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Usine C

Address:
1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada
Phone:
(514) 521-4493
Website:
www.usine-c.com

Upcoming Events

October 2019

CAD $30 – CAD $35

Kitchen Chicken

L’orchestre d’hommes-orchestres
October 16 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 16-18
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

Kitchen Chicken transports us into a kitchen where cooking a chicken takes some unexpected turns. The musicians, equipped with acoustic, electronic and self-made instruments, peel the potatoes, prepare the poultry and the hors-d’oeuvres, which may or may not be served at the end of the show, depending how they turn out. A veritable exploit, in music, sports, and the culinary arts!

Presented by L’orchestre d’hommes-orchestres at Usine C from October 16-18.

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CAD $30 – CAD $35

Kitchen Chicken

L’orchestre d’hommes-orchestres
October 17 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 16-18
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

Kitchen Chicken transports us into a kitchen where cooking a chicken takes some unexpected turns. The musicians, equipped with acoustic, electronic and self-made instruments, peel the potatoes, prepare the poultry and the hors-d’oeuvres, which may or may not be served at the end of the show, depending how they turn out. A veritable exploit, in music, sports, and the culinary arts!

Presented by L’orchestre d’hommes-orchestres at Usine C from October 16-18.

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CAD $30 – CAD $35

Kitchen Chicken

L’orchestre d’hommes-orchestres
October 18 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 16-18
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

Kitchen Chicken transports us into a kitchen where cooking a chicken takes some unexpected turns. The musicians, equipped with acoustic, electronic and self-made instruments, peel the potatoes, prepare the poultry and the hors-d’oeuvres, which may or may not be served at the end of the show, depending how they turn out. A veritable exploit, in music, sports, and the culinary arts!

Presented by L’orchestre d’hommes-orchestres at Usine C from October 16-18.

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CAD $27 – CAD $32

CUTLASS SPRING

Dana Michel
October 29 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 29 - November 2
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

Laureate of the Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale in 2017, the live artist Dana Michel returns with a new work. In this piece, she explores the socio-cultural layers that make her who she is and the buried facets of her personality. Guided by raw energy and an unique physicality, she attempts to extract herself from social conditioning and to face all of its contradictions. Simmering with humour, CUTLASS SPRING positions itself as an ethnography of sexuality and an archaeology of desire.

Presented at Usine C from October 29 - November 2.

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CAD $27 – CAD $32

CUTLASS SPRING

Dana Michel
October 30 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 29 - November 2
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

Laureate of the Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale in 2017, the live artist Dana Michel returns with a new work. In this piece, she explores the socio-cultural layers that make her who she is and the buried facets of her personality. Guided by raw energy and an unique physicality, she attempts to extract herself from social conditioning and to face all of its contradictions. Simmering with humour, CUTLASS SPRING positions itself as an ethnography of sexuality and an archaeology of desire.

Presented at Usine C from October 29 - November 2.

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November 2019

CAD $27 – CAD $32

CUTLASS SPRING

Dana Michel
November 1 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 29 - November 2
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

Laureate of the Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale in 2017, the live artist Dana Michel returns with a new work. In this piece, she explores the socio-cultural layers that make her who she is and the buried facets of her personality. Guided by raw energy and an unique physicality, she attempts to extract herself from social conditioning and to face all of its contradictions. Simmering with humour, CUTLASS SPRING positions itself as an ethnography of sexuality and an archaeology of desire.

Presented at Usine C from October 29 - November 2.

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CAD $27 – CAD $32

CUTLASS SPRING

Dana Michel
November 2 @ 3:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from October 29 - November 2
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

Laureate of the Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale in 2017, the live artist Dana Michel returns with a new work. In this piece, she explores the socio-cultural layers that make her who she is and the buried facets of her personality. Guided by raw energy and an unique physicality, she attempts to extract herself from social conditioning and to face all of its contradictions. Simmering with humour, CUTLASS SPRING positions itself as an ethnography of sexuality and an archaeology of desire.

Presented at Usine C from October 29 - November 2.

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CAD $20

Inside

Dimitris Papaioannou
November 19 @ 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Installation open from November 19-23
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

After the magnificent The Great Tamer, Dimitris Papaioannou returns to Usine C with a video installation that lasts for six hours, during which the spectators are free to come and go as they please. With a minimalist setting of a bedroom, thirty performers go about their repetitive daily tasks: taking a shower, getting undressed, having breakfast, sleeping in, watching the spectacle of the city from a balcony. Papaioannou, a choreographer of incredible visual prowess, creates magic out of nothing, feeding on futility and emptiness in order to fashion a melancholy landscape that is utterly fascinating. It’s an invitation to an inner voyage.

