A family dinner. A pleasant atmosphere. Father, mother, son, lulled by their songs, their repetitive movements, their leitmotivs that patiently weave together their connections. The Other arrives with his "worrying strangeness". Now four, a new composition is created. The beautiful harmony is over. The "bug" creates his work, demanding the others to change their performance. Using four talented and inventive actors Ingrid von Wantoch Rekowski, to whom we owe the ingenious and torrid A Ronne II, has asked three composers to imagine three unique scores, imagined for the actors, with the complicity of IRCAM. Here she continues her exploration of the possibilities of musical theater, revisiting the universe of the string quartet. A new formation, a body quartet.
BUG (QUATUOR À CORPS) French Premiere
Jean-Luc Fafchamps, Daniele Ghisi, François Sarhan Composers
Ingrid von Wantoch Rekowski Stage Direction
Manolo Sellati Assistant
Jean-Marie Piemme Dramaturgy
Pierre Dherte, Aurélien Dubreuil-Lachaud, Candy Saulnier, Adèle Vandroth Actors
Régine Becker Costumes
Christine Grégoire Scenography
Bart Aga Sound
Grégory Beller, Benjamin Lévy IRCAM Computer Music Design
Hans Meijer Lighting
Ingrid von Wantoch Rekowski
A polyphonic, spry, and poetic theater: the art of Ingrid von Wantoch Rekowski is an “art of the interstitial, of the tangent, of quirk both immaterial like music it always preceeds...