five dancers recite tonal poetry while all marching on the same
rhythm. Daniel Linehan's new and ingenious choreography is built
around one core principle, one rule: each step is followed by another
What is a march? Linehan sees it as “a way to measure time with the body”. It's more than just a military exercise too. A march can take the form of a political protest, a sport, a game, a dance party …
Dbddbb shows the fun, as well as the dangers, of being part of a particular group.
concept and choreography Daniel Linehan cast Marcus Baldemar, Anneleen Keppens, Liz Kinoshita, Daniel Linehan and Víctor Pérez Armero coproduction Opéra de Lille, Théâtre de la Ville-Paris, Les Spectacles vivants - Centre Pompidou, deSingel Internationale Kunstcampus and Festival de Danse - Cannes with the support of the Flemish government photo Jean Luc Tanghe
€ 12 for a double danceticket with Figure a Sea on December 1, 2016