« Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there lies a field. I'll meet you there. » - Mawlânâ Djalâl-Od-Dîn Rûmî
Have we ever asked ourselves the question of when we in fact we meet the other, the otherness which reveals us to ourselves?
Choreography Guilherme Botelho
Music In C by Terry Riley, performed live by The Young Gods – Franz Treichler (vocals, sampler, computer, guitars), Cesare Pizzi (sampler, computer), Bernard Trontin (drums, electronics)
Lights creation Yann Marussich
Costumes Isabelle Boucharlat
Interpreters at creation (8 taking turns) Arnaud Bacharach, Louis Bourel, Verónica Belén Bozzano Saguier, Erica Bravini, Steven Bruneau, Verónica García Ugrin, Victoria Hoyland, Délia Krayenbühl, Alex Landa Aguirreche, Ludovico Paladini, Sophie Palmer, Amaury Reot, Claire-Marie Ricarte-Reot, Solène Schnüriger, Tilly Sordat, Fabio Zoppelli
Assistant choreographer Victoria Hoyland
Production assistant Clément Lanza
Technique Amandine Baldi
Communication Marco Renna
Administration Benoît FrachebourgProduction Alias Co-productions Théâtre Forum Meyrin, Théâtre du Crochetan Soutiens
Théâtre Forum Meyrin, Théâtre du Crochetan Alias gets a joint subsidy from the city of Geneva, the commune of Meyrin, the canton of Geneva, and Pro Helvetia – Swiss Foundation for the Promotion of Culture. For the current production, Alias is supported from the Fondation Meyrinoise du Casino, the Ernst Göhner Foundation and the Sophie and Karl Binding Foundation.
Alias Company has a partnership with the Théâtre Forum Meyrin (Geneva) and the Théâtre du Crochetan (Valais).
Have we ever asked ourselves the question of when we in fact we meet the other, the otherness which reveals us to ourselves? How do we come to miss those fragile encounters during which everything hangs by a thread?
If our lives are made up of those subtle frictions, those spaces in which time slows down – sometimes for an eyewink, sometimes for what seems like a gaping eternity – then « in C » gives us the opportunity to dive into our daily routine and observe the countless encounters that constitute our existence. It takes us on a personal journey, accompanied by a repetitive and transcendental music of Terry Riley and performed live by the swiss band The Young Gods, to perhaps experience an encounter with ourselves.