Dec 9, 2014 8:00–9:00pm
Dec 10, 2014 8:00–10:00pm
|Organized by:||Institut Français d'Egypte
|Address:||Falaki Theatre, American University in Cairo, Downtown Campus, 24 Falaki St., Downtown Cairo, Egypt|
A show by Vincent Warin and Pierre-Jean Carrus - Cie 3.6/3.4
A bike on a stage, that makes no sense. For a bike, a stage is both vast and exiguous. There are limits. One goes round and round in circles, draws lines, does not get anywhere.
Conceived as a series of small theatre plays, the show by Vincent Warin and Pierre-Jean Carrus explores the movements of the body and the bike on stage: a bike set to music, to light, to movement, to space, and into pieces, in a poetic, dreamlike and playful circus show.
The scenography builds on the compositions of John Cage, Gérard Grisey, György Ligeti and Régis Campo to create a playful dialogue between the sounds and the rhythms of the music and the bike.
Directed by Pierre-Jean Carrus
Performance: Vincent Warin
Light: Creation by Moise Hill. On tour: François Cordonnier
Sound: Creation by Thibault Quinon. On tour: Johann Simon
Stage management: Franck Loumi. On tour: Alexis Quinet
Costumes: Aurore Thibout
Thanks to :
Iman Tery – Centre de Langue et de Civilisation arabes – Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris
Bureau culturel de l'Ambassade d'Egypte à Paris :
Mrs the Counselor Prof. Dr Amal EL SABBAN
Dr Ghada ABDELBARY, cultural attaché
M. Abdel Fattah ABDALLAH
Mrs Marwa NAFIE