What if Ophelia weren’t dead? Four women inhabited by a common strength, strange creatures with glistening hair, perambulate in the reflections of water on stage as well as on screen. Those muddled swells double their bodies, free them from gravity and exert over them a destructive attraction… Based on the Shakespearian figure of Ophelia, dead by drowning, Nicole Mossoux and Patrick Bonté’s new creation seizes the audience members. Everything there is unwonted, captivating, and resolutely black. The couple of artists likes inventing unseen worlds where the audience lets itself slide willingly into deep water.
In this show reminiscent of a Tim Burton movie, mysterious creatures appear in a spellbinding visual and musical universe.
Acclaimed at Avignon Festival and on many stages over the world, Floating Flowers is a ballet that’s calm on the surface, effusive deep down.
Ben Aïm brothers present two female solos and a male trio: brisk and intimate choreographies, with a strong physical commitment, bordering on trance.
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