Grand ThÃ©Ã¢tre de la Ville de Luxembourg
With 6 performers
The cutting-edge choreography of Christos Papadopoulos has made his name known across Europe and the UK, beyond his Greek home. Now, ...
With 6 performers
The cutting-edge choreography of Christos Papadopoulos has made his name known across Europe and the UK, beyond his Greek home. Now, as part of this season's Greek Focus, he makes his Luxembourg debut.
His vibrating body works are a result of his constant enquiry into perception: what is it that has the power to change what we see and to what extent are we failing to see? Inspired while driving at night and listening to music, he was struck by how different genres, whether classical or traditional Greek music, made the landscape seem different. He noticed the brain's imaginative role in perception and its ability to turn something ordinary into something beautiful.
In Larsen C, his latest work, he asks whether a slight change in a familiar rhythm or a tiny shift of body movement can alter our understanding of what we see. With a contemporary soundtrack by fellow countryman Giorgos Poulios.
Concept & choreography Christos Papadopoulos
Music & sound design Giorgos Poulios
Set design Clio Boboti
Lighting design Eliza Alexandropoulou
Costume design Angelos Mentis
Performers Maria Bregianni, Chara Kotsali, Georgios Kotsifakis, Sotiria Koutsopetrou, Alexandros Nouskas Varelas, Ioanna Paraskevopoulou, Adonis Vais
Dramaturgy consultant Alexandros Mistriotis
Choreography consultant Martha Pasakopoulou
Assistant set designer Filanthi Bougatsou
Production management Rena Andreadaki, Zoe Mouschi
Tour lighting head Stavros Kariotoglou
Set & sound technician Michalis Sioutis
Tour manager Konstantina Papadopoulou
International Distribution Key Performance
A project by Christos Papadopoulos // LEON KAI LYKOS
Produced by ONASSIS STEGI, Athens
Supported by the Fondation d'entreprise HermÃ¨s within the framework of the New Settings Program
Coproduced by A-CDCN (Association des Centres de dÃ©veloppement chorÃ©graphique nationaux); ThÃ©Ã¢tre de la Ville, Paris; Les Halles de Schaerbeek, Brussels; Julidans, Amsterdam; Romaeuropa Festival; ThÃ©Ã¢tre Jean Vilar de Vitry-sur-Seine; NEON Organization for Culture and Development; Festival Aperto / Fondazione I Teatri - Reggio Emilia; Festival de OtoÃ±o de la Comunidad de Madrid
In collaboration with DÃ©partement du Val-de-Marne, as part of the creation residency aid, the Lavanderia a Vapore choreographic residencies projects