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A selection of shows available for touring 

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Passengers

Passengers

The 7 Fingers

For all audiences
90 minutes
Available in September and October 2023
Contact Kevin Bissonnette
[email protected]

A community of strangers with one thing in common: they all have somewhere to go. Their reasons for leaving may differ but they are joined in a moment of suspended limbo between two lives, as they say goodbye to one and prepare for another. This multidisciplinary production combines seamlessly high calibre circus acts, dance, theatre and a wonderful soundtrack without ever losing sight of the emotions and the humanity that have become the signature of The 7 Fingers.

Photo credit : The 7 Fingers

BLIZZARD

BLIZZARD

Flip Fabrique

For all audiences
70 minutes (no intermission)
Quebec and Eastern Canada tour currently in development between March 14 and May 29, 2022
Contact Catherine Jacques
[email protected]

With Blizzard, FLIP Fabrique takes you on a crazy, poetic, and tender journey through the depths of winter. Lose yourself in a moment of complete wonder! With performers at the peak of their art form and outstanding visual poetry, Blizzard promises to blow you away.

Photo credit : Emmanuel Burriel

Six°

Six°

Flip Fabrique

For all audiences
70 minutes (no intermission)
Available Fall 2021 and for touring blocks in Quebec and the Northeastern United States in February, March, and May 2022
Contact Catherine Jacques
[email protected] 

Six mysterious invitations are sent to six strangers. But on stage, only five people appear. On this planet, there are just six degrees of separation between us all. And since there are only five people on stage, what if the sixth person—the missing link—was you?

Photo credit : Stéphane Bourgeois

Cirqu’Avélo, la déraille en balade

Cirqu’Avélo, la déraille en balade

Marguerite à bicyclette

For all audiences
45 minutes
Available from July 15 to October 2, 2022
Contact Pauline Maud
[email protected] 

Marguerite à bicyclette presents Cirqu'Avélo, a poetic work that touches the hearts of passers-by. Cirqu'Avélo is a street show that is entirely energy self-sufficient. The bicycle of Marguerite à bicyclette generates electricity as it is peddled, providing all of the energy needed for the musical environment and the scenography to come to life.

Photo credit : Frédéric Lemieux-Cormier

Camping

Camping

Théâtre à Tempo

For all audiences
75 minutes (version for schools: 60 minutes)
Available as of October 2021
Contact Geneviève Kérouac
[email protected] 

A campground is a place where you can let loose and be yourself, because it’s finally vacation time! It’s a place where we all enjoy, tease, support, tolerate, and embrace our neighbors. A micro-society where Théâtre À Tempo’s world fits right in, it’s also the perfect place for clowning around.

Photo credit : Benoit Lemay

Concerto de bruits qui courent

Concerto de bruits qui courent

Théâtre à Tempo

For all audiences
60 minutes
Available now
Contact Geneviève Kérouac
[email protected] 

Two pompous musicians arrive on stage, confident in their ability to impress their faithful audience. The concerto begins seriously enough, but the well-intentioned stage crew turns out to be highly unpredictable. The concerto soon takes a decidedly unconventional twist, forcing the musicians to up their creative ante. The artists scramble to keep the performance on track, showcasing their percussive talents on an array of unusual instruments along the way.

Photo credit : Louis Boulay

Ripopée

Ripopée

L’Aubergine

For ages 5 to 12 and families
55 minutes
Available for touring as of February 2022
Contact Raphaël Fréchette
[email protected] 

A clownesque fable about the strength of friendship.
One fine morning, four artists arrive at the theatre, only to discover that the audience has arrived earlier than expected! The show begins, but things quickly get all mixed up: day-to-day life interferes with the performance, forcing it down a new, unpredictable path.

Photo credit : Plan R

Walter EGO

Walter EGO

L’Aubergine

For ages 5 to 12 and families
55 minutes
Available for touring in fall of 2021
Contact Raphaël Fréchette
[email protected]

When the unexpected happens…

Mr. Walter lives his life alone in his little apartment. One morning, his world is turned upside down... Catapulted into a surrealist world, thrust into absurd twists and turns, Walter is taken on ludicrous adventures and even runs into his Alter Ego!

Juggling literally with the world of Magritte, this clownesque and playful creation by L’Aubergine is an invitation to enter the world of dreams where anything is possible. Music, surprises, fantasy and jests await: happiness guaranteed!  

