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L’après-midi d’un foehn

Compagnie Non Nova / Phia Ménard

May 8-9th  / 18:00h

Espai Rambleta

You can also buy your ticket at THE BOX (from 26/04 to 04/05)

L’après-midi d’un foehn is a visual tale for children from the age of 4 in which an artificial tornado gives life to a ballet of plastic nymphs, orchestrated by an actress-puppeteer. It is a choreography involving a puppeteer and her puppets, a ventilation system and a few accessories: plastic bags, a coat, scissors, a roll of tape, a walking stick and an umbrella. With the music of Claude Debussy –Prelude to the afternoon of a faun, Nocturnes and Dialogue of the wind and the sea–, a ballet teacher creates a choreographic piece performed by plastic dancers driven by air currents.

Non Nova is a heterogeneous group formed by artists of different sex, age and career, joined by the desire for the audience to experience new and unexpected sensations. Founded in 1998 by Phia Ménard, its goal is to approach the art of juggling, its scenic treatment and its dramatic structure from another point of view. “Non nova, sed nove”(Not new, but seen from a new perspective) is the founding principle of the company. Its works are presented all over the world.

L’après-midi d’un foehn (Afternoon of a foehn)

Interpreted by: Cécile Briand

Artistic direction, choreography and scenography: Phia Ménard

Soundtrack composition: Ivan Roussel using Claude Debussy’s music

Lighting design: Alice Ruest

Wind design: Pierre Blanchet

Set construction: Philippe Ragot assisted by Rodolphe Thibaud and Samuel Danilo

Sound master: Ivan Roussel

Lighting technician: Olivier Tessier

Stage manager and wind manager: Manuel Menes

Costumes and accessories: Fabrice Ilia Lroy

Tour manager: Olivier Gicquiaud

Photographs: Jean-Luc Beaujault

Co-director, production, administration: Claire Massonnet

Production assistant: Clarisse Merot

Communication: Adrien Poulard

Assistant touring coordinator: Lara Cortesi

Length: 40 minutes – Suitable for ages 4+