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    Festival d’Automne à Paris
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    75001 Paris

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Musée de la Danse / Boris Charmatz

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Dance

    SCHEDULE AND VENUES
    • Théâtre de la Ville
      October 12 to October 16

    In Boris Charmatz’s latest work, children invade the stage, blurring the boundaries between childhood and adulthood, the professional and the amateur. Charmatz creates a dance of inert bodies, built around notions of friction and inertia. Children are treated as a malleable, fragile and uncontrollable material, a disruptive element in an otherwise smooth circulation.

     

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    Choreographie, Boris Charmatz
    Lightning, Yves Godin 
    Sound, Olivier Renouf
    Machines, Artefact, Frédéric Vannieuwenhuyse, Alexandre Diaz 
    Cornemuse, Erwan Keravec
    Assistants, Julien Jeanne, Stéphane Imbert
    Costumes, Laure Fonvieille 
    Voice training, Dalila Khatir
    Gneral Manager, Antoine Guilloux 
    Stage Manager, Max Potiron, François Aubry

    With Eleanor Bauer, Nuno Bizarro, Boris Charmatz, Olga Dukhovnaya, Julien Gallée-Ferré, Lénio Kaklea, Maud Le Pladec, Thierry Micouin, Mani A. Mungai
    Enfants, Tikal Contant Ricard, Sasha Goasduff Langlois, Salomé Lebreton, Louane Mogis, Lou Andréa Paulet, Emma Perreau, Raphaëlle Piechaczyk, Perle Béchu-Quaiser, Rémi Cazoulat, Abel Charmatz, Marguerite Chassé, Noé Couderc, Cédric Lamotte-Lenoir, Youenn Louédec, Eliott Bourseau, Hypolite Tanguy, Mathieu Guidoni


    Production Museum of the dance/national choreographic Center of Rennes and Brittany - Direction: Boris Charmatz. Association subsidized by the ministry for Culture and of the Communication (Regional management of the Cultural Affairs/Brittany), the Town of Rennes, the District council of Brittany and the General advice d' Ille-et-Vilaine. The French Institute contributes regularly to the international rounds of the Museum of the dance. Coproduction Festival of Avignon; International Sommerfestival Hamburg and Siemens Stiftung within the framework of project SCHAUPLÄTZE; National theatre of Brittany (Rennes); The Build-Festival of Geneva; Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels); Theatre of City-Paris; Festival d'Automne à Paris
    With the collaboration of the League of the teaching of Ille-et-Vilaine
    With the support of Rennes Metropolis
    Partnership with France Culture

    Premiered at the Main courtyard of the Palate of the Popes, Festival of Avignon, on July 7, 2011