Programme

Serge Aimé Coulibaly

Nuit blanche à Ouagadougou / Sleepless Night in Ouagadougou

Part of the Festival “Sleepless Nights: Burkina Faso between Culture and Revolution”

Dance

French / With German surtitles / With English surtitles / 65 minutes

At a public square at night in Ouagadougou or elsewhere. The country is suddenly awoken. Together some people re-enact the events of the day. “Nuit blanche à Ouagadougou” is inspired by social movements that have shaken Africa in the very recent past. Coulibaly takes a clear political position and has gained international attention. 

Cast

Concept & choreography: Serge Aimé Coulibaly / Performance: Adonis Nébié, Marion Alzieu, Sigué Sayouba, Smockey Bambara, Serge Aimé Coulibaly / Text & music: Smockey Bambara / Dramaturgy: Sara Vanderick / Assistance choreography: Sigué Sayouba / Set design: Marie Szersnovicz, PL/NK (Peter De Blieck & Ruth Boute) / Costumes: Marie Szersnovicz / Light design: Hermann Coulibaly, Kurt Lefevre / Production: Poisson Pilote

Dates

  • Past
    Tue 15.11.2016, 20:30 / HAU1
    Wed 16.11.2016, 20:30 / HAU1

Credits

Production: Faso Danse Théâtre. Coproduction: Studios Kabako in Partnerschaft mit Association 1er Temps, part of the Programme Pamoja, supported by Programme ACP-UE and funded by European Union, Les Récréâtrales (Burkina Faso), Le Tarmac - La scène internationale francophone (Paris), Pôle Sud, Centre de Développement Chorégraphique, Strasbourg, CC De Grote Post - Ostende.

Supported by: Institut français.

Location

HAU1
Stresemannstr. 29, 10963 Berlin

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