Sunday, 22 December

TENTACLE TRIBE + CIA IN-MOTUS + LA MER NOIRE HOP Festival: Synecdoche + COMA + Gaou

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TENTACLE TRIBE
Synecdoche

Co-founders Emmanuelle Lê Phan and Elon Höglund draw on their ample experience in dance to create conceptual hip hop with a contemporary twist, while combining the organic influences of earthly creatures. This Canadian-Swedish creative alliance experiments with a complex association, refined musicality and a saturated dosage of physical choreographies. Although they have worked together since 2005, Tentacle Tribe was not formed until 2012, when they produced their first choreographed collaboration with Cirque Du Soleil. The first complete piece, Nobody Likes a Pixelated Squid, was seen in over 45 cities around the world.

Choreography Emmanuelle Lê Phan i Elon Höglund / Performers Emmanuelle Lê Phan, Elon Höglund, Rahime Nosb, Victoria Mackenzie, Mecdy Jean-Pierre / Music Samuel Nadai / Light design Benoit Lariviere

 

CIA IN-motus
COMA

An excerpt from the full-length COMA piece, which is in the process of development. COMA takes us to a fictional place, moved by the need to explain the various shortcomings and emergencies of the modern world. Five dancers look for a way to connect with their own emotions, in an environment that imposes itself as a dystopia but demands to be dream-like and honest.

IN-motus is a dance company directed by Diego Sinniger, who proposes a deeper exploration of the emotions through the body. His pieces generate rifts and intersections, thereby eliciting questions that demand a reconsideration of our realities.

Direction Diego Sinniger / Creation and performers Diego Sinniger, Helena Canas, Justine Marouzé, Shaquille George, Fanny Laï / Light design Horne Niels Horneman / Music Jean-Philippe Barrios / Dramaturgy Marc Sans Coëffard
Production Javier Casado, Bernabé Rubio / Distribution Rotativa Performing Arts / With the suport Med’art // Associazione Tersicorea (Cagliary), Cie. Twain Physical Dance Theatre // Centro di Residenza Artistica Multidisplinare della Regione Lazio e MiBACT (Tuscania) and Centre Coréographique National de La Rochelle / Residences Teatre La Gorga (Palamós), Med’art // Associazione Tersicorea, Centro di Residenza Artistica Multidisplinare della Regione Lazio e MiBACT, L’Estruch, Centre Cívic Barceloneta, El Graner and Centre Cívic Can Clariana

 

LA MER NOIRE
Gaou

A gaou is a person who leaves his homeland to explore the world. Rootless, strident, clumsy and nostalgic, the gaou is a character who makes you laugh and cry. Working with gestural theatre, African urban dances and the force of krump, the company develops a hard-hitting, tragicomic story, inviting the spectators to reflect on who we are and the fragility of human beings, showing the duality of the gaou and of each one of us, the hopes and the sadness, his humanity without filters or masks.

The company was formed in November 2014 in Senegal. Drawing on their different backgrounds and professional experience, its members work together to make known the creative dynamics that exist in Africa. As a company they promote creation, training and transmission as well as the development of cultural actions aimed at the dissemination of African urban culture. The company won the 2016 edition of the Hip Hop Games Concept. Among different techniques, they master afro-modern dance, krump, hip hop, house dance, breakdancing and traditional African dances.

Creation and performers Pierre-Claver BELLEKA aka «DEXTER», Tsengou Dingha Kirsner, Khoudia Toure, Alioune Sow / Music Julien Villa / Light designs Thomas Nieuvarts
Production Compagnie La Mer Noire / Distribution Compagnie Art-Track / Coproduction Prix HIP HOP GAMES concept 2016, FLOW – Ville de Lille, Scène Nationale Le Phénix de Valenciennes, Dansekapellet (Dinamarca), Lézarts Urbains (Bèlgica), Diagn’art (Senegal) / With the support Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie

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Season: 2019-2020

Sunday, 22 December

20 h

Sala MAC

8 € (the 3 performances)

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