April 11 – 14, 2018


2 for $50
6 for $150


A stark white, round room, two revolving bars, two women dancing and spinning seamlessly around in a spellbinding and intimate testimony of how movement reveals not only each dancer’s individuality but the core of who they are.

Poetic, tender and all encompassing.

All 10+ performance

60 minutes in length, no intermission


For more information on the show, please visit the Tickets and Media Tabs.


Ever wonder what inspiration is behind a piece of theatre or dance? Are you curious about where artists draw their inspiration from for their characters?

Artist Talks provide you the opportunity to pick the brains of writers, performers and have a conversation about the issues that brought a work to life. Artist Talkbacks are free and take place on Thursday and Friday performance nights, immediately following the show.


April 11-14, 2018


Regular – $40
Arts worker & Under 30 – $30
Student – $20

2 for $50
6 for $150


All ages – family friendly performance
60 minutes in length, no intermission


Monday to Friday            9am – 5pm
Performance Weekends   Open 2 hours prior to show time

Contact our box office to buy tickets (403) 205-2922 or buy online here


Exchanges may be made for another performance of the same production with a minimum 24-hours notice and based on availability

An exchange fee of $3.75/per ticket will be applied

Conception, choreography Rachid Ouramdane

With Annie Hanauer & Lora Juodkaite

Light design Stéphane Graillot

Set design Sylvain Giradeau

Executive production CCN2-Centre chorégraphique national de Grenoble – Direction Yoann Bourgeois and Rachid Ouramdane

Coproduction L’A./Rachid Ouramdane, Bonlieu – Scène nationale d’Annecy, la Bâtie – Festival de Genève

dans le cadre du projet PACT bénéficiaire du FEDER avec le programme INTERREG IV A France-Suisse

With the support of Musée de la danse, Centre chorégraphique national de Rennes et Bretagne

Piece created with the support of Ministère de la culture et de la communication/DRAC Île-de- France dans le cadre de l’aide à la compagnie conventionnée et de la Région Île-de-France au titre de la permanence artistique.

The CCN2 is subsidised by the Drac Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes/Ministère de la culture et de la communication, by the Grenoble-Alpes Métropole, by the

Département de l’Isère, by the Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and supported by the Institut français for international projects.

… the audience remains hypnotized, moved, surprised, not so much because of the undoubtable formal beauty of what we see on stage, but more because of the performer’s extreme and radical courage. And also because of her talent, that brings together an almost animal spontaneity (since always one of her greatest gifts) and a quasi maniac control of each gesture and movement. […] It isn’t exhibitionism, on the contrary it is a radical embodiment (without the self-destruction that sometimes accompanies these kinds of performances) of one’s own gender identity.

Wlodek Goldkorn – L’Espresso – 22nd July 2015

MDLSX is an experience not to be missed; a show that quotes queer studies, gender literature, but that also goes well beyond all this. Silvia Calderoni and her androgynous body, which becomes hypnotic and post-human on stage, allows us to enter in a truly mythical dimension, while turning upside down our categories; as we leave, overwhelmed and grateful to MDSLX, we conceive what are the female and male dimensions in a way that can only be different, and together we remember that making politics can never happen without taking the responsibility of our own voice and the experience of our senses.

Christian Raimo – Internazionale – 21st July 2015

A free three-hour intensive class with visionary artists for local professionals.

Artists have the opportunity to learn in an intimate setting from visiting artists, in our main stage season, who are at the forefront of their art and often at the height of their careers.

WROUGHT – April 14

Click here to register (link to come at a later date)