Marseille, Istres, Château-Arnoux-St Auban,
Two planets between the heavens and the earth. Wires and ropes connect them. Amid a lunar landscape, two entities face each other, one seeming to be the mirror of the other. Plunged into this isolated space, two beings explore the full palette of the dual relationship, becoming at times allies, enemies, sisters, or strangers. Traversing all the emotional nuances that come with sharing a constrained territory, they will either transform the space or the space will transform them. At times working in harmony, at times working at cross purposes, these women echo our fears and our mutual attractions. This is a fascinating paradox that we are all permanently confronted with.
Writing and choreography Fanny Soriano
Performers Pauline Barboux et Jeanne Ragu
Scenography Oriane Bajard et Fanny Soriano
Lights Cyril Leclerc
Music Gregory Cosenza
Costumes Sandrine Rozier
Choreographic collaboration Mathilde Monfreux
General technician Vincent Van Tilbeurgh
Production and distribution Sarah Mégard and Nicolas Feniou
Production administrator Elyane Buisson
Production Cie Libertivore Coproductions Théâtres en Dracénie Scène nationally regonised theater for art, creation, and dance in Draguignan / Pôle Arts de la Scène - Friche de la Belle de Mai - Marseille / Centre Culturel Houdremont – La Courneuve / Archaos national circus center in Marseille / Théâtre de Châtillon / Le Cratère national theater in Alès / La Verrerie national circus center in Occitanie - Alès / Cirque Jules Verne, national circus and street arts center in Amiens / LE PÔLE nationally recognised theater / La Saison Cirque Méditerranée Support DGCA national support for circus creation program / production support from the Région Sud / Operational support and project support from the Bouches-du-Rhône Departmental Council / Seine-Saint-Denis Departmental Council
Fanny Soriano is an associate artist at Théâtre Jean Lurçat. La compagnie Libertivore is certified by DRAC PACA.
Special thanks to Julie Bordenave, Hélène Hirsinger, Olivier Jambrich, Anne Morata, Bastien Pelenc, François Merchie, Matthias Tempette, Eric André
"Fanny Soriano's writing is delicate, true to dance and the elements, true to the images and sensations. It is something subtly organic.”
– Le Figaro
The Libertivore circus company was founded in 2005 by Fanny Soriano and Jules Beckman. Together, they created the show Libertivore. After, Fanny Soriano took the company's reins alone and developed shows that mixed circus and dance and were enriched with research into organic matter and the material, malleable, and metamorphic character of the body. She created Ether in 2012 and then a triptych dedicated to nature composed of Hêtre (2015), Phasmes (2017), and Fractales (2019).