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Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Thursday, 27 April 2017Salle René GonzalezThéâtre de Vidy
Daniel Hellmann - a choreographer, singer and performer from Zurich - and the novantik project basel musical ensemble have created a musical, plastic and choreographic requiem mass in honour of the animal, revealing the surprising complexity of our relationship to flesh and the living.
Wednesday, 26 April 2017
Wednesday, 3 May 2017La PasserelleThéâtre de Vidy
Permeated by humour, tenderness, transgression and the unsaid, this text on the knife-edge of morality, written by Antoine Jaccoud and directed by Emilie Charriot, describes the “tender yet raw” relationship between a man and a beast.
Saturday, 29 April 2017Salle René GonzalezThéâtre de Vidy
The dancer and choreographer Géraldine Chollet embodies the archetypes of femininity with sensuality and humour, going beyond submission and folkloric kitsch, by using the figure of Itmar: a hybrid creature, half-woman and half-cow, somewhere between a diva, a sacred idol and a dairy cow.
Wednesday, 3 May 2017
Sunday, 7 May 2017Salle Charles ApothélozThéâtre de VidyThe eight new Distinguished Pieces (no. 46 to 53) by La Ribot, the Swiss-Spanish choreographer, appertain as much to an exhibition as a theatrical fiction. They invite each spectator to freely follow the metamorphoses and relationships of the three performers, from whatever viewpoint they choose.More info
Thursday, 4 May 2017
En plein air / BelleriveThéâtre de Vidy
FREE ENTRY FOR VIDY MEMBERS! Anechoic by the Swiss choreographer Cindy Van Acker, is a piece for 53 dancers in a natural landscape, recreated at Vidy for the Fête de la Danse. At twilight, in the open air, a row of black silhouettes begins a synchronous ballet which sketches the lines of an unknown alphabet.
Tuesday, 9 May 2017
Saturday, 13 May 2017Salle René GonzalezThéâtre de Vidy
Inspired by queer manifestos and the life of the actress Silvia Calderoni, MDLSX by the Italian company Motus displays the fluidity of identities and genders, walking the line between impetuous theatrical performance, frenzied monologue and virtuoso DJ set.
Thursday, 11 May 2017
Saturday, 13 May 2017Salle Charles ApothélozThéâtre de Vidy
An ageing couple visit their children, who have settled in a big city. In this playful and spirited staging, Dorian Rossel has adapted Ozu’s scenario which describes the frittering of family ties, where affection as well as distance can only be implied.
Tuesday, 16 May 2017
Saturday, 20 May 2017La PasserelleThéâtre de Vidy
On their way to the Orient, out to meet those who are making the opposite journey, the puppeteers and musicians of Tête dans le Sac tell stories of migrations, the curiosity of discoveries and the joy of chance meetings, with mischief and skill.
Wednesday, 17 May 2017
Saturday, 20 May 2017Salle Charles ApothélozThéâtre de Vidy
Centred on the overbearing absence of the eponymous character, this brilliant adaptation of Chekhov’s Platonov by the Dublin-based Dead Centre manages to revive the play in a version where the audience, provided with headsets, can listen in real-time to the directors’ commentaries about the plot.
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
Saturday, 10 June 2017Salle René GonzalezThéâtre de Vidy
“Just do it” meets “Inch’Allah”. The Swiss Yan Duyvendak and the Egyptian Omar Ghayatt have staged their meeting, their dialogue and their differences in a modular performance, foiling the ideological a priori that feed fears and rejections.
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
Saturday, 17 June 2017Salle René GonzalezThéâtre de Vidy
With Claptrap, Marion Duval, accompanied by Marco Berrettini, moves from confession to provocation, from clown to diva, from exquisite performance to out of control risk-taking and from connivence to betrayal, in this exhilarating show which takes after cabaret as much as performance.
Tuesday, 20 June 2017
Thursday, 22 June 2017Salle René GonzalezThéâtre de Vidy
Led by Nicolas Truong, Interview is a long exchange on the present-day, devised from texts, films and interviews. Moving from connivence to firm opposition, the actors Judith Henry and Nicolas Bouchaud thread their way through our collective memory.
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