Photo credit : Mario Villeneuve

Brotipo

Brotipo

Les Foutoukours

For families, schools, and all audiences
60 minutes
On tour throughout Quebec as of Fall 2021
Contact Rémi Jacques
[email protected]

It’s not always easy to work in pairs! The art of giving a chance to the other and joining forces when the right time comes is what the Brotipos will have to learn! Through their quarrels, their acrobatics and their lonely moments, the two clowns touch the hearts of the audience and make them laugh. A show filled with antics, laughs, handstands, diabolo, and a hand-to-hand act that will make you sing and dance, Brotipo is for the young and the old!

Photo credit : Les Foutoukours

Glob

Glob

Les Foutoukours

For families, schools, and all audiences
60 minutes
Available for touring throughout Quebec
Contact Rémi Jacques
[email protected] 

Two strange characters appear on stage.
They are fluffy, soft, and ageless.
Will they find out where they are and where they are going?
Will they understand what and who are they waiting for?

They wait for life to go by, searching for something to do…

They take the time to look at one other, to laugh, to cry, to go up and down…
Most of all, they take the time to take their time.

Will the surprises of life tell them what to do and where to go?

A show full of surprises, tenderness, circus, and magical moments!

Photo credit : Gabriel Talbot

Aquaphonie

Aquaphonie

Toxique Trottoir

For ages 3 and up, families, and schools 
35 minutes
Outdoor show
Available for touring as of May 2022
Contact Elise Legrand
[email protected] 

This aquatic celebration for all ages won’t leave anyone high and dry! Dive into the adventures of three aquanaut clowns! In a faraway, long-forgotten land, a group of water preservationists still rules. These amusing adventurers are on a mission to index the Earth’s waters — until a leak in the main tank jeopardizes their plans! In a panic, the trio spurts out torrents of solutions, each one more ineffective than the last, but the stream of their imagination has no limits! 

Acrobatic diving, fishing, swimming, sailboat journeys, games in a frog pond, showering, washing, wringing out, and rubber rings: In all waters there lies a tidal wave of pleasure that no dam can stop! From channels to funnels of laughter, Aquaphonie is a street theatre clown show set in the realm of fantasy.

Credit photo : Marie-Noële Pilon

Le Ciel rue

Le Ciel rue

Toxique Trottoir

For ages 3 and up, families, and schools
30 minutes
Outdoor show
Available for touring as of May 2022
Contact Elise Legrand
[email protected] 

When poetry and clown arts meet surrealism. With a cascade of choreographed scenes, optical illusions, and magical effects, Le ciel rue is wholly out of this world. Finding inspiration in the dreamlike, poetic world of surrealism, the show unfolds as a tug-of-war with reason from which the fantastic emerges. A poem without words, Le ciel rue knows no bounds but those of the imagination.

Photo credit : Mélanie Dusseault

Octave

Octave

Le Gros Orteil

For ages 5 to 12, families, and schools
55 minutes
Available now
Contact Marie-Hélène D’Amours
[email protected] 

Dear Grandfather Octave must leave the house. And what’s more, this move is taking place during a pandemic! His grandson kindly gives Octave a hand getting things ready. But Octave’s reluctant grandfather quickly upsets the smooth running of the whole process! He creates wild situations, entangling himself and his grandson in a myriad of incredible adventures. Full of movement and surprises, the clowning trio offers a well-paced and hilarious show combining acrobatics, juggling, a mini wall-trampoline, and live music.

Photo credit : Jim Mneymneh

The Librarian

The Librarian

Le Gros Orteil

For ages 5 to 12, families, and schools
50 minutes
Available now
Contact Marie-Hélène D’Amours
[email protected] 

At first glance, Paul-Émile Dumoulin seems like just a regular librarian. He is serious, proud and very orderly. Every book is in its place on his impeccable shelves. The only problem? As soon as Paul-Émile gets his nose in a book, reality disappears, giving way to slightly crazy worlds coming out between the pages. Through his adventures, the very sensible librarian metamorphoses. He suddenly turns into strange and silly characters who perform acrobatics, hand-balancing, juggling, break dancing, and beatboxing. Just how far will reading take him?

Photo credit : Sylvain Guitz

Move!

Move!

