Sound, song, movement, create an ode to playfulness
concept and choreography Alcun Marchal
with Sandra Abouav, Nelly Zagora, Mathilde Rance, Gilda Stillback
light designer Nelson Lima, Eduardo Abala
sound designer Rasmus Persson
sound and light technician Nelson Lima
costumes Anne Sefve
musical advisors Aurelio Elder-Copes, Anne Gustavson
dramaturgy Céline Cartillier
Equipped with wireless microphones, four performers give shape to a rhythmic performance that opens up inner landscapes, based on concrete situations: in the constant transformation of the bodies, kabuki dance is alternating with bringing to life monstrous characters and sounds inspired by Ukrainian folk songs.
Running time: 50′
Aloun Marchal is a French improviser, choreographer and dancer who lives between Gothenburg and Paris.
In 2010, he received the second prize in the Danse Elargie competition for Gerro, Minos and Him. In 2017, he received the SACD choreography grant for the creation of Bibi Ha Bibi.
non verbal show