The final chapter of the anti-predeterminist trilogy from Christian Rizzo, premiered at Lille, with Mon amour (2008) and L’oubli, toucher du bois. (2010), Le Bénéfice du doute plays out in a completely empty space, consciously leaving all resolution in suspense. To inhabit the immaterial thickness of the air, the dancers are supported by the lighting of Caty Olive and the music of Robin Rimbaud, alias Scanner, a pioneer of electronic culture.
Conception, choreographer and costumes Christian Rizzo
Lights Caty Olive
Original Music Robin Rimbaud alias Scanner
I Fang Lin
The association fragile / Christian Rizzo is in residency at Lille Opera
THU 19, FRI 20 & SA 21 JANUARY
The bar of the Rotunda
greets you as of 7 p.m. following the performance, to meet with artists for a drink and a bite to eat, in a convivial atmosphere.
FRI 20 JANUARY AT 9:30 PM
with Christian Rizzo and the artists following the performance.
Free admission without reservation, limited to availability of places
SA 21 JANUARY 11 AM
directed by Christian Rizzo.
Rotunda - Free admission, limited to availability of places, with reservation one month in advance at 0820 48 900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
1h30 without intermission
Individual ticket sales start Saturday 17 September at 9 am
Delegated production The association fragile - Coproduction Lille Opera, Théâtre de la Ville at Paris, Metz Arsenal... (in process)
Copie privée, Adami, Télérama, Danser