- 30 May 2016
On 23.7, the performance will be followed by an audience discussion.
Following the international success of Kiss & Cry, Michèle Anne De Mey and Jaco Van Dormael return with a new production, Cold Blood, which relates the stories of seven bizarre deaths. The team behind the production combine the techniques and means of film, theatre, dance and music to create an entirely new and impressive artistic idiom. Mini-cameras record and project the story in real time as it is enacted on absolutely realistic models / mini-sets by the production’s only protagonists: dancing hands and fingers.
- 30 May 2016
Director Jaco Van Dormael
Dancers Michèle Anne De Mey, Gregory Grosjean,Gabriella Iacono
Camera Julien Lambert assisted by Aurélie Leporcq
Light Nicolas Olivier
Sound Boris Cekevda
Sets and manipulations Ivan Fox, Stefano Serra
Interpreters Jaco Van Dormael, Michèle Anne De Mey, Grégory Grosjean, Gabriella Iacono, Julien Lambert Aurélie Leporcq, Ivan Fox, Stefano Serra, Nicolas Olivier
Narrators Makis Papadimitriou (GR)
Technical coordinator Thomas Dobruszkès
Production Gladys Brookfield-Hampson & Hélène Dubois/Astragale asbl
Tourmanager Meryl Moens/ MoDul cie
Co-produced by Charleroi Danses (BE), la Fondation Mons 2015 (BE), KVS (BE), Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg (BE), le Printemps des comédiens (FR),Torino Danza (IT), Canadian Stage (CA), Théâtre de Carouge (CH), Théâtre des Célestins (FR)
Michèle Anne De Mey is an artist associated at Charleroi Danses, Choreographic center for FédérationWallonie-Bruxelles.
With the support of Fédération Wallonie- Bruxelles and Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles International