Our stage is anywhere, our tools are physical theatre, clown, mask, circus, dance and of course, music!
Our training includes the Ecole Jacques Lecoq, Ecole Philippe Gaulier, EACS (Ecole des Arts Chinois du Spectacle), Ecole de Cirque les Noctambules, and in music the Centre des Musiques Didier Lockwood, Goldsmiths University of London, and Royal College of Music.
Our work process is to write with our bodies on stage through improvisation – every performer is also a creator.
We tell stories yes, but our language is modern, hybrid theatre. The core of our creative development focuses on the style, where movement, space and sound are intrinsically tied together to generate powerful images. We further exploit the physical dexterity of the actor and the imaginative will of the spectator, to forge immediate, inclusive experiences.
Our original music also draws from diverse genres, from jazz, old time and bluegrass, to glam rock, punk and electronic music. It can also find inspiration from contemporary sources such as cinema which the show might also be alluding to.
The music is not just melody but also used as sound effects, and it is all crafted around the movements of the actor or the imagination of the director, as the actors in turn might seek rhythm and form from the music.