MONTRÉAL DANSE – In creation with Caroline Laurin-Beaucage and Lorganisme

MONTRÉAL DANSE – In creation with Caroline Laurin-Beaucage and Lorganisme

Montréal Danse is proud to work with choreographer Caroline Laurin-Beaucage on a trilogy about the flesh that started in one of our Choreographic Research Workshops in December, 2012. Montréal Danse continued assisting the project produced by Caroline’s company Lorganisme. It is unfolding as a trilogy, with three singular and powerful propositions: after Entailles performed at Tangente on March 2014, the flesh will become performance act at OFFTA 2014 with Charcuterie. Montréal Danse and Lorganisme are joining forces through the creation of Décomptes (working title), the third and last proposition of the trilogy, a butchery dedicated to the unveiling of the flesh of the soul through the unveiling of the flesh of the body, to be unveiled in 2015.

Discover Charcuterie at OFFTA 2014 performed by Rachel Harris and Esther Rousseau-Morin: “They pluck, they dismember, they rip apart. They lift up the skin and hang the flesh. In-between butchery and surgery, from picnic to the morgue, where will the hands cease to dig? Charcuterie is a lab for two women and two chickens.”