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 Post subject: Seo Company (Misook Seo) guest of Biarritz dance Festival
PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2011 12:01 pm 
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Responding to invitation of Biarritz Festival "Le Temps d'Aimer" and of his director Thierry Malandain,
Korean Misook Seo company is pleased to announce a Premiere in France


"À TABLE!" (Dinner time!)
Choreography: Misook Seo

Festival Le Temps d'Aimer 2011, BIARRITZ
16 SEPTEMBRE 9PM , THEATRE DU CASINO


"À TABLE!" (Dinner time!)
Desire is made of taboo breaking and restraint.
At the beginning of the endless chain of men's desires, the desire for food is the most fundamental. You can even find here the basis of all social relations. The men are sitting at the table, they are hungry and suddenly drunk to devour, to swallow, swallow constantly, without ending, hunger for power, sexual dominance, always more.
Once at the table, under their apparent elegance, they reveal a part of themselves, their unconscious desires in their purest and elementary forms. Nothing seems to moderate them, neither the highest considerations, nor religion ...
All desires have a common essence.
The appetite for power pushes man to use his surroundings and to eventually devour everything around him, to destroy himself and to stay finally alone. Loneliness and desire echo one another.


Misook Seo
Korean choreographer,a former dancer of the National Ballet of Korea, formed at Benesh notation at Conservatoire National Superieur Musique et danse de Paris, she enjoys working with dancers with classical bases, often melting in her choreographies Contemporary with classical forms. She examines the awakening of the unconscious and emotion. She has in her repertoire a dozen creations including "Fluide" and "Chaos in the Silence" perfomed ​​in France already very successfully and recently was invited by olivier Meyer to create "Contrastes" for the festival "Suresnes Cités Danse" in 2011.

Costumes: Jerome Kaplan
Born and living in Paris, Jerome Kaplan created the sets and costumes for nearly a hundred ballets, for the largest companies in the world. "Romeo and Juliet" by Jean-Christophe Maillot (Les Ballets de Monte Carlo), "Rock my tutu" by Robyn Orlin (Ballet National de Lorraine), "Wives and Concubines" by Zhang Yimou (National Ballet of China in Beijing) "The Prince of the Pagodas "(Opera de Strasbourg) and" In the Mood for Love "(Shanghai Ballet) by Bertrand d'At.
Recently, he made a new "Sleeping Beauty" with Christopher Wheeldon (Royal Ballet of Copenhagen) and "Lost Illusions" with Alexei Ratmansky (Bolshoi Ballet Theatre in Moscow).



Lighting: Felice Ross
Born in the USA, she lives in Israël, she designed lights for numerous plays, operas and dance performances. Among his creations: The Dybbuk, Angels in America
(A) at pollonia Polania, or The Case of Street Theatre Poreia Lourcine in Athens, A Streetcar Named Desire at Theatre de l'Odeon in Paris. For The Israeli Opera, National Opera Warsaw, National Opera in Washington DC, The Grand Opera Poznan, Warsaw Roma Musical Theatre, the musical, Roman Polanski's The Fearless Vampire Killers, The Mint Brussels, Bayerische Staatsoper Munich, Real Madrid Theatre, the Paris National Opera: Iphigenie en Tauride, L'Affaire Makropoulos, Parsifal, King Roger. She works with the director Kristof Warlikowski.


urlTo discover À TABLE! video Trailer click here



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