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The Great He-GoatA dance of illusions and secrets, length 70 min

  15+
The Great He-Goat, Foto Mikha Wajnrych
The Great He-Goat is a dark and mysterious journey inspired by the 18th-century Spanish court painter Francisco de Goya's Black Paintings (Pinturas negras; 1819-1823).

The Great He-Goat, one of his most famous works and one that would change the history of painting, featuring a goat in the guise of the devil overseeing a gathering of witches, is a dark satire on the condemnation of superstition and the witch trials during the Spanish Inquisition. Ten dancers, who mysteriously glide into the grotesque world of the painter's theme with their doubles, create an indescribable illusion with sensual, visual, rhythmic, tonal, physical and vocal expression that unfolds before the audience like a kind of ritual. The Great He-Goat thus becomes an apt metaphor for our time, in which the manipulative mind and the dominance of power still disintegrate our deluded everyday life.

The Belgian dance theatre company Cie Mossoux-Bonté was founded in 1985 by Nicole Mossoux (dancer and choreographer) and Patrick Bonté (director and playwright). Together they have created more than thirty performances and five films that successfully challenge the contemporary performance space. Their work combines elements of contemporary dance, puppetry and visual art. The performances are visual masterpieces that move from music to silence, draw from the unfathomable depths of psychoanalysis and test the unconscious in the realm of the viewer's imagination.

In partnership with Cankarjev dom.

For 15+and adults.
Non-verbal.

Cie Mossoux-Bonté (Belgium)
Concept and choreography: Nicole Mossoux
Režija: Nicole Mossoux in collaboration with Patrick Bonté
Puppets, costume design and set design: Natacha Belova
Vocal design: Jean Fürst
Sound design: Thomas Turine
Lighting design: Patrick Bonté
Make-up and wigs: Rebecca Flores-Martinez
Costume confection: Patty Eggerickx with the help of Lydie Fourneau, and Myriam Simenon, Agnès Brouhon and Christelle Vanbergen from the Théâtre de Liège costumes studio
Masks: Loïc Nebreda in Audrey Robin
Izdelava protez: Laurent Couline
Set fabrication: Mikha Wajnrych
Costume confection: Patty Eggerickx s pomočjo Lydie Fourneau, Myriam Simenon, Agnès Brouhon and Christelle Vanbergen (Théâtre de Liège - kostumski atelje)
Flamenco training: Coral Vados
Light technology: Jean-Jacques Deneumoustier
Sound technology: Fred Miclet
Stage management: Céline Pagniez
Assistance: Rita Belova, Sébastien Chollet and Anaïs Grandamy
Cast and artistic collaboration: : Juan Benítez, Dounia Depoorter, Thomas Dupal, Yvain Juillard or Sébastien Chollet, Frauke Mariën, Fernando Martin, Isabelle Lamouline, Shantala Pèpe, Candy Saulnier, Fatou Traore, Martha Andrioli as the young girl (originally Eva Pontiès-Domeneghetty and Marie-Lou Adam)
Production: Mossoux-Bonté Company, in coproduction with Charleroi Danse – Centre chorégraphique de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles – Belgique, La Briqueterie - CDCN du Val-de-Marne, Le Théâtre de Rungis, La Coop asbl, Shelterprod. With support from Théâtre de Liège, Théâtre de Châtillon, Taxshelter.be, ING, the Federal Belgium Government Tax-Shelter, Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, dance department and from Wallonie-Bruxelles International.
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Shows
25.09.2022 at 19:00
Stage: Cankarjev dom (Linhart Hall)
26.09.2022 at 14:00
Stage: Cankarjev dom (Linhart Hall)
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