Le Gros Orteil

For ages 5 to 12, families, and schools
45 min
Outdoor show
Available now
Contact Marie-Hélène D’Amours
[email protected] 

Carlito spends all his time staring at his cellphone. But Leonie wants to run, jump, and play! Basketball, soccer, street hockey: it doesn’t matter, as long as she’s on the go. Mischievous, clever, and never willing to give up, Leonie will go to great lengths to get her friend Carlito to join her. Audiences won’t be able to resist the fun as Leonie and Carlito invent new games and share their contagious excitement.
This circus performance showcases hand balancing, juggling, unicycling, and break dancing. Watch out! It’s explosive fun!

Photo credit : Stéphane Plourde

Battements de Cirque, The coming back

Battements de Cirque, The coming back

Battements de Cirque

For all audiences
55 minutes
Available now
Contact Anouk Vallée-Charest
[email protected] 

The circus show Battements de Cirque: The Coming Back is a Covid-proof production by Anouk Vallée-Charest, co-directed by Jennifer Lecuyer. The show aims to bring audiences together to share an inspiring and festive moment. Through a series of solo acts, linked by ensemble choreography, the artists in the air and on the ground will amaze you with their poetry, their agility, and their grace. You will be delighted by this dynamic and refreshing circus show which includes juggling, Chinese pole, hand balancing, contortion, aerial silks, aerial hoop, and more.

Photo credit : Alexandre Galliez

Waves

Waves

Battements de Cirque

For all audiences
50 minutes
Available as of December 2021
Contact: Anouk Vallée-Charest
[email protected] 

Waves (Covid-proof) is the newest creation by Anouk Vallée-Charest, made in collaboration with artistic director Jennifer Lecuyer and renowned lighting designer Stephane Menigot. The new show is an intimate and poetic 50-minute solo inspired by waves, rebirth, resilience, and the weightlessness of underwater forces. Supported by poetry, dance, and three different circus disciplines (aerial straps, aerial hoop, and aerial silks), Anouk brings us into a world of emotions, sensitivity, and humanity.

Photo credit : Jean-François Savaria

Périple

Périple

Laurette & Arlette

For all audiences
45 min
Totally autonomous show
Available now
Contact: Marie-Hélène Côté and Soizick Hébert
[email protected] 

Laurette & Arlette, timeless nomads and singular clowns, share their passion for travelling through a rhapsody of imaginary landscapes. The comic and musical duo offer a unique and intimate performance with an original repertoire. Laurette, the unleashed orchestra conductor, and Arlette, the starlet and eternal apprentice, compete creatively to confuse one other and destabilize the audience in complete complicity. With lots of humour and no limits, the two eccentric performers captivate audiences of every age.

Photo credit : Rachel Côté

Ghost Light - Entre la chute et l’envol

Ghost Light - Entre la chute et l’envol

Machine de Cirque

For all audiences
60 minutes
Available April 1 to May 15 and in July and November 2022
Contact Vincent Messager
[email protected] 

The curtain falls. The theatre is plunged into darkness. Only a single light remains: the ghost light. The ghosts that inhabit the space are drawn toward it. As they recall the energy of a past life, they push each other around, push each other away, enjoy themselves, and tear each other apart, only to fall into an embrace once again.

Photo credit : Emmanuel Buriel

La Galerie

La Galerie

Machine de Cirque

For all audience ages 5 and up
75 minutes
Available December 2021 and January, May, June, September and October, 2022
Contact Émilie Fournier
[email protected] 

The circus invades the museum! Seven zany acrobats and an electrifying musician take in a monochrome exhibit. With a creative spark, they set off an explosion of color. In mocking defiance of convention, these wacky and endearing characters eagerly explore the exhibition inside out. Dizzying feats, astonishing discoveries, poetic liberties, and a serious dose of some silly good fun come together to fuel this ode to creativity.

Photo credit : Loup-William Théberge

Sweat and Ink

Sweat and Ink

Cirque Barcode

For all audiences
75 minutes
Available Spring 2023 and season 2023-2024
Contact Vincent Messager
[email protected] 

Sweat & Ink is an exploration of memory and relationships through acrobatic metaphor. Four humans wrestle with their own imperfections and limitations as they rub against the rough edges of memory’s fallibility.
Would perfect memory lead to perfect happiness, or can there be grace in our imperfection and beauty in our struggle as we tumble through life’s challenges?
Beautiful, messy, painful, and funny, it is a show to make you gasp, cry, laugh, and wonder.

