Choreography: Thibaut Eiferman in collaboration with the artists
Dramaturgy: Agathe Vidal
Cast : Bastien Charmette, Chiara Corbetta, Thibaut Eiferman
Sound design / Composition: Variéras
Lighting design: Laurent Patissier
Costume design: Marylin Perrod
Coproduction: Danse Élargie 2020, Drôles de Dames (DdD), Groupe Geste(s) 2021, Compagnie Entity
Production delegation & diffusion: DdD – www.dddames.eu
Support: Collective management organization for the rights of performers Adami
Duration: 50 min. | N-10
H H H. Hand, heart, and head. A work about the unspeakable transmissions that run through their permanent activity. A reflexive game where real and artificial bodies, dislocation and integrity, sensuality and mechanics, dance and visual arts engage. On stage, a mannequin, the symbol of the "norm", and three dancers question social pressures. Like the three pillars of a collective body, they search for humanity, harmony and essence. To which rules will they conform or deform their physical beings? An imaginary journey that confuses the limits between object and person.
THIBAUT EIFERMAN was born in Paris and grew up in New York.
He received classical training at the school of the American Ballet Theater before joining Ballet BC in Vancouver for two years. He discovered Gaga, the movement research created by Ohad Naharin, with Danielle Agami in Los Angeles, where he danced with Ate9 Dance Company for three years.
He danced in Tel Aviv with the Batsheva Dance Company Ensemble for the 2017-2018 season, where he began the first drafts of the project "H H H". This short format for 2 performers won the Critics' Choice Award at the International Choreography Competition in Hannover as well as the First Prize at the Machol Shalem International Choreography Competition in Jerusalem. Thibaut is currently a performer with the Christian & François Ben Aïm Company as well as Oona Doherty in the project Navy Blue (2022). He is a certified teacher of Gaga. He has taught most notably at the Opéra de Paris and the Centre National de la Danse (CND).
Thibaut Eiferman's Dance Company Entity features Chiara Corbetta, a former dancer of Aura Dance Theatre, who danced in Kaunas Theatre for two seasons.