2019 / 70 minutes

La Otra Orilla is working this year on her new show, a creation for four performers – a dancer, a singer, a pianist and a percussionist. The first will take place in the spring of 2019.

Myriam Allard and Hedi Graja bring together two diametrically opposed worlds: that of a language, flamenco, and that of the imagination, embodied by the ice floe. Creating a powerful sensorial universe, playing with the wealth of contrasts and dissonance born out of these two extremes, they place the concepts of exile and the other at the heart of this face-to-face performance.

In this new offering, the iconoclastic duo assembles a visual environment, sound references and elegant, passionate colours, continuing a journey they began ten years ago. A flamenco story on an ice floe—the senses collide in an original and poetic piece.

An original creation of Myriam Allard and Hedi Graja.

On stage: Myriam Allard, Hedi Graja, Miguel Medina and Gaël Lane Lépine
Direction and scenography: Hedi Graja
Choreography: Myriam Allard
Music: Gaël Lane-Lépine, Miguel Medina, Antonio Vivaldi, Domenico Scarlatti
Lights: Julie Basse
Costumes: Marianne Thériault
Sound: Philippe Pelletier
Rehearsal director: David Rancourt

With the support of: Quai 5160 – Maison de la culture de Verdun, Centre Culturel NDG – Salle Iro-Tembeck, Arsenal contemporary art contemporain / Danse Danse

Follow the creative process of this new opus

©Lydia Pawelak