Cie 111


Questcequetudeviens? is an homage to an exceptional story and celebrates Aurélien Bory and Stéphanie Fuster reunion. Fuster was studying law when she dropped everything to become a flamenco dancer. She moved to Sevilla, learned with the greatest teachers – Manolo Marin and Israël Galvàn among other – and overcame all the obstacles to answer her irrepressible call to express herself and her passion.

Questcequetudeviens? tells the story of her struggles. Over the course of three parts, Bory creates for her a space that reflects her inner journey, from the birth of her passion to its full bloom. She wears the traditional Sevillian dress, she is shown living apart in a hut, she is dancing flamenco in water or in a tiny box.

Fuster is going through rage and exhaustion, overcoming one obstacle after the other, to finally come out full in full burst. She is performing with the masters of flamenco : guitarist José Sanchez and singer Alberto Garcia. Questcequetudeviens? is the breath-taking portrait of a free artist and woman.

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Performers : Stéphanie Fuster(dance), José Sanchez (guitare) et Alberto Garcia (singing) // Concept, scenography & stage direction : Aurélien Bory // Choreography : Stéphanie Fuster // Music: José Sanchez // Light design : Arno Veyrat // Assistant stage director: Sylvie Marcucci //Décor: Pierre Dequivre et Arnaud Lucas // Sound: Stéphane Ley // Costumes : Sylvie Marcucci // Stage Manager : Arno Veyrat // Sound : Sylvain Lafourcade // Light : François Dareys or Arno Veyrat // Production director : Florence Meurisse // Administrator: Clément Séguier-Faucher // Production officer : Justine Cailliau Konkoj // Press Agency : Plan Bey //

Production : compagnie 111 – Aurélien Bory // Coproduction & residencies : Festival ¡Mira! / TnBA Théâtre national de Bordeaux en Aquitaine, Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne

With the support of : Théâtre Garonne scène européenne – Toulouse, Scène nationale de Cavaillon, La Fabrica Flamenca - Toulouse, La Grainerie Fabrique des arts du cirque et de l’itinérance – Balma