Free with pre-registration
Performative conference in which each spectator becomes an actor/actress to get involved in the creative process of the leading South African dancer and choreographer, Robyn Orlin. For one hour, the viewer experiences first-hand how the choreographer works on her pieces while a film is being shot at the moment. Robyn Orlin will surrender to these sixty minutes in order to evoke, with her unique humor and personal tone, her favorite topics: the history of her country and her continent, her identity, her memory and her life.
Since the early 1990s, her dance has particularly reflected the scars of this homeland, be it apartheid, colonialism, AIDS or poverty. Themes that are immersed in her theatrical choreography and in direct contact with reality.
Attendees will be part of this performance, which has already taken place in places such as the Paris Philharmonic or La Gaîté Lyrique, also in Paris.