The Ogre, the Phoenix and the Faithful Friend

Montréal Danse

Canada (Quebec)
Duration 150 min.
Booth 116
08 November 2022 at 20:00 Circuit-Est centre chorégraphique Espace Saint-André - Studio C
Artistic Direction: Benoît Lachambre
The Ogre, The Phoenix and the Faithful Friend unites Benoit Lachambre, Lebanese-Canadian performer Charlie Prince and Lebanese multimedia artist Tarek Chemaly to create a reflection on collective identity, memory and political struggle in the context of contemporary Lebanese history. A vertiginous journey of color, beauty, mourning, destruction, revolt and cleansing. Charlie Prince - Dancer Monia Pavoni - Photo credits The audience can enter and exit the performance at any time. The Ogre, the Phoenix and the Faithful Friend is one of three segments of All in All. These segments usually run concurrently. At CINARS, the other two segments will be presented in installation. All in All is a production of Montréal Danse and a co-production of Montréal Danse and Parbleux. Open to all participants of the CINARS 2022 Biennial Number of seats (per performance): 50 Shuttle service included
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