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ARTISTIC APERITIFS

PERFORMANCE FRIDAYS...

On performance Fridays, you're invited to share a moment of artistic improvisation. The guest artists devise a form in which your presence and reactions are a driving force for creativity. Admission is free. Come and share with us the risk of a unique experience that could take off with ridicule or fail with brilliance!

Every Friday at 7 p.m. | Main stage
6 October | October 20 | December 8 | January 26 | February 9 | April 5 | April 12 | May 17

Duration approx. 30 min
Free admission (subject to availability)
No obligation to attend the following show.

FEBRUARY PROG :

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9

UMAMI

Following Nagoripresented at the prog du Midi on food seasonality and childhood memories with Noémie D'hooge, Louis Gillard wishes to continue questioning our relationship with seasonality, this time in relation to balance. Pauline Gillardfood curator, will be offering a tasting of fermented dishes. This gustatory puzzle will bring together different flavors. Umami, literally essence of delight, is a perfect equation of bitter, sweet, salty and acidic. Pauline and Louis will respectively try to find the balance on the plate and in the body. The fermentation of food stretches time, making our conception of seasonality diffuse and complex, and these principles will be embodied by Louis.

JANUARY PROG :

FRIDAY, JANUARY 26

For this convivial event, we invite the new generation of circus artists to share a poetic moment on the edge of fear.
Among the artists present, we will have the pleasure of counting Ismaël Robert-Flandinyoung fil de fériste. His chance encounter with the circus world led to a fascination with wire, after discovering the work of Lucas Bergandi.

Our other guest, Noa Lacotea talented juggler and former student of the Graine de Cirque school, crossed paths with Clément Dazin in Obernai during the CNAC's graduation show. This is the end.
These 2 promising young artists will bring their creativity and passion to this aperitif, creating a unique moment under the guidance of Clément Dazin.

DECEMBER PROG :

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8

NIGHT-TIME BREATHING

You are invited to an extrasensory encounter between Kaori Ito in the flesh before you and Ilazki de Portuondo whose voice you'll hear all the way from Mexico. Two beings separated by the Atlantic Ocean who meet and try to bring the untouchable within our reach. If we all admit the reach of wifi waves, why not believe in the empathic dimension of bodies, why not believe in ghosts, why not believe in the invisible?

Ilazki de Portuondo forms an artist/curator duo with Julie Laymond under the name duo -Y. Together, they explore the collective imaginations of specific territories through various extrasensory or paranormal techniques, which they then translate to the public through artworks in a variety of forms. The duo has been invited to take up a research and creation residency at Strasbourg's CEAAC from 2023 to 2025, supported by the Grand Est region as part of its "mission territoire" program.

OCTOBER PROG :

ateliers-artistiques

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6

FRANÇOIS PRAUD & LOUIS GILLARD

The first artistic aperitif in the first season orchestrated by Kaori Ito, this piano-dance duet will be the kind of suspended moment she loves.

François Praud is an actor and long-time collaborator with the Munstrum theater, as well as a singer, composer and pianist. At the invitation of the TJP, he met Louis Gillard, dancer and member of the artists' committee
On D-Day, they'll share with us the first vibrations of an artistic exchange.

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 - Petite scène

DELPHINE LANSON &
PIETERNEL VERSCHUREN

When I was little,
I was talking to the shadows on the walls.
They were my confidants.
They looked different each time, a little larger or smaller.
Reassuring or worrying
Depending on the time of day.

For this aperitif, I'd like to talk to a biology researcher about living things. DNA that can be studied scientifically or the soul of a shadow moving on the wall. A dialogue, a scientific and poetic battle Dn which my words slam and escape reason to become a poem.
Delphine Lanson