Times of Change

Vozdukh Project

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L'Aquarium et le Globe, compagnie de théâtre d'intervention vous invite à découvrir Vozdukh Project, un groupe de danse-théâtre russe qui propose une vision théâtrale forte et unique combinant théâtre physique ou danse-théâtre et théâtre playback. Vozdukh Project est composé de deux artistes russes virtuoses, engagés et incontournables de la scène internationale du théâtre physique.
Avec Times of Change, Anastasia Vorobyova et Egor Utkin nous convient à un dialogue théâtral et sonore sur les thèmes du changement et de la transformation.
L'Aquarium et le Globe, cultural organization for social theatre, invites you to discover Vozdukh Project, a group of Russian theatre movers, who will propose to you a performance combining physical theatre and playback theatre. Anastasya Vorobyova, Egor Utkin and Will Chalmers invite you to a theatrical dialogue on the theme of change and transformation.


  • Friday 7 April 2017 / 20:00

90 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 13+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 5 minutes

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