From the creators of the internationally acclaimed Betroffenheit (winner of the Olivier Award for Best New Dance Production) comes a new dance/theatre work about corruption, farce and the forces of radical change. Young adapts an archetypal comic plot to generate the score for Pite’s stunning choreography. As dialogue and dance come in and out of alignment, Revisor is moved by its own opposing internal forces to create a theatrical expression of startling depth and complexity.
"Stunning work... every element in this remarkable piece contributes to its dynamic synthesis of movement, voice and text, light, sound, set and the imaginative vision of its creators."
CO-CREATED BYCrystal Pite & Jonathon Young
WRITTEN BYJonathon Young
CHOREOGRAPHED & DIRECTED BYCrystal Pite
COMPOSITION & SOUND DESIGNOwen Belton
SET DESIGNJay Gower Taylor
LIGHTING DESIGNTom Visser
COSTUME DESIGNNancy Bryant
ASSOCIATE ARTISTIC DIRECTOREric Beauchesne
PRODUCTION MANAGER & TECHNICAL MANAGERJeff Harrison
SHOW CONTROL PROGRAMMEREric Chad
STAGE MANAGERIsaac Robinson
LIGHTING & SOUND TECHNICIANLukas McCormick
RIG & WARDROBE COORDINATORStevie Hale Jones
VOICE ACTORSKathleen Barr
Co-produced by Sadler’s Wells (London, UK), Théâtre de la Ville (Paris, France), Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity (Banff, Canada), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (North Carolina, US), Canadian Stage (Toronto, Canada), National Arts Centre (Ottawa, Canada), DanceHouse (Vancouver, Canada), Dance Victoria (Victoria, Canada), Danse Danse (Montreal, Canada) and Seattle Theatre Group (Seattle, US).
This is one of the 200 exceptional projects funded through the Canada Council for the Arts’ New Chapter Program. With this $35M investment, the Council supports the creation and sharing of the arts in communities across Canada.
Developed with support from the National Arts Centre’s National Creation Fund.
Kidd Pivot benefits from the support of BNP Paribas Foundation for the development of its projects.
Kidd Pivot gratefully acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia, British Columbia Arts Council, the City of Vancouver, and countless individual and business supporters.
Pre-show chats are free with a ticket to that evening's performance
Thursday, April 13, 20177:15pm (Bluma Appel Theatre)
Professor Barry Freeman, Assistant Professor in Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Toronto, discusses Robert Lepage's Theatrical canon.