The company defends an interactive theater with the audience and questions the traditional role of the actor by giving him the capacity to intervene anywhere in any place, through engaging contemporary writing.
The company also enjoys recognition abroad allowing them to continuously evolve their shows through an interaction with a varied audiences, in different languages, while always questioning, inventing and sometimes defending their relationship with public spaces.
- The Horsemen / Los jinetes
A show which mix performance, comic and visual. Three elegant French Horse riders, inspired by the ‘‘French attitude’’, make a demonstration of training to prepare the next Olympic Games. The Horsemen represent a caricatured image of French people seen by the ‘‘Others” : arrogant, self-assured, almost unpleasant. To the publics, the three characters ask if, by their strange attitude, by their look, they can represent the French people for a next competition. At the end of the show, they push French people, but others too, to learn another language than their mother’s one, asking this question « Don’t you know that now we live in Europe ? ».
Acting space : 10m x 10m, flat and solid
Material : an earth mat or a piece of carpet : 2 m x 1m
In case of indoor show with high audience : Entrance music of your choice ,1 headset
Artists / performers: Baron Michel, Baron Romuald, Baronne Lisbeth, Baron Maurice, Baron Emerson, Baron Christian.