La Mélancolie des dragons
Location: Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstraße 12 (Gallus)
- 6.11.2015, 19.30 Uhr€ 19,- / erm. € 6,-
- 7.11.2015, 7,30 p.m.€ 19,- / red. € 6,-, La Mélancholie des dragons - Warm up 6.30 p.m. / artist talk after the performance
As the unsurpassed master of strange stage magic, French dragon whisperer Philippe Quesne brings his new international hit to Frankfurt: stranded in the middle of a snowy no-man’s-land, four eccentric characters squeeze their way out of their car. The mountain of objects, which they subsequently haul out of the attached trailer, is the source of incredulous-amused astonishment not only for Isabelle, who was just randomly passing by. Teens and adults in the audience are likewise invited to join in the subsequent crisis management with mounds of artificial snow, bubbles and monstrous plastic bag attractions – also at the warm-up and artist talk on 6 Nov.
In simple English and French – for everyone age 12 and up
In simple English and French – for everyone age 12 and up, even without foreign language skills
Concept, Direction and Stage: Philippe Quesne * With: Isabelle Angotti, Rodolphe Auté, Joachim Fosset, Cyril Gomez-Mathieu, Sébastien Jacobs, Victor Lenoble, Émilien Tessier et Gaëtan Vourc’h * Stage: Marc Chevillon, Joachim Fosset * Production of the resumtion: Nanterre-Amandiers – centre dramatique national * A production of Vivarium Studio in coproduction with Wiener Festwochen, Hebbel am Ufer, La rose des vents / Festival Next, Nouveau Théâtre CDN de Besançon et de Franche-Comté, Ménagerie de Verre – Paris, Le Forum – scène conventionnée de Blanc-Mesnil, Le Carré des Jalles – Ville de St-Médard-en-Jalles, Festival Perspectives – Saarbrücken * With the support of Région Île-de-France, Parc de la Villette, Aide à la Création du Centre National du Théâtre, Culturesfrance und DRAC Ile de France (French Ministery of Culture) * With kind support of Institut français and the French Ministry of Culture and Communication / DGCA * In the frame of Belle saison. Children and Youth theatre from France.
In simple English and French