Corpus collaborates theater and dance. Sylvie Bouchard and David Danzon want to find their artistic form of expression. Watch an excerpt of "Nuit Blanche."
The body is the primary tool in Corpus' work. Bouchard and Danzon have been married for three years; the pair discusses their personal and professional lives. Watch an excerpt from "A Flock of Flyers."
Danzon and Robert Desrosiers discuss working in an environmental space. Leading the audience through "Dusk Dances" first inspired Danzon to create "Les Moutons."Corpus visited the Riverdale farm many times to create their characters.
Bouchard witnessed different characters within a flock of sheep. Performers discuss the rehearsal process of "Les Moutons" and their desire to emulate the sheep. Bouchard felt badly about scaring the young children.
Andrea Nann likes to perform with Corpus. Danzon and Bouchard want to keep surprising their audience and ensure their ideas are fresh.
Credits: Corpus: Freedom
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Humor and minimalism are the hallmarks of this Toronto-based company. Sylvie Bouchard and David Danzon, partners on and off stage, bring their combined theatrical and dance backgrounds to the stage to entertain audiences around the world. Their expressive use of environments and props gives them an unique performance value that puts a thought in your head and a smile on your face.
Length: 25 minutes
Copyright date: ©2004
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