Facing their destiny to end their lives crushed inside a mouth. A short-lived life. Before departing, they are at least planning on having a blast. The "Pop-corps" run around from stage-left
to stage-right. You, humans, you don't understand why they jump, fall, get agitated. You watch, a spectator, sitting motionless in your seat. Why even try to understand? With popcorn in your
hand, everything will be fine. At least I hope so, for your own sake.
A program of three short creations by Marc Béland, Ismaël Mouaraki and Edgar Zendejas. This new format is intended as a laboratory, a space for research and creation with a decidedly contemporary
approach. The Chapiteau studio at the School provides an intimate setting, ideal for discovering the circus in scaled-down form: not only is the 75-minute running time shorter, but major
excitement is created with fewer artists on stage.
Teacher in charge: Adrian Martinez
Students: Antoine Boissereau, Laurie Bérubé, Xavier Laliberté, Leela Masuret, Megan Rennels, Agustin Rodriguez Beltran, Elwin Roland,
Katherine Scarvelis, Joaquim Verrier
Scenography and choreography: Ismaël Mouaraki (Compagnie Destins Croisés)
Photo: Marie-Andrée Lemire Photographe
Total duration: 75 minutes