Designers

Music

Pierre-Marc Beaudoin

His compositions are the result of long research, where lots of larges plans, often subtles and brittle like glass, amalgamate  to create true microcosme, both strange and familiar. Pierre-Marc Beaudoin also has interest for interactivity and video. These are éléments that he associate to different artistic and technologic contexte (Theatre, Dance, Plateform, VJ/DJ). In 2007, 2008 and 2009, he won the   Concours des jeunes compositeurs from SOCAN music. In 2009, he was in the official selection of the Concours internationaux de Bourges. He worked with  Michel Monty, Hélène Langevin, Benoît Vermeulen, Daniel Paquette, Stéphane Guignard (France). He’s collaborating with FED since 20011.

Costumes

Marilène Bastien

Gratuaded from scenography at the Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe,  with interdisciplinary studies at the Faculté des beaux-arts of Concordia University, Marilène Bastien is a  set, costume and accessories artist in theater, circus and dance. In the dance industry, she worked with Mireille Baril, Chantal Caron, Tony Chong, Marie Chouinard, Annie Gagnon, Lynda Gaudreau, Ginette Laurin, Aurélie Pedron, Marie-Claude Rodrigue and Manuel Roque In 2012, Marilène  joins the Festival Montréal Complètement Cirque team as a costume designer for Les Minutes, in a show directed by Anthony Venisse. In also in 2012 that  Marilène and six co-workers founded  Mouvement7, a new multidisciplinary creation group. She’s collaborating with FED since 2012.

Rehearsal Director / Playwright

Sophie Michaud

Freelancer artist, she’s been working  as a rehearsal director and artistic advisor for 15 years with a lot of people : from big creators to new talents or companies. These past years, she worked on different projects directed by lots of talented choreographs :  Hélène Blackburn, Roger Sinha, Hélène Langevin, Pierre-Paul Savoie, Manon Oligny, Marie-Claude Poulin, Chantal Caron and Lucie Grégoire, just to name a few.

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