Inspired by a deep attachment to this musical form, Pierre-Paul Savoie (1955-2021) drew on the repertoire of Quebec song to develop this new interdisciplinary creation. The works of Gilles Vigneault, Claude Léveillée and Félix Leclerc dovetail with those of Alexandre Désilets, Alexis Dumais and Lise Vaillancourt to fix the canvas of a choreography that oscillates between ardor and poetry, between gentleness and tone. .
One rainy day, two children - a brother, a sister and their cat Piano - are confined to the house, their noses glued to the windows. Boredom quickly gives way to creativity that magically unfolds before the eyes of young spectators. Le Trésor takes a luminous look at childhood, joy, freedom and the spontaneity of play.
A production of PPS Danse
The creation of this show was made possible thanks to the support of Place des Arts de Montréal and its Foundation. PPS Danse would also like to thank Spectacles New Richmond and Spect’Art Rimouski as well as the houses of culture Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Mercier. Finally, a special thank you to Chantal Baudouin for her contribution to the creation process and to Corinne Crane for her outside eye.
Choreography and direction: Pierre-Paul Savoie in collaboration with the performers
Performers: Nicolas Boivin, Audray Julien
Substitutes: Chantal Baudouin, Philippe Depelteau
Stage machinist: Juliette Thiriet
Rehearsal director: Marie-Ève ??Carrière,
Original music: Alexandre Désilets, Alexis Dumais
Interpretation of songs: Alexandre Désilets
Dramaturgy: Lise Vaillancourt
Scenography and puppet: Richard Morin
Lighting: Stéphane Ménigot
Costumes: Fany Mc Crae
PPS Dance artistic direction: David Rancourt