Choreographer Estelle Clareton
Artist-in-residence at Centennial
Starting August 18th through August 22nd, Centennial Theatre welcomes choreographer Estelle Clareton and dancers from her company (Brice Noeser, Katia Petrowick, Annie Gélinas, Annie Gagnon) as they put the final touches to a work for young audiences currently titled Kids. This dance residency at Centennial Theatre is made possible through a grant by Canada Council for the Arts. We invite the community to see the work in progress during an open presentation on Friday, August 22nd at 3 p.m. at Centennial Theatre. Admission is free, all are welcome, especially children 12 and under.
In past seasons, Estelle Clareton has presented some works at Centennial Theatre namely Monsieur (2004-2005) and S’envoler (2011-2012) created for dance company Montréal Danse.
Founded in 1999 in Montréal, Créations Estelle Clareton (formerly named Création Caféine) is a company based on research and choreographic creation, a place where freedom and experimentation abound. Choreographer Estelle Clareton is best known for her original choreographic works where languages are weaved. Her choreographic signature is recognizable, hybrid, human and engaged in reflexion. He ties to the theatre and the circus contribute to a strong and physical body of work. Her latest creations let the body speak in a dance that while remaining theatrical, seeks to unfold through evocation. Themes of lost identity and a quest for autonomy are imbued in her recent works. For more information : www.estelleclareton.com REMINDER : Individual tickets are on sale as of August 18th. Box Office 819-822-9692. Website: www.centennialtheatre.ca