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Théâtre du Shaman

Passacaille is a choreographic game of hide-and-seek.

"The Passacaille is a very slow dance which was fashionable in France in the 17th century. Up on stage, chairs, tables, grandfather clocks, sickles, ladders and wardrobes are deep in discussion about a time long gone, or simply invented, in which humans and everyday objects lived in a spirit of silent complicity.
Among these nostalgic objects, three pairs spring into action, find hiding spaces and engage in a complex exercise in style, wavering between the most basic rusticity and the most sophisticated hermeticism."

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"Concept and stage direction: Bruno Meyssat
Performers: Philppe Cousin, Elisabeth Moreau, Geoffrey Carey
Stage design: Bruno Meyssat, Philippe Cousin and Robert Goulier
Choreography partner: Bertrand Lombard
Stage manager: Robert Goulier
Sound: Frantz Parcy, Jacques Berne
Light design: Bruno Meyssat
Lighting: Albert Lesueur, Claude Husson
Costumes and props: Dominique Vial, Claude Meyssat
Photos credit : Maurice Melliet"

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  • Place of capture : Agora
  • Collection : Mimos 1993