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WE THOUGHT WE KNEW WHAT WE WERE DOING

 

VEDANZA Artists International

Création mondiale

22.02.2023, 20.00

24.02.2023, 20.00

26.02.2023, 17.00

We Thought We Knew What We Were Doing est une création dansée délicieuse, poétique et aventureuse, interprétée par cinq danseurs fougueux. We Thought We Knew What We Were Doing est un testament à la vie, à la façon dont les forces inattendues de la vie peuvent bouleverser nos plans les plus soigneusement étudiés: l'imprévisible, le surprenant, le toujours changeant qui exige une adaptation.

 

Créé à l'origine en 1999 sous la forme d'une courte pièce conçue par Frey Faust, le spectacle est retravaillé en collaboration avec Emanuela Iacopini et produite par VEDANZA Artists International. Après Tables (2013) et UNDO (2017), We Thought We Knew What We Were Doing est la troisième coproduction de la compagnie avec le Théâtre National du Luxembourg.

 

We Thought We Knew What We were Doing is a delightful, poetic and adventurous dance creation performed by five gritty dancers. The piece is a testament to life that describes the way unexpected forces in life may subvert our most carefully considered plans: the unpredictable, surprising, the ever changing that demands adaptation.

 

Based on a short piece originally conceived in 1999 by American choreographer Frey Faust, the show is reworked and directed in collaboration with Luxembourg based choreographer Emanuela Iacopini. Following Tables (2013) and UNDO (2017), We Thought We Knew What We Were Doing is the third co-production of her company VEDANZA Artists International with Théâtre National du Luxembourg.

 

Artistic direction/Choreography: Emanuela Iacopini and Frey Faust

Musical composition: Tomas Tello

Co-created and performed by: Frey Faust, Saju Hari,

Emanuela Iacopini, Yuko Kominami, Ileana Orofino

Stage/Light design: Karl Humbug

Costume design: Anne-Marie Herkes

A production: VEDANZA Artists International

Co-production: Théâtre National du Luxembourg, Ministère de la Culture

La presse

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