It is important to have a secret, a premonition of unknown things. Man must feel that he lives in a mysterious world in some respect: that inexplicable things happen and are experienced. Only then will life be complete. (CJ)

Dancer-choreographer Géraldine Chollet’s third creation is inspired by the medieval tradition of the Theatre of Mysteries. These community ceremonies were used to summon the afterlife in order to ask for a grace, to attract benevolence or to question oneself. The choreographer proposes here to open a dialogue with the sensitive in order to explore the relationship between what we have been given and what we will leave behind. To recognize what we have, to assume what we lack, to celebrate what may come.

by Cie Rahu LaMo / Géraldine Chollet


Concept and choreography Géraldine Chollet
Choreography in collaboration
with the dancers
Eléonore Heiniger, Mélissa Guex, Bastien Hippocrate
Substitute dancers Maïté Minh, Tham Jeannolin , David Zagari
Creative assistant Patrick Mangold
Sound Designer Renée Van Trier
Sound composition and engineer Raphaël Raccuia
Lighting and Set Design Sven Kreter
Costumes Scilla Llardo
Artistic direction Géraldine Chollet
Diffusion and development oh la la - performing arts production
Administration and production Laetitia Albinati, Angie Menillo / oh la la - performing arts production
Production Cie Rahu LaMo
Coproduction Théâtre Sévelin 36
Support City of Lausanne, SIS, Loterie Romande, Fondation Nestlé pour l’art, Ernst Goehner Stiftung, Fondation Casino Barrière de Montreux

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