TRANSPORT FADE + BAROUF / DOUBLE BILL

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TRANSPORT FADE - Maya Orchin (New York City, United States) - 20 min.

MayaOrchin_TransportFade_c_Marie-Letkowski_FQDWeb Maya Orchin combines dance and theatre to explore the strange and humorous sides of each dancer. Presented at the 12th edition in an urban setting, she returns to the stage of the FQD with Transport Fade, a highly physical work that combines breathtaking movements!
Performer(s) Michael Abbatiello / Maya Orchin / Joshua Stansbury / Katie Stehura
Music Fraser Campbell / Delaney Stockli
Costumes Maya Orchin
Photographer Marie Letkowski
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Biography of the choreographer

Maya Orchin has been presented at Judson Church, The 92nd St Y, The Center of Performance Research, Dumbo Dance Festival, Art Helix, The Williamsburg Art and Historical Society and internationally by Die Elektroschuhe at Dock 11 in Berlin, Germany and at Quartiers Danses in Montreal. She has also choreographed for musician Future Brown at MOMA PS1 and worked on a choreographic project with NIKE. As a performer she has worked for Zoe Scofield, Davis Freeman, Luis Lara Malvacias, Reut Shemesh, Lynn Neuman, Jody Sperling, and Joanna Mendl Shaw.

Artistic vision

I am interested in creating transformative experiences. Working with combining dance and theatre, I want to push the boundaries and make both performers and audience members have new sensations. I am intrigued with fleshing out one’s unique way of moving and exploring the weirdness and humour that comes from individuality. I am fascinated with both the light and dark sides of someone and would like to create work that is both imaginative and daring.

BAROUF - Morgane Le Tiec (Montréal, Canada) - 30 min.

Morgane_Le-Tiec_Barouf_c_JeremyCoachman_FQDWeb After the success of her trio Sous ma peau, Coup de Coeur du Public prize at the 13th FQD, Morgane Le Tiec returns this year with Barouf, a work that seeks inspiration from the myth of Babel and communication-related questions in this era of technology. Using humour, energy and fragility, Barouf confuses us and creates a joyful disturbance.
Performer(s) Cai Glover / Kiera Hill / Katherine NG / Ashley Werhun / Marcio Silveira
Music Blaise Borboen-Léonard
Costumes Morganna The White
Lighting Jean-François Piché
Accessories Noémie Avidar
© Jeremy Coachman

 

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Biography of the choreographer

Morgane Le Tiec, who was born in France, studied at the Opéra de Paris Dance School then at Paris’ Conservatoire National Supérieur de Danse. In December 2008, she joined La la la Human steps, then worked with Montalvo/Hervieu in 2009; Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal from 2011 to 2015, then Compagnie Marie Chouinard since December 2015. In parallel, she works on her own choreography and creates the trio Sous ma peau, presented at Quartiers Danses Festival in September 2015.

Artistic vision

My work and my vision: My choreographic work is based on expressionist and theatrical dance. Everything stems from an emotion or a situation that I try to convey through movement. Movement then becomes a means of expressing human emotions. Rhythm and energy are essential to my approach and their use may convey an utterly different message with the same movement. I rely on emotional interpretation and improvisation within a very structured and assembled movement. Theatrical parts support or put into perspective an idea that is developed by the movement. I try to reach the daily life, states of mind and body of human beings as much as possible.

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