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All Hell is Breaking Loose, Honey

Frédérick Gravel/Grouped’ArtGravelArtGroup
HISTORIC THEATRE | 1895 VENABLES ST. | [map link]

NOV 8 – 12, 2016

Historic Theatre

All Hell is Breaking Loose, Honey

Photo by: Dave St-Pierre

For ages 19+ 

Performed by four male dancers, choreographer Frédérick Gravel attempts to deconstruct the stereotypes of the typical North American male, from T-shirts, beer, and baseball to violence, confusion, and mood swings.

*Contains male nudity

THE DRAW: “An explosive exploration of masculinity that is half dance, one quarter performance art, and one quarter rock show” — The Ottawa Citizen

A show that exacerbates the beauty of the complaint as the cry, howl desperate and beautiful from the injured animal”
— Paris Art (Paris, France)

Frédérick Gravel is a pioneer choreographer who wants to break the elitist image of contemporary dance and open it to a wider public… Having it all, he is a rising star on the international stage.”
— Fabienne Cabado, Voir

Showtimes:
Nov 8, 8PM: Opening Night
Nov 9 – 12: 8PM

Artist Talkback:
Nov 9, 8PM

Running Time: 70 minutes

Sponsors and Funders:
15/16 Sponsors

Credits:
Executive Producer: Daniel Léveillé Danse
Development Agents: Marie-Andrée Gougeon; George Skalkogiannis
Studio: Steptext Dance Project, et la Place des Arts
Concept and Direction: Frédérick Gravel / Grouped’ArtGravelArtGroup
On Stage: Nicolas Cantin, Dany Desjardins, Tomas Furey, Frédérick Gravel
Dancers and Musicians at creation: Stéphane Boucher, Nicolas Cantin, Frédérick Gravel, Dave St-Pierre
Original Music: Stéphane Boucher
Lights: Alexandre Pilon-Guay
Sound: Louis Carpentier
Technical Director and Stage Manager: David-Alexandre Chabot
Dramaturgy: Katya Montaignac
Rehearsal Director: Jamie Wright (at rerun), Anne Lebeau (at creation)
Artistic Advisors: Ivana Milicevic, Anne Lebeau, Claude Poissant, Hugo Gravel
Production: Frédérick Gravel
Co-production Festival: TransAmériques in collaboration with Place des Arts

With the support of Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec; Canada Arts Council
This production receives administrative/development support from Daniel Léveillé Danse company (Montreal, Canada) as part of its sponsorship project.

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