Laurence Yadi and Nicolas Cantillon gather their memories and creative energy and evoke the artistic path they have travelled over twenty years. The play takes falling as its starting point, an allegory of the risk incurred in art and in life. What alchemy is at work between people to keep them standing? What strength breathes life into the bodies, those at work, on stage, tinged with a form of intoxication and fragility?
With this new duo, the choreographers feel the need to evoke how far they have come through the strength of their work together over the past 20 years.
In this piece, which flirts with cabaret and features multiple references, they invent characters and stage moments that they have experienced as dancers and choreographers.
They recall these events in the form of dance capsules, inventing and reinventing themselves. The bodies swing, fly, stand up with pride and humour to avoid falling and to divert the twilight from their path.