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With Midnight Somewhere, CAPAS produces its second work in contemporary dance, renewing its idea of bringing together various visions of Quebec dance on one same stage.

Co-General Manager

Lydie Revez

Lydie Revez has worked for Tangente, Cas Public, and Système D/Dominique Porte, cumulating over 25 years of experience in management and administration in dance and cultural organizations. In 2018, she co-founded CAPAS. Through it, she provides support to companies such as Springboard Danse Montréal, the Margie Gillis Dance Foundation, Destins Croisés, and Andrea Peña & Artists, among others. 

Co-General Manager

Mickaël Spinnhirny

Graduate of École supérieure de ballet du Québec, Mickaël shifts to communications and touring after a career as a performer. Since founding CAPAS, he has represented Quebec and Francophone artists both in Quebec and internationally, including Marie Chouinard, Ballets Jazz Montréal, Sylvain Émard, Virginie Brunelle, Andrea Peña & Artists, Destins Croisés, Le Patin Libre, and many others.

Project Manager

Éric LeBlanc

Éric was successively project manager for the Bureau des affaires poétiques and programming assistant for the Maison de la littérature before joining CAPAS. His interest in dance, theater, and literary arts led him to undertake writing, project management, and programming assignments for various cultural organizations.

Production Manager 

Matéo Chauchat

Graduated from École de danse contemporaine de Montréal in 2017, Matéo dances for Sarah Dell'Ava and Sylvain Émard Danse, in addition to creating as an independent choreographer. His interest in supporting emerging artistic voices led him to work as a coordinator for the nonprofit organization Nous Sommes l'Été before joining CAPAS in 2022.

Tour Manager 

Daphnée Laurendeau

Daphnée is a graduate of École supérieure de ballet du Québec. She danced for Ballets Jazz Montréal and for Cas Public, where she developed and held the position of tour manager and cultural mediator. While performing as a dancer for La question des fleurs – CAPAS first production – she joined the label to advocate for the interests of local companies with Quebec and international programmers.

Graphic Designer

Thomas Roy Bourdages

Thomas studied drawing, sculpture, and textiles before specializing as a graphic designer and illustrator. He creates images for several Quebec musicians, produces illustrations for both web and print, and conceptualizes decorative objects. He joined CAPAS in 2021, where he develops the branding and visual tools for numerous artistic companies in Quebec and internationally.

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