Le Festival d'Avignon

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Cyrano de Bergerac
Le Festival d’Avignon

In Paris in 1640, the brilliant poet and swordsman Cyrano de Bergerac finds himself in love of his beautiful cousin Roxane. Despite his courage and the admiration aroused everywhere he goes, he refuses to decla...
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Orphelins
Le Festival d’Avignon

Liam, a young man aged 20 years, covered in blood, enters his sister’s apartment while she is having an intimate dinner with her husband. He tries to give a coherent explanation to the couple, but he slips deep...
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Final Cut

According to its writer, director, and performer Myriam Saduis, Final Cut should not be called a show, and not even a performance. Instead, she suggests to describe it as something ‘unstable, between a historic...
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Hamlet
Le Festival d’Avignon

When you enter the performance hall of the Gilgamesh Belleville, you are welcomed by the organiser of the wedding: "Come on, ladies and gentlemen, sit down please, the ceremony is about to begin." He immediatel...
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Outwitting the Devil
Le Festival d’Avignon

At the Cour d’honneur of the Palais des papes, Akram Khan presents a great choreography directly inspired by the Epic of Gilgamesh, an old founding epic poem. In an oneiric and disturbing way, he sets a violent...
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Le Moche
Le Festival d’Avignon

One day, Lette’s life turns upside down. This brilliant engineer learns that he is...ugly. Because of this “objective ugliness” upon which his entourage agree, his boss decides that he will not present in a con...