Photo credit : Janhro Madko

ANIMAL

ANIMAL

Cirque Alfonse

For all audiences
75 minutes
Available in big tops June and July 2022 and October 28 to November 5 2022
Contact Vincent Messager
[email protected] 

With Animal, A Farm Story, Cirque Alfonse takes us on a journey of discovery through a series of slightly surreal farm fables served up with a touch of irreverence, impressive virtuosity, and the company’s familiar comic touch. In this re-invented agricultural world, the farm is turned upside down and the barn turned inside out!

A production for young and old alike, ANIMAL is the farm gone haywire!

Photo credit : Rolline Laporte

Above the C – C comme Camping

Above the C – C comme Camping

Les Deux de pique

For families, schools, and all audiences
60 minutes, plus performance-related activities available for the entire day
Outdoor show
Available June to October, 2022
Contact: Vincent Messager
[email protected] 

Meet the GoldenCrust family, made up of Kevin & Grace Bacon-GoldenCrust. These snowbirds are an odd couple with unusual talents.
An artistic clowning event for everyone, from the youngest to the oldest: there is something for everyone. The Deux de Pique simply need a place to park their vehicle and set up their play area for a day or two, with access to water and electricity. A park or a public square, which the locals will never see with the same eyes after their visit!

Photo credit : Nicolas Descôteaux

En écho

En écho

La Quadrature

For families, schools, and all audiences
60 minutes
Available as of fall 2022
Contact Vincent Messager
[email protected] 

Three acrobats search for ways to connect with others while maintaining an intimate relationship with their individual circus disciplines. En écho is a show that explores human connection through contemporary circus and music with a dose of touching humor.

Photo credit : Benoit Z. Leroux

Trattoria

Trattoria

Les Deux de pique

For families, schools, and all audiences
60 minutes
Available Spring 2023
Contact Vincent Messager
[email protected] 

Trattoria tells the story of an eccentric restaurant owner who is struggling with the loneliness caused by his wife’s absence. In an attempt to bring her back to life, he creates a world where his memories and fantasies merge. His reveries and clumsiness are the source of a great chaos for the greatest pleasure of the spectators! A physical comedy and circus show for the whole family.

Photo credit : Rodolphe St-Arnault

L’IMPRO CIRQUE

L’IMPRO CIRQUE

Les Improduits

For families, schools, and all audiences
60 minutes for a match with two teams of three players
120 minutes for a match with two teams of five players
Available now
Contact Vincent Messager
[email protected]

Impro Cirque is an evening show in which improvisation league antics meet circus arts. Each match is unique, because the themes and teams are never the same. A tournament that can turn out any which way, Impro Cirque invites audiences to watch the creative process unfold in its rawest form.

Photo credit : Alexandre Galliez

C’est à moi

C’est à moi

Cirkazou

For infants and toddlers ages 0 to 5
45 minutes
Available now
Contact Nathalie Nicolas
[email protected] 

Kazou would like to play with a strange animal holding a magic ball in its mouth. She is ready to try anything for it, sometimes forgetting her manners. With the help of the audience, she will learn these manners all over again, in a process full of gags, circus acts, and children's participation! A gripping story with a spectacular finale! The participatory aspects will be led at a Covid-safe distance.

Photo credit : Cirkazou

Prof. Brin d’humour

Prof. Brin d’humour

Cirkazou

For ages 6 to 12, families, and schools
45 minutes
Available as of autumn 2021
Contact Clotilde Schira
[email protected] 

Prof. Brin d’humour is ready for her scientific conference!
Armed with her three Nobel Prizes, she will passionately teach you about the incredible science of soap bubbles.
Solid bubble, giant bubbles, human in a bubble...
When science doesn’t take itself seriously, we make a lot of discoveries! 
An original and surprising participatory show.

Photo credit : Cirkazou

Branché

Branché

Cirque Barcode & Acting for Climate Montréal

All audience
60 min
Available from June to October 2021
Contact Eric Bates
[email protected]

Branché is a circus show for people of all ages, combining group acrobatics and dance, that can be played anywhere there are trees. Branché adapts and evolves with the different natural landscapes where it is played, from parks to forests to city streets; its content is influenced by its environment. The show evokes with simplicity and optimism the climate crisis by celebrating nature and the strength of community.

Credit : Agathe Bisserier

Stories in the City!

Stories in the City!

Les Dudes

For families, schools, and all audiences
45 minutes
An indoor and outdoor show
Available as of November 2021
Contact Philippe Dreyfuss
[email protected] 

Mixing familiar ingredients — acrobatics, music, comedy — in a secret recipe, Stories in the City is a treat for the whole family.

