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Encore une heure si courte

Encore une heure si courte
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Théâtre du Mouvement

Encore une heure si courte lifts the lid on an absurd universe which owes much to Beckett, Michaud, Tati and Buster Keaton.

"Seul'ZU rdess'AS HAR ! Les gens sont toujours couchés". A brief extract from the lyrics of Georges Aperghis, performed here by Théâtre du Mouvement.
Three men in suits and ties come and go, slip and slide, skilful and meticulous, acrobatic and incorrigible.
They perform, speak and sometimes sing, their every action dictated by the rules of an absurd logical system.

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Photos credit : Maurice Melliet

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  • Place of capture : Centre Culturel de la Visitation
  • Collection : Mimos 1992

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