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Circus for people of all ages, played outdoors

Acrobatics                 Dance                    Trees

Branché evokes with simplicity and optimism the climate crisis by celebrating the strength of community. The show adapts and evolves with the different urban and natural landscapes where it is played, from parks to forests to city streets, anywhere there are trees.

Each show is as unique as the location in which it is played; its content is influenced by its environment. To better celebrate the beauty and the specificities of each location, the public is guided through three different natural stages by the artists throughout the show.

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Rappelle Moi

a video project and a show in progress

Here you will find five members of Acting for Climate Montréal who braved the December weather to connect with the beauty of the nature that surrounds us everyday and to inspire viewers to do the same.

​a journey to connect, admire and be inspired by nature. We are more likely to protect what we feel connected to.
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Adapting to the Tide

Filmed in Gaspésie, the artists of Acting for Climate Montréal spent a week developing circus and visual images in harmony and reaction to the natural features and phenomena. The images speak for themselves but one thing to add is that by bringing attention to beautiful places on our planet like these we invite viewers to appreciate and admire nature and therefore be more inspired to protect it.


N.Ormes is a circus show where the duo Agathe and Adrien pushes the limits and expectations of their own bodies and gender norms. Provocative, dysfunctional and tender, the piece brings the viewer to question their own assumptions.


The story features two protagonists and their relationship navigating between complicity and power struggles. Skilfully combining hand to hand, Icarian games and dance, the stage becomes an arena. One by one, the archetypes fall in battle, giving way to a quest for friendship and fairness through power and fluidity. 


With minimal scenography, and the rich lighting of Claire Seyller, we follow their relationship through moments of frenzy and exhaustion. The original score by Simon Leoza takes us through the intimate and grandiose evolution of the protagonists, where the exchange of roles and lifts, like a new language, blurs all our preconceptions.

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