contemporary, creative and often funny approach to comment on society
supplement classical training and technique with their unique personalities and acting skills
alternates between black suits to near-nudity
fluctuates between graceful elegance to crude gesturing
Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal, "Les Chambres des Jacques"
took the place of Cayetano Soto's "Zero In On,” which was
set to make its North American premier in Portland, but was
unable to be performed
a fast-paced frenzy set to folk music that is part Renaissance courtship dance, part animalistic mating ritual, and all sexual
Images: Photos of Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal performing "Rossini Cards" and "Les Chambres des Jacques" by William Hébert, courtesy of White Bird.