The performance will be postponed to the next season.
Yoann Bourgeois is a truly unparalleled acrobat. He played himself into the audience’s hearts with Scala and his attempt to stretch the limits of gravity. He also fascinates as a juggler and choreographer. With les paroles impossibles, he returns to the stage with a new programme and new tricks, mesmerizing the audience as a breath-taking trapezist, a flying fakir, a magic dervish, a bird-like singer and much more besides. He is a master of his genre with countless tricks up his sleeve who knows how to captivate his spectators.
With their hilarious choreography, the Ben Aïm brothers take a fresh look at the absurdity of our everyday life. Could it be that it is precisely this lightness of humour that enables us to see our reality with new powers of imagination?
The gates have accidentally closed and ten museum attendants are locked in the art exhibition for the night. But that's not all: the shadows of Goya's bleak paintings, which they watch over during the day, swallow them up.
More entertaining than a lecture, a little more scholarly than a film-concert, this play makes the spectator discover the creative universe of an imperishable reference of burlesque comedy: Buster Keaton.
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