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Coming from various contemporary dance backgrounds, the performers of Midnight Somewhere gather to embody the athletic and sensual vision of our choreographers. You might recognize some from the Révolution tv show, others from award-winning productions that toured Quebec in recent years. Each performer will captivate you with their precise, moving, and human movements.

Zachary Bastille

After graduating from Toronto Metropolitan University’s fine arts program (Performance Dance), Zachary danced a lot in Canada. He shared his talent with choreographers and stage managers such as Laura Brandel, Willi Dorner, Colleen Snell, Alysia Pires, Angela Blumberg, Apolina Velasquez, Robert Glimbeck and Avinoam Silverman. In 2023, he made his mark as a participant in the tv show Révolution and as a dancer and creator at Festival Quartiers Danses.

Sophie Breton

Sophie graduated from École de danse contemporaine de Montréal in 2008. Since then, she has danced for choreographers such as Alan Lake, Frédéric Marier, Thierry Huard, Sasha Kleinplatz, Virginie Brunelle, Sylvain Émard, and Jacques Poulin-Denis, while also working alongside Ginelle Chagnon in the staging of excerpts from the works of Jean-Pierre Perreault.

Alexandre Carlos

Graduate of École de danse contemporaine de Montréal, Alexandre has been dancing for various companies and schools in Quebec since 2010, including Les 7 doigts, Cirque du Soleil, and Opéra de Québec. He was a finalist in the 2019 edition of the show Révolution with his duo Alex & Alex and in 2020, and participated in the show La France a un incroyable talent.

Véronique Giasson

Véronique has been dancing for nearly 15 years with artistic companies such as Cirque du Soleil, Ballet Preljocaj, Ezdanza, Andrea Peña & Artists, Les 7 doigts, Donlon Dance Company, Compagnie Marie Chouinard, Compañia Tania Pérez Salas, and Ballets Jazz Montréal. In 2022, she danced and co-choreographed Cirque du Soleil’s Vive Nos Divas, and in 2023, she was part of the choreographers for Révolution en tournée.

Cai Glover

For the past 25 years, Cai has been dancing and choreographing with various artists, including John McFall, Simone Orlando, Lauri Stallings, Edgar Zendejas, and Mathieu Murphy-Perron. As a deaf artist, hearing differently has become a driving force for his art and his uniqueness as a dancer, performer, and choreographer.

Kyra Jean Green

Recipient of the Public Choice Award at the Quartiers Danses Festival in 2016 and 2018, Kyra is known for her qualities as both a performer and a creative choreographer. With her company Trip The Light Fantastic, she combines contemporary and urban styles, performing from Panama to Denmark, as well as New York and Montreal.

Katerine Leblanc

After training at École supérieure de ballet du Québec, Katerine ventured into commercial dance and excelled in numerous competitions. At the age of 24, she won the first edition of Révolution with her brother Alexandre and their duo Team White. She has performed for Cirque du Soleil and various television productions.

Danny Morissette

Danny graduated from École de danse contemporaine de Montréal in 2017. Today, he dances with several companies such as Destins croisés, Skeels Danse, and Alan Lake Factori(e). During the 2020-2021 season, Danny toured Quebec with La question des fleurs, the debut production of CAPAS. In 2023, he worked as an assistant choreographer for ECHO at Cirque du Soleil.

Lila-Mae Talbot

Since 2003, Lila-Mae danced for Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, New English Contemporary Ballet and Rubberbandance Group. She collaborated as well with Decalage Company (Mickael Riviere), Robert Lepage and Crystal Pite. She continued her training in various techniques, notably with Impulstanz (Vienna). She also performed for Andrew, Skeels, Karine Ledoyen, Harold Rhéaume, PPS Danse, Illusion Théâtre de Marionnette and Sylvain Émard.

Yoherlandy Tejeiro Garcia

Originally from Cuba, Yoherlandy built his reputation in Quebec through his collaborations with Cirque du Soleil and Véronic Dicaire, as well as his participation in Révolution 2018 (finalist) and 2021 (winner). Recently, he acted as host on Révolution en tournée 2023, danced for the Chanteurs masqués tv show, and took on a lead role in Cirque du Soleil’s Rebel.

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