several "existential dance experiments" explore the porosity between life and death.

Presented by La Chapelle from November 27-29

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Rather a Ditch

November 29 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from November 27-29
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Echoing Steve Reich's hypnotic Different Trains, which questions the duality and fragility of our destinies, Clara Furey responds to the invitation of Olivier Bertrand as part of the first Montreal edition of Project ALBUM and creates Rather a Ditch, a piece where several "existential dance experiments" explore the porosity between life and death.

Presented by La Chapelle from November 27-29

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