Corpuscule Danse

Deborah Dunn, Lucie Grégoire, Benoît Lachambre, Corpuscule Danse

Quadriptyque I, II, III

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal QC
May 8-11 mai 2019
8-10 @ 7:00 | 19:00, 11 @ 4:00 | 16:00

Student Reporter Project

Accessible Dance: Inclusive Movement on the Rise in the Nation’s Capital

By Elizabeth Emond-Stevenson

We are incredibly fortunate to have access and bear witness to burgeoning inclusive dance programs and practices in this country and here in the Capital.

Mixed-Ability Performance: Le Baiser

The February 2009 issue of The Dance Current print magazine, features Martine Lusignan and France Geoffroy on the cover and accompanying articles on mixed-ability performance by Marie Claire Forte and Joan Philips.


An Intuitive Connection 

By Philip Szporer “Confort à retardement” John Ottman, France Geoffroy, Corpuscule Danse

“Confort à retardement” is John Ottman’s choreography created for France Geoffroy, a dancer and choreographer gaining recognition in Canada and abroad. The fact that Geoffroy is paraplegic defines the production, produced by her company Corpuscule Danse.  

Parks Full of Dance 

By Lindsay Zier-Vogel Dusk Dances  Dusk Dances

Neither the dark sky, nor the wet grass deterred the formidable crowd from coming out on the evening of July 11th, to enjoy the first park on Corpus two-park Dusk Dances festival. This year marks producers David Danzon and Sylvie Bouchards ninth event. Since its inception, Dusk Dances has become a summer-time institution  

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