October in Saint-Denis

Cultural ,  Dance at Saint-Denis

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  • After Crest Line, Maguy Marin returns for a new creation at the TGP.

    this time it is an in situ production. This play continues the story between the theater and the district of Franc-Moisin. After Philippe Ripoll, Didier Ruiz and Thierry Thieû Niang, Maguy Marin accepted the invitation of Jean Bellorini to lead an artistic project with amateurs.

    Maguy Marin is a key figure in dance. For thirty-five years, she has invented an original language, searching for gestures and sounds of the body, text and live music. Animated by a rare plastic and poetic power, it questions the human condition, consumption phenomena, social criticism and the struggles of humanity.

    While his pieces are circulating around the world and are performed by prestigious ballets, this creation will be one of the very rare occasions to discover his work worked with and for non-professional dancers.

    Most performers will experience their first stage experience. Through workshops and meetings, a choreographic community was born, composed of thirty dancers aged between eight and seventy-five years.
    With Maguy Marin, these inhabitants ask us some essential questions: what place for the world in dance? What place for dance in a theater?

    Illustrator Jérémie Fischer is given a carte blanche in the form of an illustrated book. Much more than a report, his book will be a free extension of this shared history.
  • Spoken languages
  • From November 1, 2019 to November 3, 2019
  • Full-fare

    • Annual

    7 €
  • Adult

    • Annual

    5 €
Schedules
  • From November 1, 2019
    until November 2, 2019
  • On November 3, 2019
  • Friday
    at 8:00 PM
  • Saturday
    at 8:00 PM
  • Sunday
    at 3:30 PM
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  • Gachis

    Quelle dommage de louper toute la subtilité de Marivaux et finir la piece avec une violent fusillade. Vraiement? Harlequin en fou tireur - La violence n'est pas dans cette piece, elle est dans l'interpretation du metteur en scene et c'est bien dommage dans une ville connue pour sa violence de finir la piece ainsi. Le jeu d'acteurs tres bien., dommage de le gacher.

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  • Rira bien qui rira le dernier---

    Excellent spectacle . Les interprètes sont des virtuoses et excellent dans le burlesque entre Becket et Strindberg---

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