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Blickfelder Festival

Dimanche


The climate crisis no longer knocks - an object theater that shakes things up


Focus Cie & Compagnie Chaliwaté (BE)

An ordinary family, on an ordinary Sunday morning. Suddenly the walls begin to shake, heavy rain and massive gusts of wind start to rage outside. Simultaneously three filmmakers are trying to document the end of the world in the arctic wilderness, as they capture images of the last animals threatened by extinction.

The piece "Dimanche" paints an impressive and visually inspiring picture of a society that is being conquered by forces of nature that can no longer be controlled. The piece poses the question of how long we can hold on to ordinary Sunday activities while the world outside our windows is coming to an end. Witty and forceful, "Dimanche" urges us to be aware of the signs of global warming. 

Schauspielhaus Zürich (Schiffbau)
80 Min
Wheelchair accessible
Without words
Not suitable for people with visual impairment
Internationales Theater-/Tanzprogramm
10+

Written and directed by:

Julie Tenret, Sicaire Durieux, Sandrine Heyraud

Performers:

Julie Tenret, Sicaire Durieux, Sandrine Heyraud Or Muriel Legrand, Thomas Dechaufour, Shantala Pèpe, Christine Heyraud or Julie Dacquin 

Dramaturgy:

Alana Osbourne

Scenography:

Zoé Tenret

Stage Set Construction:

Zoé Tenret, Bruno Mortaignie (LS Diffusion), Sébastien Boucherit and Sebastien Munck 

Puppets:

Waw ! Studios / Joachim Jannin et Jean-Raymond Brassinne

Puppet assistant creators:

Emmanuel Chessa, Aurélie Deloche and Gaëlle Marras

Lights:

Guillaume Toussaint Fromentin

Sound:

Brice Cannavo

Video:

Tristan Galand

1st AC:

Alexandre Cabanne

Key Grip:

Hatuey Suarez

Underwater filming:

Alexandra Brixy

TV news filming:

Tom Gineyts

Post-production videos:

Paul Jadoul

Video set construction:

Zoé Tenret and Sébastien Munck

Video sound:

Jeff Levillain (Studio Chocolat-noisette) and Roland Voglaire (Boxon Studio) 

Costumes:

Fanny Boizard

General Stage Management:

Léonard Clarys

Stage Management:

Leonard Clarys, Isabelle Derr, Hugues Girard, Nicolas Ghion, David Alonso Morillo, Baptiste Leclère 

Photo:

Virginie Meigné