Choregraphy : Harold Rhéaume
In a complete fusion, they move and breathe together. Influencing each other in an interdependent relationship, as the millions of cells in the human body, they need the others to live and to grow. One’s act affects the other one’s life.
FLUIDE is made of contrasts. In a captivating atmosphere and structured space, seven bodies of men and women listen to each others for support, surrender, and trust. FLUIDE questions our ability to take part in our collectivity.
In an organized chaos, danse is fluid, but trajectories are bursting. The choreographic structure is dictated by forming and transforming lines, fluent as a fish bank.
Choreographer: Harold Rhéaume
Dancers: Marilou Castonguay/Alan Lake/Brice Noeser/Alexandre Parenteau/Esther Rousseau-Morin/Georges-Nicolas Tremblay/Arielle Warnke St-Pierre
Special thanks to: Jean-François Duke/Katrine Patry/Ève Rousseau-Cyr
Music: Simon Elmaleh
Set and lights: Bernard White
Costumes: Philippe Dubuc
Set construction: Alain Gagné
Technical director: Antoine Caron
Photos: David Cannon
FLUIDE is coproduced in collaboration with Canada Dance Festival (Ottawa), the Grand Théâtre de Québec, La Rotonde (Quebec city), and the Agora de la danse (Montreal)
FLUIDE benefited from research and creation residencies at Recto-Verso and the Grand Théâtre de Québec
Le Fils d’Adrien danse thanks Spect’Art Rimouski, Valspec in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, and the Centre culturel of the Université de Sherbrooke