Photo credit : Herve Leblay

Sanctuaire

Sanctuaire

For all audiences
40 to 60 minutes
Indoor and outdoor show
Available as of October 23, 2021
Contact Marie Lebot
[email protected] 

A nomadic refuge, a place of calm in a chaotic world, and a hybrid show between circus, dance and visual arts.
Sanctuaire is centered around research on tensegrity and its poetic parallel. Sanctuaire harmonizes with the seasons, in the summer it takes place outside rooting itself in nature. During the winter it is held in museums and spaces dedicated to art. 
Sanctuaire is shaped around the desire to offer an inspiring space for everyone to breathe through hypnotic landscapes and performances.

Photo credit : Hugo Duquette and Sanctuaire

COMM-1-BULLE

COMM-1-BULLE

COLLECTIF CIRQUE H

For all audiences
30 minutes
Indoor and outdoor show
Available now
Contact David Menes Rodriguez
[email protected] 

Four characters are literally inside plastic bubbles of different sizes. Silence reigns in this unique community. Will they find a way to communicate in this isolated situation? Technology, music and circus link this small metaphorical, tender, visual and spectacular world.
A concert of poetry and circus. We are living in difficult times, we need to laugh!

Photo credit : Hugo St Laurent

CIRCUS INCOGNITUS

CIRCUS INCOGNITUS

JAMIE ADKINS

For all audiences
60 minutes
Available from November 1 to 28, 2021, January 12 to January 30, 2022, and June 1 to 30, 2022
Contact Annick-Patricia Carrière
[email protected] 

In Circus Incognitus, virtuoso clown Jamie Adkins is the everyman, attempting to relay his ideas in spite of his unhelpful props, and finding unconventional solutions when events begin to go awry. He builds the scene around him using everyday objects and he juggles just about everything. He maneuvers a hat with ideas of its own and negotiates a precarious slack wire. Performed over 1000 times in 22 countries, Circus Incognitus is full of humble, unguarded poetry and side-splitting wit.

Photo credit : Amanda Russell

L’après midi tombe quand tes biscuits se ruinent

L’après midi tombe quand tes biscuits se ruinent

La Croustade

For families, schools, and all audiences
60 minutes
Available now
Contact Vincent Jutras
[email protected]

The show explores the opposition and the relationship between two subjects: the child’s soul and the adult’s soul. We are inspired by the differences in typical behavior that can be observed between these two phases of human life.

Two artists on stage present different scenes, puzzling images, and human relationships. These absurd and dramatic relations tell sketches of stories revealing a pathetic daily life.

Photo credit : Jacinthe Perrault

Hiatus

Hiatus

La marche du crabe

For ages 2 to 5, toddlers, families, preschools and daycares
40 minutes
Available as of May 2022
Contact Sandy Bessette
[email protected] 

Hiatus highlights suspended moments of nothingness and children’s games. Addressing concepts of territories and living space, the stage is encircled by a wooden fence on one side and a metallic one on the other. Locked inside, two friends pass the time by building and deconstructing blocks, webs, and paths. Through the window, unbeknownst to them, a friendly musician neighbor follows the children’s games with many instruments. Designed for children between 2 and 5, the show mixes dance, circus, and theatre in a non-verbal play about the relation to space and to others. Saxophone, clarinet and flute convey the playfulness of the children’s games.

Photo credit : Denis Martin

Remous remis

Remous remis

La marche du crabe

For ages 3 and up, families, and schools (ages 5 to 10)
50 minutes
Available as of September 2022
Contact Sandy Bessette
[email protected] 

Who makes the rules? You or me? You + Me! Without a word, we trace limits, we delimit. We build territories, we share them, we defend them. Remous Remis presents a brother and a sister trying to make their imagination work together, with rejection, negotiation, play, and jubilation. Like a ride down the Mississippi on a raft, the show jumps obstacles, treads coastlines, and faces storms like the crest of a wave.

Photo credit : Denis Martin

Un orteil dans le vide

Un orteil dans le vide

La marche du crabe

For ages 5 and up, families, schools
50 minutes
Available as of September 2022
Contact Sandy Bessette
[email protected]

Un orteil dans le vide presents the delicate space between two strangers as they step towards one another. It brings us to a fragile place above the void — one left by someone now gone. A playful encounter where dance meets circus, Un orteil dans le vide forges links to catch us in times of need.

