‘When circus and opera share the stage by taking a look at the courage and uniqueness of women.‘
ELSIE MORIN PRODUCTIONS and LES OISEAUX DU PARADIS INC are proud to present next June 10th at the Paul-Emile-Meloche center in Vaudreuil-Dorion, a spectacular and empowering multidisciplinary show that mingles circus arts, music, art and dance to create a performance full of sensitivity and gentleness, whose mission is to revive beauty and hope.
Elsie Morin, Creative director and artist for more than 25 years with international circus arts recognition, in collaboration with the Festi-Cirque de Vaudreuil-Dorion, is excited to present her latest creation, Lieberosa, with the artistic collaboration of aerial circus artist Anouk Vallée Charest, and Gaëlle Vuillaume, photographer.
Lieberosa is a multidisciplinary show which combines circus arts, opera, dance, video and music. It is also an intimate incursion into the world of this artist who presents touching moments of solidarity between human beings.
The artists, both in the air and on the ground, will dazzle you with their poetry, their prowess, their unparalleled agility and their grace.
This show, with much sensitivity and gentleness, will demonstrate the strength of team work and highlight the passion felt by the individual performer.
ABOUT ‘BIRDS OF PARADISE’ (Les Oiseaux Du Paradis )
Since 2000, Les Oiseaux Du Paradis` projects have been centered around an innovative and unique prop: the rotating mast. ( Featured above).
This fully automated device allows for amazing panoramic visuals from all angles. The designer and artist defies the law of gravity in 360 degrees and allows you to live unforgettable moments of wonder and joy.
Elsie Morin and her partner at the time, Mathieu Roy won several international awards and performed for more than 800 companies in 22 countries to present their art at special events.
Some collaborations of reknown include their participation in Cavalia`s Odysseo and specialized projects with Cirque du Soleil.
ABOUT ELSIE MORIN
Born in Montreal to Haitian parents, Elsie Morin began classical ballet lessons at the age of 5. During adolescence, she discovered several different dance styles and developped a particular interest in modern dance and artistic gymnastics. Her training is enhanced by more than 6000 hours of lessons and numerous performances.
June 10th at the Paul-Emile-Meloche center in Vaudreuil-Dorion,7:30 pm