Duration: 70 minutes
Year of production: 2018

Choreography : Victor Quijada
2022-2023 cast : Jean Bui, Daniela Jezerinac, Jessica Muszynski, Jovick Pavajeau-Orostegui, Brontë Poiré-Prest, Rion Taylor, Paco Ziel, Wyeth Walker, Mackenzie Corrales, Sierra Kellman
Original cast : Jean Bui, Paco Ziel, Brontë Poiré-Prest, Rion Taylor, Daniela Jezerinac, Jessica Muszynski, Jovick Pavajeau-Orostegui, Mackenzie Corrales, Emma Lynn Mackay-Ronacher, Cindy Mateus, Wyeth Walker, Sierra Kellman, Zao Dinel
Lighting design : Yan Lee Chan
Original music : Jasper Gahunia, with participation of William Lamoureux
Costume design : Cloé Alain-Gendreau
Dramaturge : Mathieu Leroux
Technical director : Marcin Bunar
Sound technician : Arnaud Vaillancourt
Production and Tour Manager: Diana Catalina Cárdenas
Executive Director: Fannie Bellefeuille
Director of Communications: Salomé Boniface

Photos (from top to bottom, left to right) © 1) Mathieu Doyon. 2-3-4) Dajana Lothert

Victor Quijada is back, with ten dancer-athletes in top form. Ever So Slightly explores the behavioural mechanisms and reflexes we develop against the ceaseless flow of irritants that bombard us in our daily lives. Most of us long for calm and resilience, but how do we get to a zone where noise and aggressivity no longer have a place? Simultaneously delivering delicacy, brutality, finesse, and high-voltage action, the choreographer conveys all the energy contained in urgency, revolt, chaos, and flight.

The premiere of Ever So Slightly took place in December 2018 at Théâtre Maisonneuve of Place des Arts, in Montreal.

Ever So Slightly is a coproduction of RUBBERBAND, Danse Danse, Société de la Place des Arts de Montréal, Théâtre Hector-Charland and Global Arts Live. With the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Conseil des arts de Montréal and the Ontario Arts Council.

RUBBERBAND benefited from the support of Danse à la Carte and residencies at Place des Arts, Salle Pauline-Julien, CCOV – Centre de création O Vertigo and Théâtre Hector-Charland for the creation of Ever So Slightly.