The Wildside Festival is taking over the Centaur Theatre with two shows!

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Logic of the worst Wednesday, March 2nd-5th at 7pm

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1, 2, maybe 3 Wednesday, March 9-12th 7pm

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Wildside Festival Remix 2022 in collaboration with La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines is happy to welcome back live audiences at Montreal’s Centaur theatre for two shows: (Logic of the worst & 1,2, ….maybe 3 ).

*** In addition this Saturday March 5 at 9PM, don’t miss Wildside Unplugged, the musical celebration for the 25th anniversary of Wildside, featuring the talents of Sarah Segal-Lazar, Lucy Earle, and Vienna D’Amato Hall.

Reserve your free spot here.

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In the photo: Alex Bergeron
📸 by Gunther Gamper

Written by Étienne Lepage, choreography by Frédérick Gravel – featuring Jon Lachlan Stewart, Yannick Chapdelaine, Marie Bernier, Marilyn Perreault and Philippe Boutin.


Five performers explore the notion of the “worst” in front of their audience. Through anecdotal stories, demonstrations and flights of fancy, the worst proves to be a powerful philosophical acid that exposes our relation to the world, shining a playful but unforgiving light from which even the performers cannot hide.

While being a primarily scenic project, Logic of the Worst coordinates text, movement, music and stage set, searching for a universe capable of not only seducing spectators, but of also making them the privileged accomplices of a truly original world view.

ASL performance March 5th.

1,2,….maybe 3
  1. 2… Maybe 3 (March 9, 11 and 12 at 7PM)

Co-creation Jean + Syd
Performed by Sydney McManus and Keanu Uchida

Measuring the mundane. Close to each other, two bodies attempt to coexist. The shapes and fabrics intertwine to the point where it becomes difficult to determine where they belong. Unforeseen complications arise as intentions turn into actions. Overlapping decisions generate constraints. Finally, by giving in to the decisions of the other in search of a compromise, we tend to complicate what should have been simple.

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