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The contemporary circus show takes you on a fantastic journey through surreal imagery that delves into the painter Bosch’s fabulous and saturated universe.
More than 20.000 experienced last year Republique’s contemporary circus show on the medieval painter Hieronymus Bosch. Now it returns as part of the biggest world tour any Danish theatre has ever accomplished.
BOSCH DREAMS pays homage to Bosch and the surrealist movement he inspired. The contemporary circus show takes you on a fantastic journey through surreal imagery that delves into fabulous universe.
Pictures come to life right in front of you as the amazing acrobatic artists from Les 7 doigts unleash their playfulness across a fascinating 3-dimensional canvas of projected videos created by the French-Argentine video artist, Ange Potier. His magic-realist video projections encompass everything that characterizes both Bosch and the surrealist movement. The show’s grand format will lead you through a fantastical universe that includes tales of Bosch’s life as well as revelations of his truly unique work.
Les 7 doigts
Original Idea & Concept: Samuel Tétreault
Scenario: Samuel Tétreault, Martin Tulinius & Ange Potier
Artistic Direction & Staging: Samuel Tétreault
Dramaturgic Consultation: Simon Boberg
Staging Support: Matias Plaul, Charlotte Bidstrup & Olaf Triebel
Video & Visual design: Ange Potier
Texts: Samuel Tétreault, Martin Tulinius & Simon Boberg
Lighting Design: Súni Joensen
Sound Design: Janus Jensen
Props & Accessories: Mette Hammer Juhl
Costume production: Bente Nielsen / Kristina Widriksen
Fish monster costume: Mathieu René
Masks: Karin Ørum
Make up and wigs: Line Ebbesen
Music: Claire Gignac – La Nef, Nans Bortuzzo, Vivian Roost
Executive Producer: Republique
Touring Producer Les 7 Doigts & Republique/Jesper Sønderstrup
Initiated by: Festival Circolo, The Netherlands
And supported by: Wilhelm Hansen Fonden and The Jheronimus Bosch 500 Foundation
With the support of Conseil des arts du Canada, Conseil des arts de Montréal and Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec