All in All

Parbleux
Benoit Lachambre
All in All is a profound reflection on multiple artistic, socio-cultural and political realities, a voyage through different territories, an invitation to experience cycles through a triangular performative coexistence uniting three cultures: Lebanese, Mexican and Canadian.

Tryptic within a tryptic and deployed in three separate choreographic spaces, the work questions us both as individuals and collectively on the resonance of bodies, movements and consciousnesses. Three parts to the piece: The Ogre, The Phoenix and the Faithfull Friend, Boreal Castles and Perro de Fuego y Rata de Agua coexist developping in parallel, together and separately, giving the audience opportunity to visit all those universes over few hours.

CREDITS

All in All conceptualisation and scenography

Benoît Lachambre

Choreographic and performative development

Elinor Fueter, Rachel Harris, Benoît Lachambre, Charlie Prince, Ricardo Rubio

Dramaturg

Kathy Casey

Perro de Fuego y Rata de Agua
Co-creators of relations/performers

Benoît Lachambre, Ricardo Rubio

Sound installation

Miguel Mesa

Beaded accessories creation

Venado Mestizo

Boreal Castles
Performers

Elinor Fueter, Rachel Harris

L’Ogre, le Phénix et l’Ami fidèle (The Ogre, the Phoenix and the Faithful Friend)
Performer

Charlie Prince

Multimedia installation

Tarek Chemaly

The work is co-produced by Fabbrica Europa festival (Florence, Italy) and CEART (San Luis Potosí, Mexico), and supported by the University Cultural Center Conjunto Santander de Artes Escénicas (Guadalajara, Mexico), the Joliette Art Museum, in collaboration with Diffusion Hector-Charland (Quebec) and Théâtre Alphonse-Desjardins in Repentigny and through creation residencies spread over the years 2021 and 2022.
All in All is a conceptualization of Benoît Lachambre, a production of Montréal Danse and a coproduction of Montréal Danse and Parbleux.