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
We are aware that our lifestyles are not sustainable and that our culture is harmful to the planet. We can assume that as a culture we have taken wrong way, without being aware of the consequences of our choices. This observation marks the starting point of the choreographic and dramaturgical quest of this project.
Théâtre Les Tanneurs • Brussels, Belgium
A performance in which each spectator, equipped with earphones, is invited to travel through the pages of a book, discovering an imaginary and imaginative world. An apparently simple book transforms into an object that creates connections between time and space, dream and memory.
LAC Cultural Centre • Lugano, Switzerland
The Island of Darsheen is an intercultural place where artists meet to share knowledge about life. This piece is dedicated to all those that the choreographers have met around the world and who have taught them what resistance means, how exchange leads to development and how sharing can change lives.
Château Rouge • Annemasse, France