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Live video recording and projection onstage: The internet as a means to communicate and exchange

Active involvement of the spectator in determining the content of the show.

The Art of Circus is being reassessed.

RESET debriefs our vision of an isolated world in order to provoke the meeting of Man, Art and Technology.


RESET is a contemporary circus production that explores new forms of circus practices while integrating new technologies and other complementary artistic disciplines. Computers are used to mix music while smart phones take photos and film the performances. These images are instantaneously projected via social networks onto the screens onstage. Artists and Audience interact throughout the show via a “twitter” account projected onto the set. RESET is a really different kind of show, an experience proposed by the New Generation that transcends traditional boundaries of age and culture.


​Nicolas Boivin-Gravel and Samuel Roy

Natalia Adamiecka - Born in Poland, Natalia trained for more than 10 years in sports acrobatics and then applied those skills to the Circus arts. After 5 years of touring in Europe, she was selected by Cirque Éloize to be part of the world tour of «Nomade» and then «Rain», where she was an aerial acrobat. After more than 400 shows with this prestigious company, she settled in Montreal to pursue her career as an artist and teacher. She is now part of Throw2Catch.

Julie Choquette - Graduate from the École Nationale de Cirque de Montréal, Julie specialized in aerial hoop and has taken part in many Circus and Variety shows. In 1992, she took part to the Cirque du Soleil production of «Fascination» in Japan, as a contortionist. Now part of T2C, she also performs at many corporate events for Les 7 Doigts de la Main, Cirque Éloize, Cirque Fantastic and Cirque du Soleil.


Gisle Henriet - Born in Uppsala, Sweden, Gisle studied 3 years at Cirkus Cirkör in Stockholm followed by 3 years at the École Nationale de Cirque de Montréal, where he specialized in Teeter Board, Korean Bar and trampoline. He graduated in 2007. Since then, Gisle has worked for prestigious companies, such as Les 7 Doigts de la Main and the Norwegian National Theater. He also participated to many summer festivals and street festivals. He performed at the Royal Variety Show and during the 2006 winter Olympic games closing ceremonies. 



Stage Director- Alain Francoeur – Graduate from the dramatic arts school of the Université du Québec in Montréal in 1986, Alain starts as a dancer and experimental theater actor before he becomes a stage director and choreographer. He gives priority to interdisciplinarity through his artistic journey. In 1988, he joins Carbone 14 as part of «Le Dortoir» production, after which he danced for different companies. Stage director for Cirque Éloize’s «Cirque Orchestra», he is the creator of many choreographies, notably for the Agora de la Danse de Montreal. He directed «La Brunante» and «Timber!» from Cirque Alfonse.

Co-creator and artistic director: Nicolas Boivin-Gravel 

Co-creator and artistic director: Samuel Roy

Interactive media : Pierre Paré-Blais
Lighting director : Alexis Bowles
Sound: Colin Gagné
Costumes: Charlyne Guay
Scenography: Émilie Thomas



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