Representing Christophe Béranger and Jonathan Pranlas-Descours, Sine Qua Non Art
OUT OF THE BLUE is a project that looks at cultural identities, diasporas of different individuals, and the relationships we have with water, sea, blue… OUT OF THE BLUE is a site specific performance which presents a collection of dance portraits choreographed by Christophe Béranger and Jonathan Pranlas-Descours. The portraits are developed in close collaboration with the artists involved, based on their personal stories, the narratives they embody, and those they face in spite of themselves.
Representing Etienne Rochefort, Company 1 des Si
Bugging is a dance form that develops from the vibratory energy common to all urban dance styles. It reflects the systemic deregulation taking place on a global level, through the body. Between intensified twitches and body dysfunction, this dance frees itself from all its origins, born in and of itself, in response to the world around us.
Etienne Rochefort is an Associate Artist at CDCN de Strasbourg, POLE-SUD
International tour producer of Company SBB (New York/Paris), founded by Stefanie Batten Bland, Artistic Director, 2016 Jerome Robbins Awardee & Baryshnikov Art Centre Resident.
Embarqued: Stories of Soil is a dance-theatre work based in excavation of self and country, created in textiles, skin tones, labor, land, humor and moving bodies. The work centers around a transformative ship that invites reflection of our shared history and interrogates our relationship with memorialization.
« If the Matrix franchise had a dance company this would be it… » – Claudio LaRocco New York Times
Representing Marjory Duprés, Cie Jours dansants
Avignon OFF – 7-30th July 2022, 18h25, Salle Tomasi – La Factory
Ghazal is a multi-disciplinary project combining writing, dance, documentary cinema and live music.
Representing Manuphotos and Manuproductions, founded by F. Emmanuel Bastien, a photographer and videographer working between New York and Paris. For the last 20 years he has been shooting documentaries, commercials, fashion, and hard news for major channels such as the BBC, Reuters, AP, Globo, and Aljazeera. Today Emmanuel spends more time exploring the visual boundaries photography can offer and exhibits at Soho Photo Gallery, New York.
International Tour Producer of Peter Brook – The Tightrope, a documentary film by Simon Brook. Filmed in total immersion, with five hidden cameras – absolutely exceptional and unique circumstances for a documentary – The Tightrope plunges us into the intimate aspects of Peter Brook’s work, as well as that of his troupe, without disturbing the truth of the moment, and brings forth in a surprisingly visible manner the magic inherent to the creative process.
“Marvelous! A unique look into a director’s world.”– New York Post
Development and Tour Production for Massala Company – Fouad Boussouf, France (2018-2020)
Näss (2018) – First you will hear the rhythm, immemorial and haunting. On these beats, seven male dancers come together, mixing hip hop and traditional dance patterns. Amid communion and violence, ‘Nass’ takes you to the streets of Morocco where modernity and traditions meet.
« Ingeniously fusing the loose-limped sweep and pulse of traditional Moroccan dance with the excitement and athleticism of hip hop. » – Kelly Apter
International Tour Producer of Argos Teatro, Cuba, company established 20 years ago by award winning director Carlos Celdran (Premio Nacional de Teatro).
According to Le Point, Carlos Celdran’s latest work, the autobiographical play 10 millones (Premio de la Critica 2016) is celebrated as « a cathartic play for an entire generation of Cubans. »
« Groundbreaking play unearths memories of Cuban trauma » – Miami Herald
International Project Manager of Astragali Teatro, an international theatre company, under the direction of Fabio Tolledi. Based in Lecce, Italy, Astragali Teatro travels the world to make theatre emerging from the encounter of different languages and experiences, standing against the idea of frontier and separation as principles of conflict. Production, training, research, publications, theatrical experimentation and site specific performances in countries including Albania, Brazil, China, Czech Republic, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Iraq, Italy Jordan, Kosovo, Palestine, Poland, Spain, Syria, Turkey…