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Elenit - Euripides Laskaridis

Théâtre Jean-Duceppe From June 1 To 4, 2022

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A world out of time, suspended between dreams and the end of ideals. Propelled by a wind turbine, a parade of strange characters and a prehistoric beast gravitate around a smoke-spewing creature. After Titans astounded the FTA’s audience in 2018, the fabulous Greek performer Euripides Laskaridis enchants once again with his eccentric imagination in this poetic and grotesque fable about the grandeur and flaws of humanity.

Strewn with scraps of sheet metal, the stage becomes a place for bizarre apparitions where Laskaridis’ personal mythology is unleashed. An extraordinary creator of characters, he dresses up to transform his body into a theatre where gods, monsters, humans and machines come together. A work swept by an irrational wind, Elenit thrusts the spectator into a burlesque tale where chaos rules supreme. A combat in the present, before we disappear.


Package 2 Shows for the Festival TransAmériques
Package 2 Shows for the Festival TransAmériques

Get the 2 shows left of the Festival TransAmériques, presented at Place des Arts for $90.

Elenit - Euripides Laskaridis, June 1 to 4, 2022
Laboratoire poison - Adeline Rosenstein, June 7 to 9, 2022



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