• Photo: Claude Labrèche



    • November 20, 2014, 12:15 pm
    • November 21, 2014, 12:15 pm
  • Total duration: 30 min
  • "I’ve always known that dreaming is what guides my work, my imagination, my thinking... and most likely everyone else’s. But actually treating the subject of dreams on stage is challenging. How can I make my study meaningful to an audience without undermining the true nature of dreaming? Why bother?

    Everyone dreams, even if we don’t remember doing so. Every artist is inspired by dreams, even if they are not aware of it - and aren’t we all artists during the night? Dreaming keeps us sane and healthy. But... why do we need to tell ourselves crazy stories every night in order to survive?

    Pillow Talk, an essay on dreaming will be rooted in a collection of actual dreams, recorded half-asleep with the captivating middle-of-the-night voice that speaks to the zone between our conscious and unconscious selves. The more I explore my own dreams, as well as other documentation, the more I believe that dreaming is at the heart of our capacity to think, to feel, to judge, to remember... and to survive."

    • Performer(s): Dulcinée Langfelder
    • Collaborator(s): Costumes: Dulcinée Langfelder; Éclairages: Vincent Santes; Scénographie: Vincent Santes.
    Last update: 21 octobre 2014