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 Post subject: Compagnie Philippe Genty
PostPosted: Fri Aug 13, 2004 3:16 am 
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Vanishing Point

By HILARY CRAMPTON
The Age
August 13, 2004

The performers and the technicians/manipulators are excellent. But the material is over-extended, as if the creators feel the need to reinforce their message when it has begun to pall. ... The performance relies rather too much on gentle punctuation, but lacks dynamic variety and energy.
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 Post subject: Re: Compagnie Philippe Genty
PostPosted: Fri Aug 13, 2004 3:51 am 
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Theatre of magic unlocks inner truth

By CATHERINE KEENAN
The Age
August 7, 2004

"They are not linked to the rational part of the psyche, but more to the subconscious part of the psyche of the audience," he says. "It's like we are crumbling the rational, and anything can happen. The sky can fall on you."

Being French, Genty says these kinds of things with the same worldly assurance he might use to discuss cars or house prices...
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 Post subject: "La Fin de Terres"
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Sucked into the subconscious
by CLIFFORD BISHOP for the Sunday Times
published: December 31, 2006

But if the manipulative old fantasist had ever been tempted to make a puppet show, it could well have looked like La Fin des Terres, the latest phantasmagoria from Philippe Genty. A legend of French physical theatre since the 1960s, Genty declares a complete lack of interest in realism and says that, for him, puppets and illusion are “the way to suck an audience into its own subconscious”.
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Dance: Compagnie Philippe Genty, Royal Festival Hall, London
by ZOE ANDERSON for the Independent
published: January 22, 2007

Genty's may go for saccharine mannerisms, but his performers' technique is extraordinary.
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