, an expected comeback
WOULD will be back in Montreal on December 11, 12, 14 and 15 at La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines. A golden opportunity to discover or re-discover this striking duet performed by the stellar dancers Marc Boivin and Kate Holden, and awarded the CALQ Prize for best choreography of the 2014-2015 season.


Animal Triste presented in Vancouver
Animal Triste landed in Vancouver to be presented on October 19, 20 and 21, in co-production with the plastic orchid factory. The piece featured dancers Marc Boivin, James Gnam, Brianna Lombardo and Riley Sims, and received great acclaim.

We'll Be Fine: a Montreal premiere
MAYDAY and Good Women Dance Collective presented We'll Be Fine for the first time in Montreal on the occasion of the Festival Quartiers Danses last September 13.

Mélanie Demers as a director
Mélanie Demers was one of the directors of the play À te regarder, ils s'habitueront, which was presented last September at the Théatre de Quat'Sous. She created the movement for Angie Cheng and Jacques Poulin Denis.

Teaching at UQAM
This fall semester, UQAM’s dance department invited Mélanie Demers to teach the graduating students. They will revisit a work from her repertoire, and will offer public performances in December. More details to come!


Icône Pop
receives the Buddies in Bad Times Vanguard Award for Risk and Innovation
Following three representations on August 4, 5 and 6 at the SummerWorks Performance Festival in Toronto, Icône Pop was awarded the Buddies in Bad Times Vanguard Award for Risk and Innovation. An excellent news for the work, for which there is a lot to come!

A successful international tour
MAYDAY crossed the ocean last August to offer six shows of Icône Pop to the public of 's-Hertogenbosch (Netherlands) as well as two representations of Animal Triste in Bassano del Grappa (Italy), as part of the B.Motion Festival.


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