Backed by a dynamic musical score, 4 dancers ”vibrate reality”. VU - Vibrations Urbaines offers « moments of humanity » that give meaning and life to an urban space. This work is a pulsing ode to the rhythm of hearts, bodies, and sounds.

Full members of a musical and danced score, performers accompanied by movable and sound objects, evolve at the heart of a scenography where the core is an open place, a journey between daily and extra daily. 4 independent dancers, touching as well as skilled end up meeting, to finally interact and help each other. This urban vibration dictates nothing and nobody, it passes under the eyes of the spectators, they take the train moving when they wish, or watch it move away. The public is free to choose what to see or where to look.

Seize the present moment, follow an unanticipated reality, grasp the springboard of the imagination. [...] When words, appearance, and sound rhyme.
Louise Bédard


August 29, 2018 - Série Prince Arthur Danse, Plateau Mont-Royal, Montréal
August 25, 2018 - Festival de Théâtre de Rue de Lachine, Montréal
August 24, 2018 - Festival de Théâtre de Rue de Lachine, Montréal
August 15, 2018 - Square Cabot - presented by l’arrondissement Ville-Marie, Montréal
September 9, 2017 - Déambulatoire des Escales Improbables de Montréal in collaboration with the programme Hors les murs of l’arrondissement Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension | Place de la Gare Jean-Talon, Montréal


Year of creation : 2017
Running time : 40 minutes

Choreography : Louise Bédard
Performers : Marilyn Daoust, Jason Martin, James Phillips and Gabrielle Surprenant-Lacasse
Music : Diane Labrosse et Michel F. Côté
Costumes and set design : Valeska G.