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Le Sacre du Printemps arabe

Le Sacre du Printemps arabe

Sacre du Printemps arabe (Le)

The first work in a climatic, political, historic and resurgent tetralogy called The Cardinal Rites of Chaos, Le Sacre du Printemps arabe is the first season in an epic project centred on the wheel of history. After the Arab Spring of winter 2011, which they evoked in a preceding work, Le Prix Kadhafi, today they are making the leap to their Sacre du printemps arabe, which will be premiered in May 2017, just before the election of a new French president. A political spring, between the Arab spring and the French spring, after the name of an obscure far right movement that emerged in 2013 in response to the law permitting same-sex marriage. ‘It will be spring. The earth will be covered with grass. The earth will be covered with flowers. Great joy will reign over the earth. The elected leader will arrive at the Élysée and, alone, walk along the red carpet leading to the front steps, at the foot of which the outgoing president will be waiting. They will shake hands and go into the palace, where they will have a private conversation. Certain state secrets will be shared, including the code to launch the nuclear strike force. The new president will accompany the former president to the steps. The outgoing president will descend the steps alone to the car in which he will leave the presidential palace. A twenty-one-canon salute will be fired. Men will dance and examine the future according to the rites.’

Saldana, Marlène

Marlène Saldana has worked with Yves-Noël Genod, Sophie Perez and Xavier Boussiron. She has also partnered with Daniel Jeanneteau, Thomas Lebrun, the Moving Theater (New York) and Krystian Lupa, among others.

Following the example of Friedrich Nietzsche, she knows that art is given to us to prevent us from dying from the truth, but she sometimes asks herself, just like Rodrigo Fresán does, why be an artist when we can talk about art and call our angora cat Orson and our poodle Muddy Waters?

To answer this question, she founded “The United Patriotic Squadrons of Blessed Diana” along with Jonathon Drillet. After “De Walkyries en Wagnériennes, Allemagne j’arrive” at the Hebbel Am Ufer Theatre in Berlin, they left for New York where they played “Yves Mourousi au Studio Chez Bushwick”, then A Chinese man in the trenches of Verdun winning the Kadhafi Prize” at the Park Avenue Armory, the first episode of their third-world trilogy: “Le Prix Kadhafi”.

This was followed by “L’Art moderne doit presque tout à l’Afrique” during the Beaubourg-la-Reine Festival (Pompidou Centre) and “Boum La Suisse : au delà de la passion, l’équilibre” at the Théâtre de Vanves.

They then went to the Belluard Festival in Fribourg, where they presented “Déjà, mourir c’est pas facile” then at the Théâtre de la Ville, where they lost the Danse Élargie Prize with “Un Alligator Deux Alligators Ohé Ohé” and then on to the Ménagerie de Verre where they presented “Combat de Reines : finale cantonale” and finally “DORMIR SOMMEIL PROFOND, l’Aube d’une Odyssée” at the Théâtre de Gennevilliers.

Updating: January 2012

Drillet, Jonathan

Centre national de la danse, Réalisation

Since 2001, the National Center for Dance (CND) has been making recordings of its shows and educational programming and has created resources from these filmed performances (interviews, danced conferences, meetings with artists, demonstrations, major lessons, symposia specialized, thematic arrangements, etc.).

Sacre du Printemps arabe (Le)

Choreography : Marlène Saldana et Jonathan Drillet

Interpretation : Matthieu Barbin, Jonathan Drillet, Mark Lorimer, Angèle Micaux, Marlène Saldana et Eli El Sultan

Text : Marlène Saldana et Jonathan Drillet

Lights : Fabrice Ollivier

Sound : Guillaume Olmeta

Other collaborations : Maquillages Roch Bambou, Pascale Kouba et Sébastien Poirier

Duration : 73 minutes

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