Daphnée Laurendeau graduated from the École supérieure de ballet du Québec. In 2009, after three years dancing with Le Jeune Ballet du Québec where she had the opportunity to work with renowned choreographers and to experience her first international tours, she was awarded the CALQ bursary to join BJM - Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal as an apprentice. From 2010 to 2020, she danced for Cas Public and was in charge of tour management and cultural mediation. As a member of the board of directors, she was also involved in the company's development. She also collaborated with Alexandre Carlos and Tina Beyeler, in addition to teaching dance and pursuing a degree in administration.
Danny Morissette graduated from the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal in 2017. He worked with choreographers German Jauregui, Alan Lake, Deborah Dunn, Parts+Labour Danse, and Compagnie Marie Chouinard. In 2016, he joins the dance company Cas Public. Since then, he participated in three creations by Hélène Blackburn, and performed the company’s repertoire around the world. In parallel, he collaborated with other artists, such as Pauline Berndsen, Tina Beyeler, and Mateo Chauchat. He loves to take up a challenge and let his instincts find solutions. His work is based on the intelligence of the instinctive body.
Choreographers: Andrea Peña, Christophe Garcia, Dominique Porte and Ismaël Mouaraki
Assistant choreographer for Christophe Garcia: Marie-Eve Carrière
Performers: Daphnée Laurendeau and Danny Morissette
Music: Laurier Rajotte
Lighting design and technical direction: Thomas Kiffer
Visual material (photos and videos): Bobby León
Administration: Lydie Revez
Development: Mickaël Spinnhirny
Communications: Camille Kersebet and Ariane Laget
Co-production: An initiative of Agence Mickaël Spinnhirny, co-produced with the companies Andrea Peña & Artists, Destins Croisés, la [parenthèse] / Christophe Garcia and Système D/Dominique Porte.
Creation residencies: Agora de la danse, Maison de la culture Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, SPEC du Haut-Richelieu.
Agence Mickaël Spinnhirny specializes in digital communications, strategy, planning, promotion of shows and management of cultural organizations. Its core mission is to accompany, represent and support creators on national and international markets in order to contribute to the promotion and circulation of dance. Made up of a team of professionals with a passion for dance and culture, the Agence’s action is deployed more specifically in North America and Europe. Sensitive to the realities of creators and cultural organizations, our approach aims to make each project a success by providing flexible, tailor-made services. We are committed to creativity, dialogue, artistic freedom and a love of dance, and we believe that each project has a distinct identity and unique artistic dimension.