Hélène Langevin is one of the first choreographers to defend so passionately the importance of offering children dance that resonates with their world and their imagination. Her company Bouge de là, founded in 2000, remains the only one in the country devoted exclusively to creating dance shows for young audiences.
After studying dance at UQAM, Hélène Langevin co-founded Brouhaha Danse, with which she produced her first choreographies. In 1996, she created her first choreographic work for young people, Roche, Papier, Ciseaux (“rock, paper, scissors”), marking the beginning of her commitment to this audience.
Her shows give free rein to her performers’ creativity, and her love of the visual arts infuses all her projects (L’atelier, 2010; 26 lettres à danser, 2016; À travers mes yeux, 2018).