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Gathering the musicians from Estro Armonico and a professional gospel group, Gast Waltzing imagines a communicative concert that conveys many positive messages and strong values.
Around ZongenZodi, our activity leaders offer you a workshop of games and theatrical improvs.
Dive into Kantus’s musical universe with soprano Lise Viricel, around improvisations on a song from the show.
In this show reminiscent of a Tim Burton movie, mysterious creatures appear in a spellbinding visual and musical universe.
Played over 600 times over the world, this “classical” concerto returns to Escher Theater with an even more virtuoso and hilarious version!
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.
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With a few handkerchiefs, guitar notes and other knickknacks wielded with a lot of dexterity, duo Florschütz & Döhnert appeals to the imagination of the young and less young audience members.
This workshop aimed at an all-audience/dance enthusiasts intends to raise awareness about the issues from show Instantanés #3.
Ben Aïm brothers present two female solos and a male trio: brisk and intimate choreographies, with a strong physical commitment, bordering on trance.
In this workshop, children or/and parents dance, play, and fantasize over the themes from show Forever.
A lively and visual choreography for children and adults that confronts us with humor to mourning and death (and its possible aftermath).
Pierric is a director, an actor and... A world magic champion! With brio, his new show suitable for all audiences blends theater, optical illusions and British humor.
An ex-dancer of the great Hofesh Schechter, Edouard Hue plunges nine individuals into a choreography inspired by the game of Go. All I Need is a ballet where gesture explodes and bears political claims.
Inspired by Japanese animated tales, Yumé (“dream” in Japanese), carries adults and children away to a wonderful universe in which the laws of nature are disrupted.
Escher Theater is back to Spanish time! Based on a flamenco artistic movement in full swing, this free and ardent show embodies an uninhibited femininity
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