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Cie Philippe Saire
Av. de Sévelin 36
1004 Lausanne
Suisse

+41 21 620 00 12 info@philippesaire.ch

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Vacarme spectacle ×

Première at Festival de la Cité, Lausanne, July 1st, 1994. Choreography for 5 dancers.

La Nébuleuse du Crabe, created in February 1994, was about these games-modes-rules we participate to, and which we are not conscious of. From the beginning, Vacarme has been conceived as dealing with the same topic. However, the structure, the final form, the number of performers are very different. We can talk of a third part, if we consider L’Alibi et le Topographe as the first one; it was about our need to control, to frame, to settle rules. So Vacarme would be the last part of the triptych.


“Mystery and beauty here cohabit… Propulsions, jumps, lifts… “Vacarme” is danced with fierce energy. The five performers fix their own rules for a complex game, leaving chalky tracks on the dance floor. Are they for hopscotch, roads, boundaries? There is always beauty in the mystery. “Vacarme” never misses, to the end. And what violent blazes does the final kiss of peace put out ?”
24 Heures Lausanne (CH) 1994

“Imagine a fabulously complex watch, with endless amounts of small beautifully crafted parts, each different, each functional – all working to make the clock tick in a singular rhythm. So danced the phenomenal five-members Compagnie Philippe Saire in its second Washington appearance.”
The Washington Post (USA) 1994

“They are young, strong and aggressive. They dance at high speeds that border on the dangerous. They are fearless. They are graceful, when called upon to be so. In short, they are remarkable.”
Seattle Post-Intelligencer (USA) 1994

“La capacidad de integracion y de crear totalitades bien estructuradas, no se da en maceta. Es uno de los retos mas angustiantes de todo creador. La elaboracion de un lenguaje personal, tambien. Saire es un artista maduro en ambos aspectos.”
Unonasuno (Mexico) 1994


Choreography
Philippe Saire


Set design
Jean-Marie Bosshard


Dancers (création)
Julie Salagues, Andreas Fratzl, Fabrice Garcia, Yann Lheureux, Philippe Saire


Dancers (Sévelin 36, April ’95)
Céline Perroud, Corinne Rochet, Fabrice Garcia, Philippe Saire, Gilles Veriepe


Music
Balanescu Quartet, Krons Quartet, Test Dept


Lighting design
Jean-Marie Bosshard, Laurent Junod


Costumes
Jocelyne Pache


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Past dates

Lausanne (CH)
01.07.1994
09.07.1994
Friedrichshafen (DE)
21.08.1994
21.08.1994
Verscio (CH)
28.08.1994
28.08.1994
Atlanta (US)
23.09.1994
24.09.1994
Washington (US)
28.09.1994
28.09.1994
New-York (US)
06.10.1994
09.10.1994
Seattle (US)
13.10.1994
16.10.1994
BOA
Lucerne (CH)
02.11.1994
05.11.1994
Zürich (CH)
10.11.1994
13.11.1994
Ann Arbor (US)
30.11.1994
30.11.1994
Stäfä (CH)
17.03.1995
17.03.1995
Berne (CH)
23.03.1995
23.03.1995
Lausanne (CH)
19.04.1995
30.04.1995
Copenhague (DK)
07.04.1995
08.05.1995
Ludwigshafen (DE)
09.06.1995
09.06.1995
Isny (FR)
03.08.1995
03.08.1995
Biarritz (FR)
12.09.1995
12.09.1995
Guanajuato (MX)
18.10.1995
22.10.1995
San Fransisco (US)
26.10.1995
29.10.1995
Bienne (CH)
14.12.1995
16.12.1995