Assistante à la direction artistique

Stéphanie Brochard

Stéphanie Brochard trained in both dance and theatre. She studied at the Conservatoire national de region in Angers, France, at L’École de Danse de Québec and went on to graduate from the teacher training program at The National Ballet School of Canada. She also studied at l’École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq in Paris, where she discovered the world of physical theatre and clown. She teaches on a regular basis in various dance training programs, in addition to offering different workshops. Stéphanie Brochard joined the Sursaut Dance Company in 2008, and performs in all the company’s productions as a dancer and is also Assistant Artistic Director since 2011. She also works with Les Jardins Chorégraphiques and Danse Cadence, two baroque dance companies in Montreal. In 2015, she created Me2, her first choreographic work, which is currently touring in Quebec and Canada with the Sursaut Dance Company. She also participated in the production Essaim, in which she presented her most recent solo creation, Compromis improbable, a project born of the desire to explore a new choreographic vocabulary by creating a fusion of baroque and contemporary dance.

Repertoire

Echos

[CHOREOGRAPHY : FRANCINE CHÂTEAUVERT] Echo, a sound that reverberates, radiates, repeats and always returns as if in answer to its point of origin.

Essaim

(2018) A blend of contemporary dance, circus arts, theatrical movement and baroque dance, five young choreographers invite us to discover their worlds.

Chemins de travers

(2015) Short in situ creations in which dancers take over the Centre des arts de la scène Jean-Besré

Happening Danse In situ

(2012) In Situ: A Dance Happening, is a site-specific creation, featuring short choreographic works that blend defined constraints with infinite possibilities.

Les meilleurs moments/The best of Sursaut

(2010) A celebration of 25 years of dance creations for young and family audiences.

Moïra

[CHOREGRAPHY : MORGANE LE TIEC] An enigmatic and mysterious journey inspired by the Greek myth of the three Moires.