Emanuel Gat

Belgian premiere — Contemporary "musical" for 14 dancers

Musique: Ideas as Opiates, The Prisoner, The Working Hour (piano version), Mad World, Pale Shelter, Memories Fade, The Way You Are, Listen, Everybody Wants to Rule the World, The Big Chair, Shout, Famous Last Words, Sawing the Seeds of Love par Tears for Fears
Chorégraphie et lumière: Emanuel Gat
Création costume: Thomas Bradley
Réalisation costume: Thomas Bradley, Wim Muyllaert
Direction technique: Guillaume février
Créé avec et interprété par: Eglantine Bart, Thomas Bradley, Robert Bridger, Gilad Jerusalmy, Péter Juhász, Michael Loehr, Emma Mouton, Eddie Oroyan, Rindra Rasoaveloson, Ichiro Sugae, Karolina Szymura, Milena Twiehaus, Sara Wilhelmsson, Jin Young Won
Company Manager: Marjorie Carré
Coordinatrice production: Antonia Auday

Production: Emanuel Gat Dance
Coproduction: Festival Montpellier Danse 2020, Chaillot – Théâtre national de la Danse, Sadler’s Wells London, Cité musicale-Metz – Arsenal, Theater Freiburg
Soutien: Romaeuropa Fondazione, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication – DRAC Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Ville d’Istres, Région Sud – Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Conseil Départemental des Bouches du Rhône

Lovetrain2020 a reçu le prix du meilleur spectacle dans la catégorie danse du syndicat de la critique 2020-2021

Une coprésentation PBA et Charleroi danse

Emanuel Gat is a choreographer of the collective who likes staging communal life in a dynamic and exhilarating space and knows how to appeal to audiences.
A fan of music — he even creates the sound tracks for his shows — in LOVETRAIN2020 he continues his exploration of points of encounter between choreography and music, and alliances between sounds and visuals. It was completely natural for him to experiment with musicals, redynamising them with tracks from the 1980s by the English group Tears for Fears and a group of fourteen delighted performers entirely devoted to the joy of dancing. In costumes devised by the wild imagination of Thomas Bradley and sumptuously lit by the choreographer himself, this piece has all the qualities of a refined folk dance. It is skilfully put together and absolutely generous with the audience who will find comfort in a time that has been short on fun.




Bord de scène avec les artistes à l’issue de la représentation

Sat. 16.10.2021
Charleroi - Le PBA