LAISSE TOMBER LA NUIT

Creation for 2 girls dancing

and a guy playing music and singing

photo - Alain Scherer
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 Laisse tomber la nuit is a work freely based on Hubert Mingarelli's book "La lumière volée".

 It realates the unlikely meeting of two girls lost in a vague no-man's land...girls whose hyper-sensitivity leads them constantly to imagine a fictional world, one able to shut out the deafening sounds of a hostile environment, and of  their  own overpowering memories.

 To banish their fears, they invent outrageous dances, confront each other with caresses, and discuss the strange but jovial state in which they find themselves.

 They are accompanied in this by the voice and guitar of Fred Joiselle; bringing added intensity and warmth to this female duo of childish maturity .

Choreographer : Bruno Pradet

Dancers : Céline Debyser, Claire Vuillemin

Singer/Musician/Composer : Fred Joiselle

Lights engineer : Vincent Toppino

Costumes : Laurence Alquier

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With the support of : Arts Vivants 84, le CLAEP à Rasteau (84), La Coloc’ à Cournon d’Auvergne (63), Théâtre la Vista à Montpellier (34), Montpellier Danse (34), Le Gymnase/CDCN de Roubaix (59)

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