Fuerza Bruta: Wayra
Fuerza Bruta Wayra is a dynamic and immersive theater experience. It proposes to break the intellectual subjection of language. Use all the available media to operate effectively on the sensitivity of the viewer. Brings it to other territories where there are other more powerful laws.
Baden-Baden: Boito: Mefistofele
Playing Mefistofele as a mixture of Latin lover, prankster, and demon in Gounod’s Faust opera, Erwin Schrott has already given Festspielhaus audiences a taste of his greatness. Arrigo Boito combines influences of Verdi and Wagner in his musical work.
A Musical Theatre by Alain Platel. For years, the tension between the group and the individual has been the central theme in Platel’s performances. In C(H)OEURS, so far his biggest project, he examines – together with his dancers and the Teatro Real choir – how ‘dangerously beautiful’ a group can be.
Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker from a different point of view – very refreshing, very unusual, very hip hop. This is what the French choreographer Bouba Landrille Tchouda makes out of E.T.A. Hoffmann’s story “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s romantic and moving composition.
Coppelia is the most classic of the French Ballets. Created in 1870 at the Opera de Paris, it fed on the evolution of the society and on the choregrapher's imagination. Here is a "sparkling" version modernized and pacey. The action takes place in the America of Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Jérôme Robbins. Style and spirit of the musicals of Broadway, Hollywood fantasy... and 40 dancers!
A Year Later
This one-act play, written specifically for this renowned pair of actors, retells 30 years from two lives. The text, an original piece by Tony Laudadio, uses fragments to recompose, in 30 flashes from 30 days (one day per year), the story of two people who work in the same office, and are forced to permanently share the same physical place.
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