16 years after its creation in 2004, Marco Berrettini comes back to this performance loosely based on the famed ballet «Parade» by the Ballets Russes with music by Erik Satie. He now turns its argument around, setting the performance at a gala reception seen from backstage.
Théâte Nanterre-Amandiers • Nanterre, France
Momix is a major annual festival for young audiences in France. The 2020 edition will present outstanding Swiss performances by Théâtre l’Articule, Théâtre des Marionnettes, Pan! (La Compagnie), Cie Circoncentrique, Dorian Rossel / Cie STT, Perrine Valli / Cie Sam Hester, Cie Moost and Cie E1nz.
Créa Kingersheim • Kingersheim, France
Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake as a metaphor for the obsessive goal of the unattainable ideal that dancers strive towards. Four dancers relate to themselves, others and their art. A self-critical and humorous reflection in Dadaist dress about being a dance artist.
Theater Orchester Biel Solothurn • Biel, Switzerland
Gaming is a thread that connects many of Joshua Monten’s previous works. In «Game Theory», he looks more deeply at some of the building blocks of gaming and spectating: structure and freedom, mimesis, empathy, adrenaline and flow. An aesthetically rigorous composition that creates space for pleasure.
Dampfzentrale • Bern, Switzerland
In its second edition, this theatre festival for young audiences offers again a cross-section of the artistic diversity in Switzerland’s theatre scene. On 29 February, there will be a showcase for Professional Swiss Theater Artists. Details of the programme will follow.
Lokremise • St. Gallen, Switzerland
Singing and dancing use the body's internal channels to express themselves. In collaboration with the Association Vocale de Suisse Romande, Linga embarks in an aural, eventful landscape. From a contrast of energy and physicality there emerges, through the infiltration of the opposing artistic ideas, a mixture of genres.
L’Octogone, Pully • Pully, Switzerland