Performing Arts Programme Commun

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Miet Warlop, a Belgian artist whose creation Dragging the bone combines dance with the visual arts and sculpture. Arsenic 11 & 12 March
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The Brit Phil Hayes brings an odd mixture of the mundane and the absurd with acolytes Maria Jerez and Thomas Kasebacher. Vidy 12 & 13 March.
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El Conde de Torrefiel from Spain propose ‘Possibility dissolves in front of a landscape’, a baroque ballet where bodies join the nudity of nature. Vidy 17 & 19 March
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El Conde de Torrefiel from Spain propose ‘Possibility dissolves in front of a landscape’, a baroque ballet where bodies join the nudity of nature. Vidy 17 & 19 March
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Swiss musician Thom Luz invents new sounds with the Unusual Weather Phenomena Project (Vidy 17 & 20 March)
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Swiss musician Thom Luz invents and delights with the Unusual Weather Phenomena Project (Vidy 17 & 20 March)

Cutting edge performing arts in Lausanne. 10 days to discover new creative horizons.

A great opportunity to get a taste of the international and local performing arts landscape: four venues in Lausanne join forces from 10 to 20 March to bring together the talent and raw energy of artists in theatre, dance and music, from here and abroad.

Under the awkward title ‘Programme Commun’, which is more like a spring festival, four of the more dynamic venues of Lausanne, Théâtre de Vidy, Arsenic, Théâtre Sévelin 36 and the Manufacture (University of performing arts) shake the performing arts landscape. Audiences can get their fill in a single evening or day due to the cascade programming. 

Thomas Ostermeyer, recognized as one of the greatest theatre directors of our times, presents Tchekov's ‘The Seagull’ in French.

See the photo gallery for a selection tailored to a non-French speaking audience.

By: Michele Laird

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