Marcus Lindeen
L’AVENTURE INVISIBLE
Theatre
Location brut nordwest
Language French with German and English surtitles
Duration 75 min
Price EUR 20
Dates
Previous dates
29 May
Sunday
Time 7pm
 
29 May
Sunday
Time 9pm
 
30 May
Monday
Time 7pm
 
30 May
Monday
Time 9pm
 
31 May
Tuesday
Time 7pm
 
31 May
Tuesday
Time 9pm
 
Other dates
© Gianmarco Bresadola
© Gianmarco Bresadola
© Gianmarco Bresadola
© Gianmarco Bresadola
© Gianmarco Bresadola
  • Q & A

    30 May, following the second performance

  • Thanks to

    The performances in Vienna are sponsored by Institut français d'Autriche and Embassy of Sweden Vienna.

The artist Sarah Pucill, whose film Magic Mirror reproduces the gender-blurring self-portraits of French Surrealist artist Claude Cahun; Jérôme Hamon, the first person to undergo two face transplant operations due to a hereditary disease; and the neuroscientist Jill Bolte Taylor, who was compelled to reinvent herself after a stroke. Based on his interviews with these three extraordinary interlocutors, the author, director and film-maker Marcus Lindeen created L’Aventure invisible, a piece as disturbing as it is revealing; it is his first theatre work to be presented in Vienna. Sitting in a small audience arena, three performers invite the audience to consider biographical identities as transitions, upheavals and new beginnings. Or as Claude Cahun put it: ‘Beneath this mask, yet another mask. I’ll never finish removing all these faces.’ The Invisible Adventure guides its audience towards dizzying contexts, inciting each of us to think of the self as a plurality.

  • Artistic Team

    Text, Direction Marcus Lindeen Translation Marianne Ségol-Samoy With Isabelle Girard, Tom Menanteau, Franky Gogo Artistic collaboration, Dramaturgy Marianne Ségol-Samoy Music, Sound design Hans Appelqvist Stage design Mathieu Lorry-Dupuy Light Diane Guérin Film Sarah Pucill Stage, Light, Video engineering Dimitri Blin Sound engineering Isaac Azoulay

  • Production

    Production Comédie de Caen - CDN de Normandie within Pôle Européen de Création Coproduction T2G Théâtre de Gennevilliers - Centre Dramatique National, Festival d’Automne à Paris Supported by Institut Français, Ministère de l’Europe et des Affaires étrangères (France), Ministère de la Culture (France), Cité internationale des arts (Paris), Festival Les Boréales (Caen), The Swedish Arts Grants Committee In partnership with France Culture

    Premiere October 2020, T2G Théâtre de Gennevilliers – Centre Dramatique National & Festival d’Automne à Paris

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