May, 15 to 17

ROBYN ORLIN AND ALBERT KHOZA And so you see… our honorable blue sky and ever enduring sun… can only be consumed slice by slice…

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A striking solo created by the remarkable South-African choreographer Robyn Orlin and the dancer Albert Khoza, “a wild dancer who is both a traditional African healer and a transgender person.” They created the piece based on the great desolation that Orlin felt when she stopped to think about the future of humanity.

Robyn Orlin is known for the on-going provocation of her pieces. Winner of the French government’s highest award for merit in the arts, for the past thirty years she has been transforming the boundaries between performative art and dance.

A proposal by Robyn Orlin / Dancer Albert Silindokuhle IBOKWE Khoza / Costumes Marianne Fassler / Lights Laïs Foulc / Stage manager Thabo Pule / Administration and production Damien Valette / Assistance and coordination Marion Paul
Production City Theater & Dance Group, Damien Valette Prod / Thanks to Philippe Lainé pour l’utilisation d’images et à l’équipe de Léopard Frock / Coproduction City Theater & Dance Group, Festival Montpellier Danse 2016, Festival d’Automne à Paris, Kinneksbond, Centre Culturel Mamer, Luxembourg, Centre Dramatique National de Haute-Normandie, la Ferme du Buisson, scène Nationale de Marne-la-Vallée With the support of Arcadi Ile-de-France


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