Meredith Thompson, Brendan Wyatt, Mairéad Filgate
Choreographed by Sylvie Bouchard, L’éternel voyage chronicles a quest to find stable grounds. Set in an ethereal landscape the trio invokes the mystery of the unknown, fragility and undiscovered strengths. Within this unsettling terrain, we witness three characters who learn to trust the beating of their own heart. Calm and dazzling winds, sudden gusts, and tornadoes accompany the group on their journey forward. Performed by Mairéad Filgate, Meredith Thompson and Brendan Wyatt, L’éternel voyage is a hymn to life, a call to fully savour the moments that are precious to each of us.
Directed by Claude Guilmain and Louise Naubert of Théâtre la Tangente, and conceived based on an original idea by Claude Guilmain, L'Implorante is inspired by the correspondence between Auguste Rodin and Camille Claudel, his muse and mistress. Performed by Sylvie Bouchard, Bernard Meney and Louise Naubert, the piece is a stunning multifaceted arrangement of choreography, music, video and text that puts in opposition movement and immobility.
A choreographer, on tour in Paris, visits the Rodin Museum. She becomes fascinated by the emotional power of Camille Claudel's sculpture, “L’Âge mûr” (Mature Age). In her quest to grasp the potency of the piece she begins an all-consuming search through Claudel and Rodin's personal letters. What emerges is a powerful and haunting parallel between choreographer and sculptress.
L’Implorante est une oeuvre conçue et produite par le Théâtre la Tangente, en collaboration avec BoucharDanse.