Volte 21 presents VOYAGE(S) This Month!
Voyage(s) is a festive show where body and territory, dance and words, ideas and audiences confront one another. A work that speaks of identity, memory, utopia and freedom through three emblematic figures: Ulysses, Don Quixote and Peer Gynt. The actors Sylvio Arriola, Marc Béland and Stefan Verna will share the stage with musician Radwan Moumneh (Jerusalem in my heart) which delivers original music created specially for this project.
Born in Lebanon, the director and playwright Hanna Abd El Nour is now based in Quebec for 10 years already. With his theatre company Volte 21, in order to open public debate, he proposes a political and risky vision of arts through his multidisciplinary work. His shows have a large and diverse audience. He offers them sensory experiments and atypical events, which analyze social concern and the crisis of our time. Artists and citizens gather together to celebrate an ideal world, where everything is possible, a utopia.
To watch the next show of VOLTE 21, UTOPIE (S), a festive event lasting 12 hours, presented at Arsenal Contemporary Art Montreal from February 13 to March 10, 2018.
Monday, January 22 and 29 at 7 pm
+ January 23-25-26-27-30 and February 1st - 2-3 at 8 pm
(No show on Wednesday and Sunday)
Artistic director : Hanna Abd El Nour Production manager: Pierre-Yves Serinet. Writer and director: Hanna Abd El Nour.
Performers: Sylvio Arriola, Marc Béland, Stefan Verna.
Vocals, music and sound design: Radwan Moumneh (Jerusalem in my heart).
Director's assistant and control room: Camille Robillard. Lighting: Martin Sirois Costumes: Fruzsina Lanyi. Graphic and web design: Hugo Nadeau. Produced by : VOLTE 21. Diffused by : La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines.