Kettly Noël (Festival d'Avignon 2017)
A Haitian-born and Bamako-based dancer, choreographer and actress, Kettly Noël is the director of the Festival Dense Bamako Danse and of the cultural centre Donko Seko, a space for training, choreographic creation, and for the development of contemporary dance as a tool for socialization in Mali. She is currently developing various projects, from group pieces to installations (Documenta Kassel, July 2017).
July 9-15th, 2017
Festival d’Avignon – Théâtre Benoît XII
A woman tries to find balance between her two personalities. A man enters, seemingly determined: what does he want, and will he let himself be caught up in her problems? A constant game then begins between the protagonists, that brings them closer together, sometimes in surreal ways.
Choreography, stage design, costumes Kettly Noël
Music Louise and Patrick Marty
Lighting Samuel Dosière
With Ibrahima Camara, Oumaïna Manaï
Production Donko Seko – Création 2002
Coproduction Festival du théâtre des réalités
With the support of the French Institute and of the Fondation BNP Paribas for the 71st edition of the Avignon Festival
In partnership with France Médias Monde
Management : Blandine Drouin and Colin Pitrat
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