Production 2018 for 7 dancers


 
 
 
 
 
« I've always wanted to be a bird
Yet I'm afraid of heights, and the only feather I have to do that is the one that allows me to write. I'm not alone, we're a lot in there. Me, my head, my dreams and my fears. Me and my other selves, not always ok with each other. But deep down, i know we are not the only ones to feel like this. You are afraid ? Me no ... Although ... I'm not ordinary. They say that I am an original. That may be what scares me. To be a clown among others, being the only one to joke at my own jokes. It's my world, away from the outside world and surely yours now ... "

Soria Rem and Mehdi Ouachek


A journey through emotions


For their 5th creation, Soria and Mehdi continue to explore their imaginary universe, this time through "Fli", a lunar character both tender and crazy. The choreographers focus on the characters. Mehdi Ouachek returns to the world of clown that marked the beginning of his career and develops a humor inspired by silent films. With 5 Hip-Hop dancers, a contemporary dancer and a circus dancer, "Fli" presents the physical performance of its performers, but especially the emotion that emanates from it. Humor mixes with nostalgia. A dance and circus show for the little ones who dream big, and the big ones who want to connect with the child in them. Premieres : November 30th – December 6th at the Smallest circus of the World (France).

Front or circular


"Fli" is the company's first show conceived in two configurations: a theater format, front, and a circus format, circular. Mixing dance and circus arts, the choreographers naturally think of adapting the show entirely according to the places, while keeping the sets.

Length :

1h - short version 40min

Choreography :

Soria Rem & Mehdi Ouachek

Performers :

Jackson Ntcham, Artem Orlov, Auriane Viel, Manon Mafrici, Ines Valarcher, Soria Rem, Mehdi Ouachek

Musical arrangement :

Mehdi Ouachek

Lighting :

Jean-Yves Desaint Fuscien

Production :

Art Move Concept company

Co-Production :

Les Gémeaux, national scene of Sceaux, National choreographic center of La Rochelle / Cie Accrorap, National choreographic center of Créteil and Val-de-Marne / Cie Käfig

Thanks:

Le Plus Petit Cirque du Monde, Café Sand Bobby of Savigny-le-Temple, French institutes and french alliances for international tours