(France, 2014) 9:15
Director: Natalianne Boucher
Choreographer: Stéphane Fratti
Thursday, October 8 | 7:30 pm
Single Ticket: $20 (Students: $17, ID required)
The narrative is about the evolution of a group of dancers which creates a dancing human chain reaching their public. The sand is the connection between the dancers and their public. This set of mirrors, between the fictional spectators and the real, enables the sand’s temporal symbolism to play with virtual, present and reality. The sand is an allegory which envelops the spectators, spreading through them with persistence.
Cinematographic codes intrinsically create and maintain this choreographic fiction, where dance and animation abstractions could create, as a dream, a narrative based on movement and peaceful human relations.
Lead Dancers Jeff Ahoua, Laura Belli, Anne Bourrassé, Hugo O. Cote, Isabelle David, Delphine Demont, Renaud Djabali, Stéphane Fratti, Alban Gérôme, Camille Goalo, Emmanuelle Gorda, Clara Henry, Anaïs Hereaux, Raphaël “Snow” John, Smaïl Kanouté, Cerise Lopez, Xuan Le, Julien J. de Muizon, Ryan S. Murray, Marie-Luce Nadal, Rawad Saadi, Sandra Ste Rose, Slam, Céline Roulleau, Chloé Santinacci, Gwenaël Subrenat, Pauline Tremblay, Toku, Thong Vongpraseuth | Company Cie Bissextile | Producer ENSAD, Scotto Productions, Delapost Paris | Director of Photography Pierre-Yves Dougnac | Composer Nodey
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