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/By / Mar 26, 2024

Companhia Urbana de Dança
Pièce pour 10 danseurs – Création Biennale
Chorégraphie : Mourad Merzouki
Musique : AS’N Danseurs : Tiago « TS » Sousa, Alexsandro « PIT » Soares, Ruy Chagas Junior, Wallace Costa, Diego « White » Leitão, Dieguinho Alves dos Santos, Leo Alves Santos, Christian Faxola,
Zé « Joro », Raphael Roussier – Lumières : Yoann Tivoli – Scénographie : Benjamin Lebreton
Coproduction : Biennale de la Danse de Lyon, Espace Albert Camus de Bron, Compagnie Käfig – Avec le soutien de : Fondation BNP Paribas – La Compagnie Käfig est subventionnée par le Ministère
de la culture et de la communication – Drac Rhône-Alpes, la Région Rhône-Alpes (compagnie conventionnée), et Culturesfrance pour certaines de ses tournées internationales – La Compagnie
Käfig est en résidence à l’Espace Albert Camus de Bron – Accueil : Espace Albert Camus-Bron, Célestins-Théâtre de Lyon, Biennale de la Danse
Avec le soutien de : Ambassade du Brésil en France – GL events

Brock Poirier

Brock Poirier



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