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Grand Singe

In his ''dancing'' play Grand Singe, Nicolas Cantin's universe imposes its difference and its main characteristics: minimalism, tragicomic humor and meticulous work on the performer's presence... This hybrid presence tells about the encounter of a man and a woman and is a testimony of Cantin’s talent for capturing rifts and human absurdities. A young creator pushing the limits of genres, Nicolas Cantin audaciously ventures on the slippery slopes of intimacy. By stretching time and betting on the extreme presence of his performers, he unveils the dark side of fragility.


Choreography Nicolas Cantin

Performers at the creation Anne Thériault, Stéphane Gladyszewski

Light Frédérick Gravel

Dramaturgy Peter James


Production Nicolas Cantin

Executive producer Daniel Léveillé Danse


With the support of Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and Canada Council for the Arts


Administrative and Development support Daniel Léveillé Danse as part of its sponsorship project

Created in 2009

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