Cie Linga
May 19, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:05 PM
Cie Linga


Inspired by the eternal movement of the stars, Compagnie Linga's new production seeks a collective harmony, a world where bodies merge in the search for a new alloy and space, creating relationships so intense that emotions are shared, understood, felt by all. Everyone finds, in the simultaneity of the movements, the place for the maximum deployment of the senses. Rotations, revolutions, conjunction of trajectories and geometries, the dancers invent new scenic orbits, carried by a music expressly composed for the piece and interpreted on the stage by the duo l'Ombre de la Bête. Photo Gregory Batardon

Architecture of a Ruined Body
Katarzyna GdaniecChoreographer
Marco CantalupoChoreographer
Ai KoyamaDancer
Aude-Marie BouchardDancer
Cindy VilleminDancer
Clélia MercierDancer
Csaba VargaDancer
Erwin Le GoallecDancer
Kinda GozoDancer
Lucien ZumofenDancer
François RobinMusical Creation
Mathias DelplanqueMusical Creation
German SchwabLight designer
Emilien AllenbachStage Set
Geneviève MathierCostumes and Stage Set
Bastien Genoux - DetoursfilmLive streaming production

The Artist

In 1992, Katarzyna Gdaniec and Marco Cantalupo realized their desire for independence and creativity by founding the Compagnie Linga. With the support of the City of Pully, the City of Lausanne, the Canton of Vaud and Pro Helvetia - Swiss Arts Council, they joined forces with the Octogone, Théâtre de Pully/Lausanne (CH) where they have been in residence since 1993. There they develop a space dedicated to choreographic research, staging a physical, sensual and powerful dance.

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Supported by

Co-production Compagnie Linga - A la Zim ! Muzik - L'Octogone Théâtre de Pully - Grand Théâtre de Calais. In association with Kaosmovies

Compagnie Linga is in residency at the l’Octogone, Théâtre de Pully. Compagnie Linga benefits from a joint cooperative support agreement from the City of Pully, the City of Lausanne, the Canton of Vaud while Pro Helvetia - Swiss Cultural Foundation’s and Corodis/Loterie Romande’ contributions go towards international tours. The project cosmos is also supported by Loterie Romande, the Sandoz Family Philanthropic Foundation, the Françoise Champoud Foundation, Corymbo Foundation, Engelberts Foundation, Centre Patronal Foundation. Cosmos coproduction : Compagnie linga, Grand Théâtre de Calais, À la Zim ! Muzik, l’Octogone Théâtre de Pully.

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