L'HOMME D'HABITUDE

a disconcerting concert of music and dance

with les Blérots de R.A.V.E.L.

« L'Homme d'habitude » is a show born out of a remarkable meeting between dancers from the Vilcanota company, and musicians from the Blérots de R.A.V.E.L.  It's impossible to say who is leading whom in this hybrid show with a pronounced Rock bias; as the eleven performers join  to form a single tribal unit, swept up together in a jubilant whirlwind.

A surrealist drummer in pursuit of his cymbals finds himself  caught up in an ethereal dance of smoke-rings; an explosive dancer finds herself dissolving into a dream of coloured fireflies.

Strange speleoligists babble nonsense while an impressive turnstile goes haywire.

The staging takes no acount of normal artistic frontiers in this production where dancers, musicians, and even their instruments interweave in a choreography of unbridled energy.

Image follows image, laughter is never far away, and suddenly without warning, music and dance are speaking the same language....

Direction and choreography : Bruno Pradet

Dance performance : Christophe Brombin, Lucille Daniel, Céline Debyser, Claire Vuillemin, Loriane Wagner

Music : Les Blérots de R.A.V.E.L.

Musicians : Yvan Ackermann, Fred Joiselle, Arnaud Joyet, Camille Mayer, Claire Moulin, Alice Noureux,  Franck Tilmant

Lights creation : Vincent Toppino

Sound engineer : Matthieu Guettier or François Joury

Stage manager : Adrien Ropers

Scenographic design : Christopher Haesmans and Dr Prout

Costumes : Laurence Alquier

Visual : Tilby Vattard

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Production : Association Vilcanota, Association La Tambouille

With the support of : la DRAC et la région Languedoc-Roussillon, la région Ile de France, le département de l’Hérault, le département des Yvelines, la ville de Montpellier, la SPEDIDAM, l’ADAMI, le FCM, la SPPF

La Nacelle – scène conventionnée d’Aubergenville (78), Le Chai du Terral à Saint Jean de Vedas (34), Château Rouge à Annemasse (74)

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The Vilcanota company is supported by DRAC (french ministry of culture), Région Occitanie, Hérault department and Montpellier city.