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Dates: 12 Oct - 12 Oct
Show Time: 11.00am - 8.00pm
Annie Vigier and Franck Apertet (les gens d’Uterpan)
A choreographic piece for an exhibition space.
The choreographers are stimulated by the formation of movement, and the structured organization of performances. CASTER, by Les gens d’Uterpan begins from a position of observation, of the situation, the choreographers themselves, and the spectator who has arrived to experience the show. Under whose instruction do we act in the spaces of theatre, dance and art, and with which methodologies are actors cast? What do we reveal of ourselves in the moment we enter a space of performance?
This is a very special, one-night only performance, by the highly acclaimed French choreographers, currently in residence at CAC Bretigny, Paris.
The company les gens d’Uterpan (Annie Vigier and Franck Apertet), in residence since September 2008 at CAC Brétigny, is granted by Département de l’Essonne and by CAC Bretigny, infrastructure of Communauté du Val d’Orge. www.cacbretigny.com
With the support of the Ile-de-France Regional Cultural Affairs Office, Ministry of Culture and Communications – support to a choreographic company / Ile-de-France Region, convention of artistic and cultural permanency / Association Beaumarchais-SACD – support to creation / Ile-de-France Region and Département de Paris – support to employment
Specific partners :
Project Arts Centre, Dublin / The French Embassy in Ireland – Cultural Service / Culturesfrance
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