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Jean-Guillaume Weis

Driven speaks about what motivates an individual to be creative. The reason that drives a person to this in spite of everything. At home, on stage, in life. The dance and the staging speak of the inexpressible through a multitude of artistic creations. A portrait of people is drawn for us with their differences, what makes them unique and what connects them to all of us. The desire to dream, to create, to imagine and to dance. What is it that drives individuals to become artists and, quite simply, to be creative?
Driven speaks of the inexpressible through a multitude of artistic creations danced by three dancers.

Chorégraphie, mise en scène & danse
Jean-Guillaume Weis & guests: Malcolm Sutherland & Baptiste Hilbert Scénographie & costumes Trixi Weis
Vidéo Catherine Dauphin
Lumière Steve Demuth Regard extérieur, assistance création et répétitions Anna Senognoeva, Giovanni Zazzera, Dominique Thomas, Aifric Ni Chaoimh Participants à la vidéo Yu Lo, Léa Lieser, Olivier Kuclic, Héloise Dausse Kluger, Nadja Godfroid, Anne Schmit, Catarina Barbosa, Sergio Mel, Aifric Ni Chaoimh, Youri de Gussem, Piera Jovic, Anna Senognoeva, Giovanni Zazzera
Habillage Ann Swalus Production Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg
Coproduction Dance Theatre Luxembourg, TROIS C-L, Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois, Ministère de la Culture
Avec le soutien de Danzschoul Wellenstein, Danz Asbl
With the support of Baryshnikov Arts Center
Recordings in BAC, New York, residency 2012
Avec le soutien financier du Service National de la Jeunesse & de la Fondation Indépendance

In the framework of: Logo_SNJ_texte_droite_RVB


Tu 26 June 2018 20:00 Horaire


Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg
1 Rond-point Schuman



(c) Catherine Dauphin