A burlesque and anti-establishment farandole to stop “the manufacture of consent”
Facing a world governed by disaster and catastrophes, Maguy Marin foils the ordinary of arrangements and habituation in a piece for ten dancers: a burlesque and anti-establishment farandole who tries to stop “the manufacture of consent”. A piece which is both troubled and cheerful to “flush out the passions that move us”.
conception and choreography Maguy Marin Compagnie Maguy Marin
live music Charlie Aubry lighting Alexandre Béneteaudsound Antoine Garry et Loïc Goubet scenography Albin Chavignon costumes made by Nelly Geyres assisted by Raphaël Lo Bello costumes elements Montserrat Casanova props elements Paul Pédebidau with Ulises Alvarez, Charlie Aubry, Laura Frigato, Françoise Leick, Louise Mariotte Mayalen Otondo, Cathy Polo, Ennio Sammarco, Marcelo Sepulveda, Adolfo Vargas