This is actually the staging of a dance rehearsal. The public witnesses the birth of a choreographic work ; the rehearsals are accompanied or not by music, with commentaries by the choreographer who corrects, rectifies and shares his opinion. The viewer is in a privileged position, that of a voyeur invited behind the scenes. The light is dim, the curtains are open in the wings, and the dancers are dressed for a rehearsal. The public is not in its usual place for a performance. It’s a gamble to propose such an original experience, a gamble that pays off.
A show built on a simple idea, since it allows us to follow the dancers’ progression from the studio to the stage. The public can thus understand the evolution of a choreographic work. It’s a job that requires great rigor, and this approach allows the viewer to measure every gesture to its true value.