Artistic director and choreographer of Bouge de là, Hélène Langevin specializes in choreography for young audiences of 3 to 10 year olds. She created La tribu hurluberlu (2000), Comme les 5 doigts de la main (2003), Chut!! (2006) and Vieux Thomas et la petite fée (2008), shows combining dance, video, theatre and shadow theatre. Her choreography is entertaining, whimsical, humorous and poetical and leaves a lot of freedom to children’s imagination and her own creativity. In 1987, after graduating from the contemporary dance programme at Université du Québec à Montréal (1983-1986), Hélène Langevin teamed up with Ginette Ferland, Rolline Laporte and Guylaine Savoie, three choreographers who share the same enthusiastic creative spirit, and founded Brouhaha Danse. The company soon gained notoriety for its productions that are as refreshing, as they relaxed. Within Brouhaha Danse, Hélène Langevin created Brouhaha (1987 and Ça frise la frénésie (1988), followed by a series of collective productions: Méfiez-vous des faux frissons (1989), Claire (1991) and La Galerie des horribles (1992). In 1996, Hélène presented her first youth production, Roche, Papier, Ciseaux. Hélène also teaches creative dance in Quebec schools.