This event was part of our 2019 Edition
W.A.M. We Are Monchichi Company Wang Ramirez
Irish Premiere. Dublin Dance Festival in partnership with The Ark present a family show for ages 7+
France / Germany
Immerse the family in a gorgeous, playful, multicultural adventure.
Mixing storytelling, hip-hop, classical and contemporary dance, two dancers from different worlds search for ways to understand each other in a humorous game of cat and mouse.↓ Read more
€15 full price / €12.50 conc. /
€54 for 4 people
55 mins (no interval)
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Irish Sign Language interpreted performance at 4pm.
From the show
An infinite dose of elegance and humour that speaks of otherness and diversity, apprehensions and encounters. The dance, the music, the aesthetics: everything is savored, whatever your age.
La Dauphiné Libéré
Virtuoso passages to ironic anecdotes, from personal solos to a few reflections on identity. All with poetry and imagination to let the spirit print what it wants on the dance. Proof of success: a total silence in the room yet full of children and teenagers.
Danses avec la plume
They are young, beautiful, funny ... But everything opposes them. Two planets so far away from each other… Her moves are gentle and with real finesse, he is energetic and skilful.
Conflicts, misunderstandings or, on the contrary, moments of connection and harmony, every note performed with touch, grace, poetry and humour.
La Dauphiné Libéré
Mixing storytelling, hip-hop, classical and contemporary dance, two dancers from different worlds search for ways to understand each other in a humorous game of cat and mouse.
Sharing four cultures between them, Shihya Peng (born in Taiwan and living in Paris) and Marco Di Nardo (born in Naples and living in Berlin) invite young audiences into their story as they find common ground and ways of communicating. With each move, jump or chase, they seek to find a country to live in together, and to live in with others.
Speaking to the young - and the not so young - W.A.M. playfully explores the search for harmony in today’s multicultural world.
- Artistic Direction, Concept & Choreography Honji Wang, Sébastien Ramirez
- Performers Marco Di Nardo, Shihya Peng
- Text Adaptation and Actor Direction Fabrice Melquiot
- Original Dramaturgy Vincent Rafis
- Composition Ilia Koutchoukov aka Everydayz /+∞
- Lighting Design Cyril Mulon
- Set Design Ida Ravn
- Costumes Honji Wang
- Arrangement Fabien Biron
- Additional Music Bachar Mar-Khalifé / Balcoon, Carlos Gardel, Alva Noto, Nick Cave, Warren Ellis
- Voice Recording and Sound Arrangement Clément Aubry
- Technical Manager Guillaume Giraudo
Co-produced by Théâtre de la Ville, Paris | Scène Nationale d’Albi | W.A.M. received co-production support as well as a creation residency in Lyon in the frame of the European Creative Pole - DRAC Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes / Pôle Danse de Lyon (Biennale de la Danse + Maison de la Danse).