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Indian Runner Production
A transparent caravan in the middle of the stage acts as a set for a couple in difficulty who are trying to resist the weight of the past and the anxieties of the present.
The scenes of separation and confrontation in Trailer are the point of departure for the physical and scenographic theatrical language of the Indian Runner company, a theatrical form where the performers let their emotions guide them as they improvise.
The subjects covered are universal and humanistic. They enable them to physically occupy the space using languages with varying degrees of abstraction: movement instead of text, sound instead of image… resulting in a passionate exploration of a new stage language.
The transparent caravan is the central element in the scenography, surprising us with its fantastical and unexpected side. As a symbol of movement through space and time, it reveals the ideas of past, present and future in movement. It concentrates the energy and frolicking of the characters, while also acting as a backdrop for the shadows and images projected.
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Design: Camille Litalien, Marie Blunck, Yaël Shavit, Simon Rice
Directed by: Camille Litalien, Sinéad Rushe, Yaël Shavit
Set design / Costumes: Marie Blunck
Lighting: Martina Von Holn
Sound effects: Adrian Ward
Actors: Marie Blunck, Camille Litalien, Simon Rice
Production: Indian Runner Production
Acknowledgements: Henrijs Preiss; Arlequin Dance Floors; Yamina; Mai N-Guyen Tri; Jonathan Salisbury; BAC; Guy Dartnell
In partnership with the British Council
- Place of capture : Le Toulon, Salle Omnisport
- Collection : Mimos 2006