With Cube, ZEUGMA DANSE moves into the public space, creating a new habitat for percussive dance in proximity to the audience.
In this unique performance, four dancer-percussionists, propelled by driving rhythms, must adapt to a constantly changing environment. Beginning as expansive, the space gradually shrinks until it is compacted and restrained. The mounting pressure transforms the physical vocabulary of the performers and intensifies the emotional charge of the audience.
Strength and resilience are at the heart of this vivacious work that celebrates the capacity of humankind to adapt in the face of adversity.
While Cube can be presented as a stand-alone piece, it is also the first chapter of the company’s trilogy of site-adaptive works.
A powerful work illustrating the incredible capacity for resilience of the human being.
MOVEMENT | Frédérique-Annie Robitaille and Yaëlle Azoulay with precious help from the performers during creation RHYTMICAL ENVIRONMENT | Patrick Dugas PERFORMERS DURING CREATION | Olivier Arseneault, Patrick Dugas, Philippe Meunier, Antoine Turmine and Ian Yaworski PERFORMERS ON TOUR | Sébastien Chalumeau, Bruno Martinez Gamiz Vincent-Nicolas Provencher and Louis Roy UNDERSTUDY | Chloe Hart COSTUMES | Yaëlle Azoulay and Jeanne Dupré SCENOGRAPHY | Louis Gloutnez, and Olivier Arseneault VIDEO | Philippe Meunier PHOTOS | Vitor Munhoz PRODUCTION MANAGER | Frédérique-Annie Robitaille ARTISTIC DIRECTOR | Mario Boucher