The Man Who Travelled Nowhere in Time- Part II

Choreographer & Dancer-Kyra Jean Green

Set Design: Armando Lopez-Bircann

Music composition and Arangement: Sheenah Ko

other musics: Billy Haley, Schubert, and Dekmantel

Lighting Designer: Claude Hole

Dancers: Janelle Hacault, Sara Harton, Geneviève Gagné, Brittany Canda, Alexandre Carlos, Emmanuelle Martin, Charles-Alexis Desgagnés, Greg Selinger

Sponsors: Festival Quartiers Danses, Studio Bizz, and La Poêle

Premiere - 

The Man Who Travelled Nowhere In Time -- September 7, 2017 -- Place des Arts Montreal- Festival Quartiers Danses


The Man Who Travelled Nowhere in Time- Part II

Trip The Light Fantastic to complete the second section of the Man Who Travelled Nowhere in Time. This work will be filmed after this residence and added onto the already existing 25 minutes that has been created.


Kyra Jean Green - Chorégraphe et interprète

Kyra Jean Green was born in France, raised in West Palm Beach FL., and obtained her BFA in dance from The Juilliard School. Kyra has started her own group of artists named “Trip The Light Fantastic”and the company made their debut during the opening evening for Festival Quartiers Danse September 2017. She has presented works at The Center of Performance Research (Brooklyn NY), CHOP SHOP dance festival (Bellevue,WA), F.A.T.(Fashion Art Toronto), Guelph Contemporary Dance Festival, Dance Conference USA (Miami, FL). Kyra has worked as an artist and assistant director for Companhia Rudá. For the past two years she has resided in Montreal, working as assistant choreographer, teacher and dancer with Les 7 Doigts de la Main. She was one of 8 choreographers selected to present work for Copenhagen's Choreographic Competition in August 2016, and was winner of Prix Coup de Coeur du Public at Festival Quartiers Danses in 2016. Kyra created a new work for the students at École de Danse Contemporaine titled “All Snowflakes Are The Same When They Fall”. Kyra’s most recent international presentation was in October 2017 at Quinzena de Dança de Almada – International Dance Festival in Portugal.