bibi ha bibi - aloun marchal / henrique furtado

A mucho macho show

Concept, interpretation and on stage: Henrique Furtado & Aloun Marchal
Scenography and costume: Camille Rosa in collaboration with Rozenn Lamand
Dramaturgy: Céline Cartillier Music Support: Jerzy Bielski Lighting design: Eduardo Abdala Wrestling instruction: Bruno “Hammer” Brito Magdans instruction: Estela Ferreira Inuit Song instruction: Marie-Pascale Dubé
Bibi Ha Bibi is produced by SIEGE (FR) and Possibilitas (SE)
In co-production with: Göteborg Dance & Theater Festival (SE), La Place de la Danse CDCN Toulouse / Occitanie, in the context of the network [DNA] Departures and Arrivals cofinanced by the Creative Europe program of the European Union and Atalante (SE)

Residences: TPE de Bezons (FR), Theatre of Louis Aragon (FR), Alkantara (PT), EKA Palace (PT), Ménagerie de Verre (FR), Vitlycke – Centre for Performing Arts (SE), La Briqueterie CDC du Val de Marne (FR)
Supported by: Västra Götaland region (SE), Gothenburg city (SE), DRAC Ile-de-France project support (FR), Spedidam (FR), SACD-Beaumarchais – choreographic writing support (FR), SACD production support FR), Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian (PT) and Apoio Fundação GDA (PT)

Also supported by: Danse (S) and Chantier (FR)

24.09 - 08.10

BIBI HA BIBI – premiere at Atalante in Gothenburg October 12, 2017

The artists and choreographers Aloun Marchal (France) and Henrique Furtado (Portugal) present a hyperventilizing performance that combines a wide range of masculinities – from throat songs to ritual dance and wrestling.

In the middle of the scene, face to face and in sleek knitwear Aloun Marchal and Henrique Furtado challenge each other with a broth that starts deep inside.

Bibi Ha Bibi explores a wide range of sounds and movements that style collide with each other: from martial arts to legitimate childish play, from fragile discouragement to goodnight songs and from relaxed breathing to bestial cry. Progressive mechanisms push the combatants deeper into the show, the movements become incoherent and the throats open more and more. The voices and faces, the laugh and the broth are gradually collapsed, mixed, and rival each other. With the listening, moods and the exchange of movements as a basis, Bibi Ha Bibi passes “pas de deux” from controlled violence to sensuality.

Aloun Marchal and Henrique Furtado have both worked in different constellations in France, Portugal and Sweden. Bibi Ha Bibi is their first performance together.

Bibi Ha Bibi will also be played in Marseille and Lisbon in October 2017.

Bibihabibi 2 photo pierre ricci

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