April 6


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Wacky and funny contemporary dance for the whole family. In the world of video games, a glitch is a kind of bug in which a character is subjected to unexpected behaviour, such as a sudden disappearance. Fascinating, fantastic and surreal, this new creation sparks imaginations and leads the audience to question and apprehend the unpredictable. But who is this famous Glitch? 

GLITCH starts off in the mysterious basement of a deserted theatre. At least, that’s what the four characters believe when they enter a world that’s about to transform them. What will we discover in this strange dimension where laws defy our reality? Lighting, set design and costumes come together on stage, at the mercy of the laser, which becomes a fifth character. He’s the glitch that appears and disappears, guiding the youngsters as they discover this forbidden place, where the gap between two worlds becomes almost illusory. Glitch makes the light groove.

Theatre of movement, clown dance and lasers
Theatre of unlimited play

Location: La Grande Salle, Place des Arts
Duration: 50 minutes, without intermission
Age: 5 to 12 years old
Spokesperson: Pierre-André Muila, dance teacher and choreographer

*This show is presented in French only, but is of little to no words.


  • Conception and Direction
    • Hélène Langevin
  • Choreography
    • Audrey Bergeron
    • Hélène Langevin
  • Performance
    • José Flores
    • Marianne Gignac-Girard
    • Chloé Ouellet-Payeur
    • Gabrielle Surprenant-Lacasse
  • Costumes
    • Marilène Bastien
  • Lighting
    • Lucie Bazzo
  • Dramatist
    • Martin Bellemare
  • Rehearsal Director
    • Marie-Eve Carrière
  • Music
    • Bernard Falaise
  • Set
    • Richard Lacroix
  • Laser
    • Jimmy Lakatos
  • Production Manager
    • Catherine Comeau
  • Sound Direction and Laser Effects
    • Guy Fortin
  • Technical Director and Lighting Effects
    • Martin Lepage
A Production by

The TNO would like to acknowledge the contribution of the Conseil scolaire du Grand Nord, the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon, Club Richelieu and Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens as show partners.



A production by Bouge de là

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