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À propos d’ acte sans paroles I

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Le miracle de l’ encore ou l’ art d’ enfiler son caleçon un pied après l’ autre au risque d’ une implacable perte d’ équilibre

image of Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui

Act without Words I is a play about gravity, whose mechanisms are on display. In Worstward Ho, the image of an old man and a child holding hands suddenly appears out of the nothingness. This image, with all its implications, has given rise to our recent production of Act without Words I , in which the same sequence of movements is performed twice, first by a young circus artist, and then by myself, an eighty-year-old dancer.

Affiliations: 1: Danseur et chorégraphe


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