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CAD $20

Inside

Dimitris Papaioannou
November 20 @ 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Installation open from November 19-23
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

After the magnificent The Great Tamer, Dimitris Papaioannou returns to Usine C with a video installation that lasts for six hours, during which the spectators are free to come and go as they please. With a minimalist setting of a bedroom, thirty performers go about their repetitive daily tasks: taking a shower, getting undressed, having breakfast, sleeping in, watching the spectacle of the city from a balcony. Papaioannou, a choreographer of incredible visual prowess, creates magic out of nothing, feeding on futility and emptiness in order to fashion a melancholy landscape that is utterly fascinating. It’s an invitation to an inner voyage.

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CAD $20

Inside

Dimitris Papaioannou
November 21 @ 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Installation open from November 19-23
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

After the magnificent The Great Tamer, Dimitris Papaioannou returns to Usine C with a video installation that lasts for six hours, during which the spectators are free to come and go as they please. With a minimalist setting of a bedroom, thirty performers go about their repetitive daily tasks: taking a shower, getting undressed, having breakfast, sleeping in, watching the spectacle of the city from a balcony. Papaioannou, a choreographer of incredible visual prowess, creates magic out of nothing, feeding on futility and emptiness in order to fashion a melancholy landscape that is utterly fascinating. It’s an invitation to an inner voyage.

Find out more »
CAD $20

Inside

Dimitris Papaioannou
November 22 @ 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Installation open from November 19-23
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

After the magnificent The Great Tamer, Dimitris Papaioannou returns to Usine C with a video installation that lasts for six hours, during which the spectators are free to come and go as they please. With a minimalist setting of a bedroom, thirty performers go about their repetitive daily tasks: taking a shower, getting undressed, having breakfast, sleeping in, watching the spectacle of the city from a balcony. Papaioannou, a choreographer of incredible visual prowess, creates magic out of nothing, feeding on futility and emptiness in order to fashion a melancholy landscape that is utterly fascinating. It’s an invitation to an inner voyage.

Find out more »
CAD $20

Inside

Dimitris Papaioannou
November 23 @ 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Installation open from November 19-23
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

After the magnificent The Great Tamer, Dimitris Papaioannou returns to Usine C with a video installation that lasts for six hours, during which the spectators are free to come and go as they please. With a minimalist setting of a bedroom, thirty performers go about their repetitive daily tasks: taking a shower, getting undressed, having breakfast, sleeping in, watching the spectacle of the city from a balcony. Papaioannou, a choreographer of incredible visual prowess, creates magic out of nothing, feeding on futility and emptiness in order to fashion a melancholy landscape that is utterly fascinating. It’s an invitation to an inner voyage.

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CAD $30 – CAD $35

Fear and Greed

Frédérick Gravel
November 28 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances on November 28 & 29
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

Frédérick Gravel returns to shake up the stage at Usine C and for the first time as a solo piece. As it turns out, it is not such a solo piece since he is accompanied by his faithful partners-in-crime, a seasoned band of musicians under the direction of Philippe Brault. Carried by spellbinding music, Gravel takes it upon himself, with passion and elegance, to unveil his vision of the world: his desire to destroy all certainties and to make his plea for complete and total honesty. The stage is charged. Electricity flows through the room, and once more, Gravel makes everything explode.

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CAD $30 – CAD $35

Fear and Greed

Frédérick Gravel
November 29 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances on November 28 & 29
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

Frédérick Gravel returns to shake up the stage at Usine C and for the first time as a solo piece. As it turns out, it is not such a solo piece since he is accompanied by his faithful partners-in-crime, a seasoned band of musicians under the direction of Philippe Brault. Carried by spellbinding music, Gravel takes it upon himself, with passion and elegance, to unveil his vision of the world: his desire to destroy all certainties and to make his plea for complete and total honesty. The stage is charged. Electricity flows through the room, and once more, Gravel makes everything explode.

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December 2019

Cosmic Love

Clara Furey
December 3 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances on December 3 and 4
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

In her first group creation, Cosmic Love, Montreal-based choreographer Clara Furey has developed a work around intuitive and poetic representations of physical phenomena. In a minimalist setting, in which all forms of communication become possible, she addresses the constant transformation of energy and the ritualization of simple gestures. With seven performers, Clara Furey creates a work of abstraction, which ultimately reveals the unique radiance of living bodies.

Presented by Usine C on December 3 and 4

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Cosmic Love

Clara Furey
December 4 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances on December 3 and 4
Usine C, 1345, Avenue Lalonde
Montreal, QC H2L 5A9 Canada

In her first group creation, Cosmic Love, Montreal-based choreographer Clara Furey has developed a work around intuitive and poetic representations of physical phenomena. In a minimalist setting, in which all forms of communication become possible, she addresses the constant transformation of energy and the ritualization of simple gestures. With seven performers, Clara Furey creates a work of abstraction, which ultimately reveals the unique radiance of living bodies.

Presented by Usine C on December 3 and 4

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