Lost in ballets russes

From8/03 on14/03/2021 Théâtre de Liège en ligne

21:00 (1h) / Thematic WOMEN'S STORIES

As the great niece of Léon Bakst – famous painter, decorator and costume designer of the Ballets Russes -, Lara Barsacq spent her childhood immersed in a revolutionary and prolific work. She is deeply marked by the reproductions of the artist including those representing Ida Rubinstein, the muse, fascinating and exotic dancer. In Lost in Ballets Russes, Lara draws from her memory both the paintings of the great-uncle and some artifacts of the 1970s, to create an autobiographical piece as a tribute to her father, envisioning her dance as a ritual that transcends time.

 

Lara Barsacq is a choreographer, dancer and actress. She likes to mix the tracks between archives, fictions, incarnation and documentary. Starting from the story, autobiographical rituals and the material of the real she tries to imagine dances, metaphors and to switch into incarnation.

 

FILMED SHOW

 

Project, texts, choregraphy, dramaturgy & performance Lara Barsacq
Support for the dramaturgy Clara Le Picard
Outside eye Gaël Santisteva
Light design Kurt Lefevre
Costumes Sofie Durnez
Music Bauhaus, Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel
Participation Lydia Stock Brody, Nomi Stock Meskin
Production Gilbert & Stock Coproduction: Charleroi danse — Centre Chorégraphique de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Brussels
Residency partners La Raffinerie – Centre Chorégraphique de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles (BE), La Bellone, Bruxelles (BE), La Ménagerie de Verre, Paris (FR), La Balsamine, Bruxelles (BE)
With the support of Ministère de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles — Service de la danse, Wallonie-Bruxelles International, Grand Studio and Réseau Grand Luxe.

Lara Barsacq is Choreographer in residence at Charleroi danse, that is committed to producing, presenting and supporting her works from 2020 until the end of 2022.

 

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