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Producer CAPAS • Dance Label Stage Management and Dramaturgy La Résistance - Lydia Bouchard and Merryn Kritzinger Choreographies Lydia Bouchard, Virginie Brunelle, Kristen Céré, Marie Chouinard, Charles-Alexis Desgagnés, Merryn Kritzinger, Ismaël Mouaraki and Anne Plamondon Music Alex McMahon Costumes Sébastien Dionne Lighting Julie Basse Technical Direction Samuel Thériault Set Design Consultation Stéphane Roy Make-up and Hairstyling Consultant Audrey Toulouse Rehearsal Management Daphnée Laurendeau Performers Sophie Breton, Alexandre Carlos, Véronique Giasson, Cai Glover, Kyra Jean Green, Katerine Leblanc, Danny Morissette, Lila-Mae Talbot, Yoherlandy Tejeiro Garcia


Executive Producers Lydie Revez and Mickaël Spinnhirny Project Manager Éric LeBlanc Production Manager Matéo Chauchat Touring Manager Daphnée Laurendeau Graphic Designer Thomas Roy Bourdages Photographer Sylvie-Ann Paré

Coproduction ESPACE 110 - Centre Culturel d’Illzach (France)

Special thanks to Pierre Des Marais

Creation Residencies Théâtre Gilles Vigneault de Saint-Jérôme, Théâtre des Deux Rives de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu

Visual Identity and Teaser Agence Kabane 

Midnight Somewhere

Mesmerizing yet deep, Midnight Somewhere brings together outstanding dancers and exceptional choreographers around the mysterious need to move when the night envelops us to the core.

The night beats to the rhythm of surprise encounters, blinding lights and limits that crumble to reveal our deepest truths. Distilling the unifying power of dance, Midnight Somewhere (Minuit quelque part) is a journey through movement, produced by CAPAS. Directed by La Résistance - Lydia Bouchard and Merryn Kritzinger, the performers guide us through eight tableaux imagined by renowned Quebec choreographers, who match each other in virtuosity to get the pleasure of movement to become contagious: Marie Chouinard’s inimitable style unites with Anne Plamondon’s intimate subversiveness, Kristen Céré’s poignant athleticism, Ismaël Mouaraki’s intoxicating physicality, Virginie Brunelle’s raw sensuality, Lydia Bouchard and Merryn Kritzinger’s poetry and Charles-Alexis Desgagnés’s explosive dazzle. In a skilful balance between contemporary dance and pop culture, the show gives a glimpse of the many different ways of experiencing the night, where art, finesse and amazement meet. The piece speaks a demanding choreographic vocabulary that is as powerful as it is fascinating. Living to the rhythm of an electrifying music score, the show reminds us that it's always time to dance and dream, because it's always Midnight somewhere.

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