1.2.3. les pieds dans l’eau has been selected to feature in the Jouer Dehors programmation of La danse sur les routes
Take a look at the 2013 English version of the Jouer Dehors brochure for technical and promotional details about the show
1.2.3. les pieds dans l’eau, touring during the summers of 2012 and 2013, was created on the shores of the St. Lawrence river in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli. Inspired by the river and geese, Chantal Caron offers a complete work for 3 male interpreters, 2 female interpreters and 6 emerging dancers, waiting to be danced on the infinity of other horizons.
The choreographic frame is an initiatory journey to the outer reaches of childhood, exploring the metaphorical universe of the original game. The dancers touch on the games of pretending and make believe, play around reinventing the world; they become fluvial creatures, supernatural beings and wild geese.
“We were blown away”, Village en chanson de Petite-Vallée
“FED’s work is unique, singular and calls for admiration”, Salle de spectacle de Sept-Îles
Duration: 30 minutes
Year Created: 2010
Target audience: general public
Choreographer: Chantal Caron
Interpreters: Thomas Casey (or Gabriel Painchaud), Oliver Koomsatira, Claudelle Bilodeau, Émily Gagné, Marie-Ève Demers and four extras.
Necessary arrangements: 3 hours of rehearsal on the day of the performance.
Space requirements: A plane surface of 45 ft. X 35 ft.