Photo credit : Louise Lemieux-Bérubé 

Cherepaka

Cherepaka

Nadère Arts Vivants

For all audiences
55 minutes (including audience entrance)
Available in 2022 (spring and summer) and in 2023
Contact Geoffroy Faribault
[email protected] 

Cherepaka means turtle in Russian. Composed of a shell and flesh, the Turtle carries within it the duality between the eternity of its shell that defies time and the ephemerality of its fiber that decomposes with time. Cherepaka depicts the death of a turtle and echoes the tension that inhabits human beings between their quest for infinity and the mortality of their animal flesh.

Photo credit : Marc-André Goulet

Chute Libre

Chute Libre

Cie LaboKracBoom

For families, schools, and all audiences
65 minutes
Available for the 2021-2022 season
Contact Yves Bellefleur
[email protected] 

A highly physical show bringing together contemporary dance, circus arts, and parkour, Chute Libre is a celebration of the art of movement in its many forms. Onstage, a team of five artists share a space where different tableaux and artistic worlds are intertwined, linked together by absurd humor and the pleasure of performing.

Photo credit : Studio Punch

Cartoon

Cartoon

François Isabelle

For ages 4 to 12, families, and schools 
50 minutes
Available now
Contact François Isabelle
[email protected] 

Resilient, optimistic, and touching, Frak is responsible for handling cardboard in a large company. Aware of environmental issues, he adopts the 3 R's strategy: Reduce, Recycle but above all Reuse. He creates large epic cardboard frescoes and comical parodies. Naïve and full of hope, he grasps for love in the passage of a letter found by chance.

Photo credit : Rodolphe St-Arneault

AND THE LEMON(S)

AND THE LEMON(S)

Collectif Erika et Jimmy

For all audiences
30-40 minutes (adaptable)
Outdoor show
Available June 2022
Contact Jimmy Gonzalez
[email protected] 

Faced with an increasingly complex and sophisticated world, E and J deliberately switch back to the direct and spontaneous creativity of their childhood. Here, they discover a state of urgency and intimacy, expressed explicitly through simple means. In their imaginary spheres, bright colors mingle with the pure pleasure of movement and with free choreography: the sensation of taking a step for the first time in a vast space of play.

Photo credit : Cooper Lee Smith

Les ILLUSIONNISTES, récital de magie nouvelle

Les ILLUSIONNISTES, récital de magie nouvelle

For all audiences
55 minutes
Outdoor show
Available now
Contact Marc-Alexandre Brûlé
[email protected] 

A dysfunctional telepathic duo right out of a 1930s Music Hall roams the city looking for a place to catch their breath after their theatre burnt to the ground. Blending new magic with a one-woman orchestra of unusual instruments layered in electronic loops, this unique theatrical duo invites all generations to an intimate rendezvous in the heart of the city.

Photo credit : Olivier Bousquet

The Lucky Trunk

The Lucky Trunk

Les Transporteurs de Rêves

For families, schools, and all audiences
55 minutes
Show available with or without a live orchestra
Available in September and October 2021 and January to April 2022
Contact Benoit Ranger
[email protected] 

Soap bubbles, balls, hats, sticks, juggling clubs, boxes, rings, a unicycle, a luminous torch, a stepladder: accessories of all kinds emerge from a whimsical travel trunk. In a cavalcade of circus acts and multidisciplinary performances.  Ben La Barouette transforms each and every object. The show is a rare opportunity to see this internationally recognized clown-performer and Guinness World Record holder in action!

Photo credit : Danny Pelchat

Gladys the husband hunter

Gladys the husband hunter

Caroline Rochefort

For all audiences
55 minutes
Available now
Contact Caroline Rochefort
[email protected] 

Gladys the husband hunter is a humoristic circus show about a 30-something single woman who wakes up one morning and decides that she needs to get married. The problem is that she has a lot of work to do in the field of seduction. Spectators will follow her in her quest to seduce the man who will make her say “I do.” Laughter is guaranteed. Seduction, maybe not!

Photo credit : Dave Vézina

The Jerry Show

The Jerry Show

Jerry Tremblay production

For all audiences
40 minutes
Available now
Contact William Poliquin Simms
[email protected]

Jerry Tremblay presents a theatrical circus show with absurd, refined and subtle humour. His goal: to keep spectators on the fragile line along which they wonder if they are seeing a real person or a circus actor. Acrobatic numbers are performed with force and brio, just when no one saw them coming!

