Season 2017 / 2018
Dance | Theatre

Alan Lucien Øyen
Simulacrum

Simulacrum
Simulacrum
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Photo © Erik Berg

 

 

Simulacrum, a new piece by Norvegian Alan Lucien Øyen, is both visually thrilling and choreographically outstanding. It features Shôji Kôjima et Daniel Projetto, two stellar dancers whose age and culture differ. The former, aged 77, moved from Japan to Spain in 1966 to become a flamenco master. The latter left his native Argentina, for Japan -  through Norway – to study kabuki’s onnagta acting (female role) alongside Fujima Kanjuro’s renowned family. But beyond flamenco and kabuki, Simulacrum is an intersection that tells us about transcending the givens of our birth and assert our desires.
 

 

 

Venue details

From November 7 to 8, 2017

 

November
19h45 TUE 7, WED 8
 

Salle Firmin Gémier   

Running time 2h

PREMIÈRE EN FRANCE

DIRECTION ARTISTIQUE, CHORÉGRAPHIE Alan Lucien Øyen
ADJOINT À LA DIRECTION ARTISTIQUE Andrew Wale
SCÉNOGRAPHIE Åsmund Færavaag, Andy Cavatorta
LUMIÈRES Martin Flack
SON Gunnar Innvær
CHORÉGRAPHIE ET MUSIQUE KABUKI Kanjuro Fujima

AVEC Shôji Kôjima, Daniel Proietto

 

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