Measure for Measure

VOLIA PANIC

Alexis Forestier

Alexis Forestier explores the early days of the Russian space programme, against a backdrop of songs and post-punk music. A journey into an unknown side of history.

On a set that brings to mind both the archaic world of Russia’s steppes and an experimental lab, actors and musicians build machines and rocket prototypes in real time. The show takes us from the rural Russian towns of the tsarist era to outer space where Yuri Gagarin was the first human being to visit in 1961. Against a background of noise rock, it recounts how a utopian movement inspired the scientific programmes of the space conquest and the current transhumanist ideology.

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Shared evening
Saturday 07 December at 8 pm
, extend your evening with Christophe Macé, Lotus Edde Khouri, Jerome Poret, Quentin Rollet, Jala Aro, Mathieu Bauer and Sylvain Cartigny at the Berthelot Theater, as part of Bizarre Week.

Biography

Credits

with Alexis Forestier, Itto Mehdaoui, Christophe Lenté, Jean-François Favreau, Barnabé Perrotey, Alexis Auffray, Perrine Cado

conception Alexis Forestier et Itto Mehdaoui
directed by Alexis Forestier
musical creation Alexis Auffray, Alexis Forestier, Christophe Lenté, Itto Mehdaoui
light and video Perrine Cado
sound management Nicolas Lejonc
writing and editing of texts Samuel Eymard, Alexis Forestier, Itto Mehdaoui
voice filmic capsules André Robillard
realisation Obscure

Production Cie les endimanchés
Coproduction Théâtre Dijon Bourgogne – CDN, Les 2 Scènes – Scène nationale de Besançon Aide à la production Région Bourgogne-Franche - Comté, Spedidam
Support (creation residency) Les 2 Scènes - Scène nationale de Besançon et Théâtre Dijon Bourgogne – CDN en tant qu’artiste associé Soutien (compagnie les endimanchés) Ministère de la Culture, DRAC Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, Département de la Côte d’Or