Photo credit : Norbi Withney

Cabaret de cirque

Cabaret de cirque

Le Monastère

For all audiences
45 to 75 minutes
Available as of November 2021
Contact: Rosalie Beauchamp
[email protected] 

Discover original circus acts, created by the crème of today’s contemporary circus artists! Hosted by an exceptional MC, each production features the best artists of the province!

Photo credit : Caroline Thibault

Les Billy-croquettes

Les Billy-croquettes

Les soeurs kif-kif

For families, schools, and all audiences
40 minutes
Available now
Contact Josette Lépine
[email protected] 

Les Billy-croquettes is a small circus-fanfare composed of an accordionist and her mechanical animals. Little by little, her toys gain autonomy. Who is in charge? Who is in control? The fanfarist must deal with devices that are as endearing as they are unpredictable. Physical theatre, humour, and puppetry come together in this story of lively music and disobedient machines.

Photo credit : Clotilde Schira

Côté confiture

Côté confiture

Les soeurs kif-kif

For families, schools, and all audiences
40 to 50 minutes
Outdoor show
Available now
Contact Josette Lépine
[email protected] 

Flying bunnies, speeding French fries! These identical twins fight giant pink monsters, practice the art of snacking, and ensure the triumph of the umbilical cord. The Kif-Kif Sisters mix surprising comedy and audience interaction with enough happiness to make vegetables explode! Inseparable since the womb, these twin sisters have been performing all over the world for more than a decade.

Photo credit : Dominique Chartrand

Returns Department

Returns Department

Les soeurs kif-kif

For families, schools, and all audiences, 5 to 10
50 minutes
Available now
Contact: Françoise Lépine
[email protected]

A pair of twin sisters welcome you to the Returns Department. On their conveyor belt, a parade of objects, manufacturing errors, and dysfunctional accessories appear. Labouring with love, the twins handle complaints like boxes of candy. Little by little, the temptation to play with the merchandise before them takes hold, the objects themselves play some tricks of their own!

Photo credit : Jean-Pierre Eppe

Machine de Cirque

Machine de Cirque

For all audiences
90 minutes
Available in January, June, July, September and October 2022 and for the 2023-2024 season
Contact Émilie Fournier
[email protected]

Poetic and humorous! The five guys in Machine de Cirque appear to have everything going for them. Only one problem: they're alone in the world. Their quest: to contact other survivors with the help of a strange machine. Will they succeed? Daring, touching and hilarious, these five wacky characters share a bond that is fully contagious!

Photo credit : Loup-William Théberge

Life-Cycle

Life-Cycle

DynamO Théâtre

For families, schools, and all audiences
50 minutes
Available now
Contact Raphaël Fréchette
[email protected] 

This collaboration between DynamO Théâtre and circus artist Guillaume Doin brings together circus, theatre, and new magic. Using acrobatic feats, magic tricks, and poetic images, Life-Cycle explores the quest for identity, the loss of reference points, and the legacy left by those who have left us.

Photo credit : Robert Etcheverry

Cirque et boules de neige!

Cirque et boules de neige!

Productions 3.2.1. cirque

For ages 3 to 12, families 
50 minutes 
Available from November 2021 through March 2022 and from November 2022 to December 2022 
Contact Jolain Bélisle 
[email protected] 

A young girl who loves winter drags her video game obsessed older brother outside to play in the snow. A uniquely refreshing circus experience, Cirque et boules de neige! mixes juggling and acrobatics with a touch of poetry, amazing and comforting us as it reminds us of the pleasures of winter. 

Photo credit : Raphaël Jeannotte

Geek Quest

Geek Quest

Throw 2 Catch

For families, schools, and all audiences
45-55 minutes
Available now
Outside show, looking for a residence to adapt it to venues
Contact Jérémie Robert
[email protected] 

The super heroes they dreamed of becoming and the geeks they are today; the music of their youth - which they still secretly love — and the dangerous acts they are eager to present: This is what Robert and Henri have in store for you in this show that brings together the whole family. Two protagonists dive back into echoes of the 1990’s they grew up with in this new opus packed with absurd, whacky humor and acrobatic feats. Geek Quest, Throw 2 Catch’s new tall tale.

Graphic conception : Yashu
Photo credit : Saali Kuata

Athlétisme affectif

Athlétisme affectif

Collectif Erika et Jimmy

For all audiences
25 minutes (adaptable)
Available April 2022
Indoor or outdoor
Contact Jimmy Gonzalez 
[email protected]

What happens when the juggler, after his repetitive movements on autopilot, stops paying attention to his juggling balls? Inspired by the warm-up ritual, Jimmy goes into a trance with us and lets his actions go unconscious, focusing instead on the sensations of his body, on his breathing. The circus is transformed into a somatic practice. Jimmy coordinates an increasing amount of tasks. The intensity is rising. Chaos awaits him. He challenges himself in this piece five times longer than the typical juggling solo, finding pleasure in the endurance exercise.

