Entre deux Mondes is a circus piece for the hall which will bring together five artists, including a lyrical singer, on the stage. Combining the power of song and aerobatics with an extraordinary scenography, this piece draws its inspiration from Greek mythology, thus questioning the challenges of the contemporary hero. Imagined as an acrobatic and lyrical epic, Entre deux mondes wants to go and see where the gaze stops, towards the horizons that connect a small humanity to its creation. Like the first explorers, four dancer-acrobats explore a temporal maze, going from the birth of the world to its decline. Four paths, four solitudes which converge in the same place.
In a dreamlike space, individuals forge amazing relationships with each other. These people, in touch with themselves, find themselves embroiled in the movements of a world. The space is cut out and propels this little humanity into a temporal maze. From land to flight, beyond words, these acrobatic birds transport us, question us about the difficulty of anchoring, the loss of bearings, the questioning of reality through the disturbance of gravity . Guided by the voice of a woman, in a world that moves and pushes them back, the collective adapts, tries to keep the balance before everything changes. A story of place, of links, of gravity …
Concept and direction by Damien Droin
Artists: Camille Chevalier; Morgane Stephan; Diogo Farias; Samuel Rhiner / Lyric singer and actress: Myriam Jarmache / Stage manager: Frederic Soria; Eve Esquenet / Scenographer: Damien Droin / Artistic collaborator: Yotam Peled