la pluie, a moving depiction of the memories of a Holocaust witness

la pluie is a simple yet wonderful puppet performance depicting the memories of an old lady who witnessed the Holocaust....

Robyn Orlin’s plea for generations to come

What future do we build for ourselves? Our children? To what extent are we responsible for our fate? Those are the...

Rocìo Molina: flamenco beyond genre

Rocìo Molina is in Chaillot for Caida del Cielo, a kind flamenco able to seize tradition, exalt it and use it to...

Olivia Csiky Trnka est Anaïs Nin dans «A comme Anaïs», mes Françoise Courvoisier, Illustration © Araso

A comme Anaïs: Henry Miller and Anaïs Nin larger than life

A comme Anaïs is the adaptation to stage of Henry Miller and Anaïs Nin’s passionate relationship...

Lucinda Childs illustration by Araso

Lucinda Childs: the footprints of a legend

Lucinda Childs reigns with discretion and humour over the realm of dance. Her piece «Dance» has become a...

Sofia Ruis and Vitor Roriz are Antony and Cleopatra for Tiago Rodrigues

Antony and Cleopatra: a lesson of creativity by Tiago Rodrigues

Antony and Cleopatra by Tiago Rodrigues is a lesson of creativity for anyone seeking the true meaning of...

Time's Journey Through a Room

The power of the infinitely small

In Time’s Journey Through a Room, Toshiki Okada favors the five senses over words. The infinitely small is...

Mame Yamada in Avidya – The Dark Inn, Maison de la Culture du Japon à Paris, Festival d'Automne September 2016, Illustration by Araso

Avidya – the Dark Inn, japanese theater hung between laughter and nostalgia

Japanese theater both farcical and disturbing. A seemingly endless series of moving tableaux, which conveys a fleeting,...

Noémie Gantier is Liz Norton in 2666, by Julien Gosselin at Odeon in Paris

Our take from 2666, the 12-hour play by Julien Gosselin

An obscure writer disappears somewhere in Mexico where women are savagely assassinated: this is 2666, a novel by...