31 rue Vandenbranden
31 rue Vandenbranden is an upcoming creation by Gabriela Carrizo and Franck Chartier with the ballet of the Opéra de Lyon. The production will premiere on 11 September 2018 as the opening of the Biennale de la Danse de Lyon. It is an adaptation of Peeping Tom’s original creation 32 rue Vandenbranden.
The original production 32 rue Vandenbranden was inspired by the Japanese film The Ballad of Narayama, in which an old woman is taken to the top of a mountain by her children, to die. In 31 rue Vandenbranden, we return to this snowy mountain top under a wide-open sky. Only two rickety caravans offer protection to the elements of nature. The inhabitants of this isolated community are confronted by their loneliness and subconscious. The space in which they live is filled with hopelessness and melancholy, while at the same time being poetic and beautiful. Gradually, the borders between what happens in reality and what is imagined become blurred.
In 2015, 32 rue Vandenbranden won a prestigious Olivier Award in London in the category ‘Best new dance production’.
Inspired by 32 rue Vandenbranden, a Peeping Tom production:
Concept & Direction: Gabriela Carrizo, Franck Chartier
Dance & creation: Jos Baker, Eurudike De Beul, Marie Gyselbrecht, Hun-Mok Jung, Maria Carolina Vieira (before: Sabine Molenaar), Seoljin Kim
Dramaturgy: Hildegard De Vuyst en Nico Leunen
Sound composition : Juan Carlos Tolosa, Glenn Vervliet
Set design: Peeping Tom, Nele Dirckx, Yves Leirs, Frederik Liekens
Lighting design: Filip Timmerman, Yves Leirs
Costumes: Diane Fourdrignier, HyoJung Jang
|11-15 Sep 2018||Biennale de la Danse Lyon (FR)|