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TON JOLI ROUGE GORGE

TON JOLI ROUGE GORGE

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GRANDE SALLE - THEATRE DE NAMUR
Namur
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«TON JOLI ROUGE GORGE»

19
February
Wednesday We - 08:30pm
February, 2020
Feb 19 We - 08:30pm
08:30 PM
Avenue Jean 1er, 5000, Namur, Wallonie, Belgique
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In a society where gender binarity no longer exists, a group of 18-year-olds find themselves in a forest. Are they only there to camp? Have they withdrawn from the world? As they sleep with friends around a fire, some break up. They behave abnormally, as if suffering from a strange evil. They become racist or sexist, or homophobic or all at once. It's the '80s. Or not. At least it looks like it. It may also be that these young people were sent there by their elders for a rite of passage. They are not 18 but 15 years old. There would be no harm reaching them, they would be there to choose the kind of their future. I'll be male, I'll be female. But they don't want to choose, they want to stay uncrossed. They become dissidents, untouchables. We don't know if we're today or yesterday, but it looks like something we know. Four actors in their forties, whose sexual attribute is identified (but in fact we don't give a damn), play these 15- or 18-year-olds. It doesn't matter, it's a lag. Another way of looking at it. The way we tell the world changes the world, changes reality. What story do these comedians play? Maybe both? or a story between these two? Young people who leave for their ritual of passage, they are 40 years old and on the way, they get sick, they have a specific gender while living in a society that has been gendered for decades. They begin to compare themselves, evaluate themselves, confront each other. What if we slipped from one story to another? from one genre to another? what if the characters from the different stories met? We would have shifts in analogy, meaning, language play. [b] This show would then be a new type of narrative. [/b] [b] [i] What are you looking for? [/i] [/b] [i] I am mainly trying to explode the frames, to explore what is behind it, to question everything that seems obvious, to look at the world from new perspectives. [/i] [b] [i] Do you like Brahms? [/i] [/b] [i] Yes. But I also like Bach. / Not particularly. I prefer Dvorak. [/i] [b] [i] Do you want to ask us a question? [/i] [/b] [i] Do you want to answer it? [/i]