CREATION JULY è, çùâç AT FESTIVAL MONTPELLIER DANSE
RERUN ON OCTOBER ê, çùçâ AT THÉÂTRE DE LA CITÉ Ö TOULOUSE
Mazùt is a piece that represents a turning point in the company’s research trajectory; it allowed Baro d’evel to continue opening up its languages. It was the starting point for the creations that followed, Bestias and the diptych Là, sur la falaise.
Paradoxically, this piece has been little seen, which is why we wish to bring it back on tour.
Mazùt was born from the duet of Blaï Mateu Trias and Camille Decourtye on stage, but the solidity of the piece allows the company to consider a first experience of transmitting a repertoire with the performers Marlène Rostaing and Julien Cassier.
Two beings in search of their inner self
because humanity overcomes them
because they have lost their instinct
because the world goes too fast,
too many words, too many letters.
They want to find their first sensations
preparing, seeking in the ins and outs of daily life
the doors open towards the beginning of all
before the standing men,
before the thinking men,
be no more than four legs
breath, blow, breathe,
find the first breath
the starting point
be a being who breathes
and looks at the world.
Welcome to the sensorial world of Mazùt.
To assist to the last creation of Baro d’evel is not merely to be there, it is also to enjoy how feelings can turn into emotions in a few milliseconds. Mazùt is simplicity in the end result, with a gastronomic subtlety.
Baro d’evel, 2 acrobats of the absurd.
Baro d’evel’s personal touch is about the light and the fragile. It lies in its way of allowing time and situations to happen so that they generate their own unfolding. (…) the Baro d’evels cherish the poetry of the material.
What if we revealed the animal hiding in each of us? Baro d’evel gives it a try, in a disarming, perfectly executed show.
The Baro d’evel couple, one of the most promising current circus companies, has evidently worked hard to refine this neat show summoning all arts forms.
Of infallible fragility.
This story that can be told, and even known. But it is here offered by artists at soul. They dare the ephemeral, subject to great mastery, bringing back the magic of shared moments to the stage and the show.
Authors and directors: Camille Decourtye and Blai Mateu Trias
Performers: Julien Cassier and Marlène Rostaing
Collaborators: Benoît Bonnemaison-Fitte, Maria Muñoz – Pep Ramis / Mal Pelo
Light creation: Adele Grépinet
Sound creation: Fanny Thollot
Costumes design: Céline Sathal
Rhythm and music advice: Marc Miralta
Drops Engineer: Thomas Pachoud
Builder / Stage manager: Laurent Jacquin
Lighting manager: Louise Bouchicot or Marie Boethas
Sound manager: Timothée Langlois or Naïma Delmond
Stage manager: Cédric Bréjoux or Mathieu Miorin
Managing director / Promotion: Laurent Ballay
Production manager: Pierre Compayré
Production administrator: Caroline Mazeaud
PRODUCTION: Baro d’evel
COPRODUCTIONS: ThéâtredelaCité – CDN Toulouse Occitanie ; MC93 – Maison de la Culture de Seine-Saint-Denis ; Teatre Lliure de Barcelone ; le Parvis – scène nationale Tarbes-Pyrénées ; Malakoff scène nationale – Theatre 71; Romaeuropa festival ; L’Estive, scène nationale de Foix et de l’Ariège.
RESIDENCIES: ThéâtredelaCité – CDN Toulouse Occitanie; L’Estive, scène nationale de Foix et de l’Ariège.
WITH SUPPORT from DGCA, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, Conseil Départemental de la Haute-Garonne, and Ville de Toulouse.
The company is under financial agreement with Ministry of Culture and Communication – Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs of Occitania / Pyrenees – Mediterranean and the Region Occitania / Pyrenees – Mediterranean. It receives operational funding from the City of Toulouse.
PHOTOS : François Passerini
2012 original creation
Pronomade(s) in Haute Garonne, National Street Arts Centre ; Mercat de les Flors de Barcelona ; “El Canal” Centre Arts escèniques de Salt – Girona ; La Verrerie d’Alès, national arts circus center in Languedoc-Roussillon and Montpellier Dance Festival 2012 ; Festival La Strada in Graz (Austria)
WITH SUPPORT FROM L’ Animal a L’esquena in Celrà and the national scene of Petit-Quevilly / Mont-Saint-Aignan.
WITH THE HELP OF the Ministry of Culture and Communication / DRAC Midi-Pyrénées Regional Council of Midi-Pyrénées and the General Council of Haute-Garonne.