End of the Line

Inertia Modern Dance Collective

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Inertia Modern Dance Collective présente ‘End of the Line.’ Le spectacle s’inspire de l’œuvre de Leonard Cohen, artiste, poète, musicien et écrivain légendaire. Son œuvre sert de fondation pour l’interprétation chorégraphique de notre initiative locale de danse ici à Montréal. ‘End of the Line’ invite les spectateurs à s’embarquer sur un voyage imaginatif en parallèle avec la vie et la carrière iconique de Cohen, intimement liées aux aspects poignants de la vie montréalaise. La chorégraphie explore des thèmes divers : spiritualité, religion, amour, vie, et mort.

Danseurs/ Chorégraphes:
Dashi Bouvier-Valenta
Naomi Adam-Johnston
Robyn Lane, Erin Kenna
Merron Woodbury
Asha Bittenbender
Sarah McDonald
Taylor Meisner
Yasmine Errami

Les billets sont disponible à la porte seulement.
Les billets sont aussi disponible en envoyant un courriel à inertiadance.mcgill@gmail.com

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Inertia Modern Dance Collective presents ‘End of the Line’. 'End of the Line' is inspired by the work of the late and legendary artist, poet, musician, writer, and academic, Leonard Cohen. Cohen’s work serves as a foundation for choreographic interpretation by the local dance initiative in Montreal. Paralleled to his life and iconic career, the show takes the audience on an imaginative journey featuring poignant aspects of Montreal’s vibrant city life. Intertwined are themes of spirituality, religion, love, home, life and death.

Dancers/Choreographers:
Dashi Bouvier-Valenta
Naomi Adam-Johnston
Robyn Lane, Erin Kenna
Merron Woodbury
Asha Bittenbender
Sarah McDonald
Taylor Meisner
Yasmine Errami

Tickets are available at the door
Tickets are also available by emailing inertiadance.mcgill@gmail.com

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Friday 24 March 2017 / 20:00
  • Saturday 25 March 2017 / 20:00

60 minutes
Retardataires / Latecomers : 30 minutes

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