|Wednesday,||April 1, 2020||8 p.m.|
1248 Bernard Avenue West
Montréal (Québec) H2V 2V6
Phone: 514-495-9944, ext. #1
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Photo: Kalle Nio
A Théâtre Incliné (Laval) and Nordland Visual Theatre (Norway) production
Adult and teen audience, 14 years +
A: $32 R: $25
School groups of 10 or more available
A: adults | R: discount *
* Discount price for members of the Association québécoise des marionnettistes (AQM—the Québec puppeteer association), students, seniors 65 +, or when purchasing three or more tickets for at least three different shows.
Taxes and ticket processing fee included.
Nordicité is a quest, which takes the form of a love metaphor. A wandering artist offers an intimate account of her encounter with the North, and of the feeling of vertigo as she faces an immensity she cannot grasp. Nordicité is a visual poem that combines video, projection, music, theatre and dance. It is a journey between myth and reality, and a reflection on our capacity to understand the voices of the North.
Presented at the Festival de Casteliers in 2017, Nordicité is the first show in a creative five-year cycle (2015-2019) which includes expeditions to different northern regions; creating two shows and short films using puppet and shadow theatre; writing short stories; artistic mediation workshops; and a digital platform available free of charge.
Running time: 55 minutes
Founded in 1991 by José Babin, Théâtre Incliné is a decisively visual theatre. Its artistic creations, driven by poetic images, present a fragmented space where matter, body, light, sound and music are the constituents of a vast canvas. In its shows, Théâtre Incliné invites the audience to put the pieces together.
The Nordland Visual Theatre (Norway) is an international creative centre specializing in visual theatre that uses puppets and other animated forms. The NVT hosts some of contemporary visual theatre’s most renowned artists.
Story: José Babin in collaboration with Pascal Brullemans
Stage Direction: José Babin
Artistic Advisor (Québec): Francine Alepin
Performed by: José Babin, Mélanie Chouinard and Bryan Morneau
Set and Video Design (Finland): Kalle Nio
Music: Guido Del Fabbro
Puppets and Assistant Stage Director: Émilie Racine
Costumes: Charlyne Guay
Lighting: Alexandra Dugal
Set Building: Atelier 303 and Alain Lavallée
Artistic Advisor (Norway): Bente Andersen
Scientific Advisor (Denmark): Daria Schwalbe