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Marcher quand tout le monde dort

  • Duration: 1 h
  • France
  • Adult audience
  • 36 vues

Oz Theaterland

Marcher quand tout le monde dort is an entrancing vision of the apocalypse.

Marcher quand tout le monde dort is a reworking of the company’s last show, exploring the pitfalls of pride and the inexhaustible strangeness of humanity.
TV screens crackle with static or flit between images of dancing skeletons and lonely machines, unidentifiable sounds ring out over a stage littered with computer keyboards, cables, pipes, white drapes blowing in the wind, smoke and flashes. Amid this oppressive, end-times atmosphere, a series of strange creatures emerge from plastic chrysalises while a bunch of unholy doctors conduct macabre human experiments and a bizarre choir sings an incomprehensible hymn to the God of Light.
Inspired by the spirit of rock and roll, this overwhelming experience is driven by the company’s clever sampling of sounds and images.

 

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Directed by: Didier Gary
Stage design: Francis Ramme
Music/Sound design: DJ A, Frédéric Bailly, Hubert Pariso
Lights: Jean-Louis Laforet
Films and projections: Jean-Louis Laforet, Francis Ramme
Actors/Dancers: Hélène Busnel, Nathalie Clouet, Didier Gary, Francoise Klein, Thierry Mathieu, Stéphane Mourges, Sébastien Vio

 

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  • Place of capture : La Visitation
  • Collection : Mimos 2000