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Emerging collectives or confirmed companies, go meet the actors of the international scene of Arts du Mime et du Geste.

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  • France
    Compagnie Libertivore’s work is a thoroughly physical blend of circus and dance, enriched by the influence of organic materials and inspired by the essential spirit of nature.
  • France
    With or without words, Fiat Lux conjures up a unique burlesque universe which has earned the company international acclaim.
  • Compagnia Baccalà is the fruit of the ongoing collaboration between Camilla Pessi and Simone Fassari, alumni of Switzerland’s Teatro Dimitri School and both experts in other performance techniques. Together, they explore the theatrical and physical possibilities of the clown tradition.
  • United States - Germany
    Ricochet draws from rigorous backgrounds in classical and contemporary dance, aerial acrobatics, somatic practices, and improvisation to explore the internal landscapes of the human experience.
  • France
    Le Mouton Carré is a theatre company for young audiences. Together, puppet artist Bénédicte Gougeon and musician Romain Baranger present performances designed to motivate children to ask questions, providing an educational introduction to the theatrical arts.
  • Cambodia
    Phare Ponleu Selpak is a Cambodian NGO and circus school for children and teenagers. The company’s creations combine elements of various disciplines: circus, choreography, burlesque and live music mixing international influences and traditional Khmer styles.
  • Great britain
    Vamos Theatre is a full mask theatre company combining striking visual design with original soundtracks. The company’s humorous, human and often daring creations are inspired by tales from real life, backed up by extensive research.
  • Spain
    Maduixa is a company whose work combines elements of theatre, dance, visual art, and new technologies. This cross-disciplinary approach is inspired by a desire to find new forms of expression in choreography and visual communication.
  • France
    Raz’Bitumes is a company tackling big subjects with a sense of poetry and humour, casting a wry eye on modern society. Compagnie Raz’Bitumes is committed to the tradition of street art as art for everyone, putting on performances in public spaces.
  • France
    Writer-creators Doriane Moretus and Patrick Dordoigne first joined forces between 2010 and 2014 to create “Echappées Belles”, a performance dealing with the experience of ageing. They now return with “Immortels”, a pair of shows on the theme of youth.
  • France
    Atelier 3+1 was founded by choreographer, dancer and photographer Josef Nadj, with a view to putting the visual arts back at the heart of stage performance and physical expression. Joëlle Léandre is a French composer, vocalist, and double bass player.
  • France
    Compagnie De Fakto, founded by Aurélien Kairo, is dedicated to nurturing and promoting performance pieces inspired by hip-hop culture. Aurélien Kairo’s work is all about exploring untested avenues, while remaining faithful to his strong, audacious artistic vision.