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Anatomie Anomalie

  • Duration: 1h05
  • France - Switzerland
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Anatomie Anomalie is about finding a new path to the stars, as the winds of change start blowing. A circus performance stripped of its usual accessories…

Anatomie Anomalie pulls the audience in with its entrancing succession of movements and images. With the help of multi-faceted choreography, thunderous music and a precise, poised sense of pacing, theatre company Anomalie and Swiss director Martin Zimmermann offer up an entirely new proposition: a circus without a circus.
In this new state of affairs, the circus arts meld seamlessly into dance, theatre and music, all in the name of an intense narrative experience.
The stage design and direction are naturally informed by the virtuosity of the acrobats, with verticality taking pride of place.
Bodies slung across shoulders, volumes shifting and sliding, acrobats launching into space, a strange man talking about suffering…
The diversity of styles which characterises the company’s productions – and particularly this new creation – reflects the open spirit with which they approach their art.

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Concept: Martin Zimmermann
Directed by / Stage design: Martin Zimmermann
Script: Georg Weinand
Music: Dimitri de Perrot
Set design: Ingo Groher, Olivier Benoît
Lights: Christophe Botiaux
Performers: Marie Bauer, Arnaud Clavet, Hatem Laamouri, Cille Lansade, Mickaël Mercadié, Jambenoix Mollet, Regina Trachsier, Thomas Van Uden 
Co-production: Compagnie Anomalie ; Ferme du Buisson, Scène Nationale de Marne la Vallée; Palais des Arts, Vannes; Carré Saint-Vincent, Scène Nationale d'Orléans; Théâtre Dommelhof de Neerpelt (B); Festival Mimos de Périgueux; Hippodrome, Scène Nationale de Douai
With support from: Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication DMDTS et DRAC PACA; Conseil Régional PACA; Conseil Général des Bouches du Rhône; Ville de Marseille
With thanks to: Manège, Scène Nationale de Reims; Théâtre Massalia / Friche La Belle de Mai de Marseille; Espace Périphérique, Paris Villette

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  • Place of capture : Le Théâtre
  • Collection : Mimos 2005