A circular cloth lies flat in the middle of the stage. Slowly, it begins to turn at the edge. A revolving wooden circle with a hollow centre is revealed as the source of this motion.
The cloth is abandoned by the rotating circle, but recuperated by a shape that takes form underneath malleable walls. Barely perceptible at first, it grows to take on a human shape.
So begins Manitowapan, the first work by Gaétan Gingras presented last week at Agora de la danse. Later would come Et mon p