MONTHLY NEWS – March
To be discovered in March at PPS Danse
Perles in Montreal in 2024
The team is very pleased to announce the return of Perles to the Cinquième Salle on February 23 and 24, 2024! Let yourself be transported by the grace of the dancers, the virtuosity of the musicians and the power of the singers on stage. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to discover or re-discover Pearls.
“Perles touches and inspires people with finesse, gentleness, depth and great accessibility. It celebrates and reveals local artists who dare to create and interpret a world, each in their own way. It’s a date at the Cinquième Salle of the Place des Arts in Montreal in February 2024.” David Rancourt
The entire team is looking forward to seeing the Montreal audience again!
Get your tickets now to be part of the adventure in 2024.
Several upcoming performances for young audiences
The Treasure continues to tour with many dates in March. For most of the performances this month, the show is free with a simple reservation. Do not hesitate to consult the link below for more information.
Artiste of the month
Márcio Vinícius Paulino Silveira
Marcio joined the PPS Dance team with the creation of Pearls. His energy and sense of detail make him an outstanding dancer. The attention he pays to each movement allows him to sublimate each choreography he interprets. Marcio has distinguished himself on the Quebec scene by winning season 2 of the show Revolution. In addition, he has traveled to more than 26 countries performing on different acclaimed stages around the world. He is currently developing his new project Janie et Marcio.
A short interview with Marcio is also available on our Instagram.
By Dorothée de Cabissole
Each week, dance professionals open up about their journey and their passion. “In the shadows or in the spotlight, they are all in motion and all dancers.”
JEU, revue de théâtre
Founded in 1976, JEU is the only French-language magazine in North America devoted exclusively to the performing arts. Published four times a year, it features reflections by artists, journalists, researchers and observers of theater, dance and circus. In each issue, a dossier explores a current theme or issue. Articles, columns and sections offer multiple points of view and positions that make the magazine a reference.