Caterina Sagna Caterina Sagna
What can dance - ephemeral by its very nature - do in the face of time?
That is the question asked in the second part of Catherina Sagna's diptych P.O.M.P.E.I.
Here we have three dancers fighting against their own bodies and a video installation showing women of various ages and shapes. Yielding a work, 'which like a city buried under lava incarnates the mystery of form’.
(Presque Oubliées Mais Peut-Être Immortelles)
Choreography:, Caterina Sagna
Dramaturgy, Roberto Fratini Serafide
Scenography and costumes, Tobia Ercolino
Choice of music, Luca Berni
Audio recording and editing, Carlo Bottos
Video direction and editing, Daniele Riccioni
Photo direction, David Becheri
Lighting, Philippe Gladieux
With Alessandro Bernardeschi, Antonio Montanile, Mauro Paccagnella
Video featuring Viviane De Muynch, Maria Fossati, Elena Paccagnella
Produced by: the Caterina Sagna company; Association Next/ Rennes
Co-produced by Napoli Teatro Festival Italia ; Théâtre Garonne/Toulouse ;
Théâtre de la Ville- Paris ; Théâtre de la Bastille ; Théâtre de l’Agora/Evry,Pôle Sud (Strasbourg) - Scène Conventionnée Danse et
Festival d’Automne à Paris
Distribution: Céline Gaudron
Administration: Dominique Mahé
With the support of the HenPhil Pillsbury Fund, the Minneapolis Foundation & King Fountain
Accompanied by the Adami