Photo credit : Vjosana Shkurti 

Lorsqu’on joue

Lorsqu’on joue

Duo Les Belles Époques

For families, schools, and all audiences
30 minutes
Indoor and outdoor show
Available May and June 2022
Contact Erin Drumheller
[email protected] 

An innovative and colourful fusion of juggling and live music. Both comedic and touching, this playful mix of circus and music awakens all senses and sensibilities. Lorsqu’on joue includes a lively array of curiosities including traditional Québecois “giguing,” accordion, and dazzling fabric dances that are sure to captivate audiences of all ages.

Photo credit : Hervé Leblay

Brume

Brume

The 7 Fingers

For all audiences
Duration depending on demand
Outside show
Contact Kevin Bissonnette
[email protected]

As the fog lifts and the circus emerges from the clouds, a collective of artists has gathered to perform once again for an art-hungry public. Moving through the urban landscape, ephemeral artistic moments will push the boundaries of circus technique in a nod to traditional circus by putting the audience on the edge of their seats with moments of pure acrobatic virtuosity. It's time to resurface in front of a live audience and share with them our love of audacity and circus arts. 

Photo credit : The 7 Fingers

Tweet Tweet

Tweet Tweet

Femmes du Feu Creations

For infant, toddler, families ans schools
25 minutes
Available now
Contact Tara Bailiwick
[email protected] 

The show takes place on a magical tree apparatus (built by Peter Benedetti and Kelsey Carrier), with 2 nests and 2 wood swing apparatuses hanging from the branches. The performers move from the nests, up into the aerial tree canopy, through the rope tree trunk, and on the floor. There is a large forest floor carpet that lies under the tree branches for the audience to sit and lie on. TWEET TWEET is directed by Monica Dottor.

Photo credit : Brian Medina

In The Fire

In The Fire

Femmes du Feu Creations

For all audiences
Contact Holly Treddenick
[email protected]

IN THE FIRE (currently in creation) is a solo dance/aerial circus show about my dad. The show is based around stories from my dad’s experience as a Firefighter. It’s about my relationship with my dad. It’s about me. This show is about Fire. This show is about memories. This show is about trauma. This show is an homage to all the Firefighters out there, and to all those who have lost something or someone to Fire. IN THE FIRE works with all new invented apparatuses – a turn-out coat on a pipe, a rope loop and an aerial ladder. Dance, aerial circus, video, music and storytelling come together to light this fire.

Photo credit : Brian Medina

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BROMANCE

BROMANCE

BARELY METHODICAL TROUP

For all audiences
60 minutes
Available March 9 to May 9, 2022
Contact Annick-Patricia Carrière
[email protected] 

Bold, moving, and exhilarating, BROMANCE is an avant-garde, physical tour de force. Mixing humor and acrobatics, the show explores the dynamics of friendship between three men onstage. Underneath the muscles and strength of the three acrobats, we see their insecurities and clumsy tenderness. Fusing hand-to-hand and Cyr wheel with parkour, b-boying, tricking and contemporary dance, this is a show that will satisfy the most demanding of audiences!

Photo credit : Barely Methodical Troup

Between us...

Between us...

Cirque Entre Nous

For all audiences
50 minutes
Outdoor show
Available as of November 2021
Contact David Ayotte
[email protected] 

In an open space filled with both nostalgia and human warmth, five artists from different origins and horizons meet. They connect around three Chinese poles and develop a common choreographic language full of softness, emotion, and virtuosity. Complicity, intimacy, laughter, and music converge in this show full of love.

Photo credit : Fifi Rosenblat

The Attic

The Attic

Cirque Entre Nous

For all audiences
70 minutes
Available as of November 2021
Contact David Ayotte
[email protected] 

Le Grenier invites you to discover a place frozen in time. The show opens to space filled with abandoned objects whispering a story full of dust and yet full of life. Five people meet imside in order to delve into their memories. Through mesmerizing choreographies, they remember their illusions, their desires and their forgotten dreams. They will come out of it deeply transformed, complete, and, above all, together.

Photo credit : Alain Diaz

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