The National Center for Circus Arts takes center stage at the Grande Halle de la Villette.
The end of studies spectacle of the 32nd promotion of this school remained in its cocoon for a long time.
It had premiered in December and had yet to be played.
Sitting in the front row, Raphaëlle Boitel, the track director, attends the birth.
In the Boitel family, she is the sister.
The one who soothes and questions.
His brother Camille, also a circus artist and an excellent tracker of himself, smashes, breaks, and imposes himself as the great organizer of chaos.
She likes dark atmospheres pierced with a golden halo.
He prefers the floors of scenes that collapse in a harsh light.
Festival d'Avignon: dance wins everything
For the Cnac, Raphaëlle calls her show
Le Cycle de l'Absurde
A title inspired by Albert Camus.
The writer touches it.
And the absurd unfortunately fits like a glove to what these fourteen students of Cnac experience.
For three years, they followed an elite course to learn a technical specialty but also
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