Théâtre des Halles
Erosion is an encounter, a fusion between genres and materials. This visual and sonic performance expresses the time of change and the metamorphosis of feelings. The past is revisited, triturated, chanted by the body and the music, by a father, a husband, a friend; two men in the making, sublimated by the beauty of transformation, by the eternal dreams and the very human desire to dream again and to share. Two tales intertwine and give birth to a story about finitude, the lightness of things, about cycles and what passes, about what lasts a long time, and what seems to vanish or appears to be in suspension.
Written as a collective at the initiative of and with Anthony Lefebvre
Live music Julien Trigaut
Staging Frédéric Arsenault
Ethnodramaturgy Amanda Da Silva
Scenography Sébastien Pin
Sound design Olivier Lautem
Light design Sophie Lyon-Caen
Artistic consultants Jordi Vidal, Benoît Boutry
Production Le Cirque du Bout du Monde / Lille Coproduction Partners Le Channel national theater in Calais / L’Espace Périphérique – La Villette-City of Paris / Archaos national circus center in Marseille / Zim Zam adapted circus in Marseille / La Verrerie d’Alès national circus center for Occitanie / Le Prato -national circus center in Lille / Latitude 50 national circus and street arts facility in Marchin – Belgium / La Verrière – free theater in Lille / Cirque Jules Verne national circus and street arts center in Amiens Support DRAC Hauts de France / Région Hauts de France / Pas de Calais Department / Communauté d’Agglomération Hénin-Carvin
The Cirque du Bout du Monde is an artists' incubator that has been producing and presenting shows to the widest possible audience since 1999. The incubator generates a diversity of projects that always feature the complete involvement of the artists.