New creation 2020
How far are we ready to go to satisfy our desires, not lose face or even defend our territory?
Dance-theater show aimed at young audiences, Camping Sauvage addresses the issue of
live together in a light tone, without avoiding the roughness of the subject.
A man in search of connection with nature finds a small corner of greenery. He sets up his tent, folding chair and other objects there and is about to savor this moment of peace and communion with nature, when, out of nowhere, arrives another individual who settles nearby.
Between decorum and social mask, the relations are first cordial, but it is without counting on the deep impulses which sleep inside us. When one wishes to take a nap while the other turns on the music, the campsite quickly turns savagery.
What should have been a moment of relaxation then becomes a power struggle, a game of domination, a settling of scores … How far are we ready to go to satisfy our desires, not to lose face or even to defend our territory?
A dance-theater performance aimed at young audiences, Camping Sauvage tackles the issue of living together and cultural diversity in a light tone, without however avoiding the roughness of the subject.
Dance theater show for all ages 8+
Maria Clara Villa Lobos
Barbara Mavro Thalassitis
Hippolyte Bohouo et Tomas Danielis
Un spectacle de la Compagnie XL Production en coproduction avec le Charleroi Danses avec l’aide de la Fédération Wallonie- Bruxelles, Service de la danse.
Le spectacle a reçu le soutien du Théâtre Marni & Pierre de Lune.
6 – 7.11.2020 Théâtre Marni (B)
11 – 12.12.2020 Charleroi danse (B)
26 – 30.12.2020 Rentre Théâtre Jeune Public de Décembre (B) More détails soon …