A MAYDAY Production Co-Presented by dance Immersion and Canadian Stage
Created, directed, and choreography by Mélanie Demers with the precious collaboration of the interpreters
The cast of Cabaret Noir uses movement, dialogue, and music to reconstruct emblematic scenes from popular culture in a work that is both a celebration and resistance of concepts of “Blackness”. The artists play with clichés, folklore, and prejudices, summoning the words of Frantz Fanon, Nina Simone, Dany Laferrière, and Spike Lee to illustrate that no external authority can define our identities.
The show contains text in French, English, Creole and a hint of Spanish without surtitles.
Cabaret Noir Talkback!
Join us with dance Immersion on Friday, February 10 for a bilingual post-show talkback on stage with hosts Timea Wharton-Suri and Zahra Badua of dance Immersion.
Get your tickets to see the critically acclaimed Cabaret Noir, a MAYDAY Production co-presented by dance Immersion and Canadian Stage and stay back for an engaging evening exploring concepts of identity, movement, dialogue, and music with an audience Q&A!