He turns the structures of choreography upside down, merging into his work various elements from rock and performance art.
Winner of the Grand Prix de la danse de Montréal 2022
At the crossroads of performance, visual and digital arts, Stéphane Gladyszewski explores the limits of perception and calls upon all the senses to play with each other.
On the borderline of dance and theater, Alix Dufresne develops a hybrid style where body and movement are inductive of meaning.
A leading voice in Quebec theater, Étienne Lepage captures the imagination with his rhythmic language and cruel humour.
Her work uses potentials of dance virtuosities and performer type showmanship as material for living, oblique rebellion, and debate, entangled with heavy ambiguity.
Daniel Léveillé is the winner of the Grand Prix de la danse de Montréal (2017) for his impact on the dance community and the longevity of his career.