Marco Goecke's completely unique dance moves appear minimalistic in the overall picture, despite its wealth of countless frenetic, fluttering and fast movements, but at the core it exposes all human feelings. Goecke's choreographic signature forms an emotional synthesis with the visually powerful language of Marguerite Duras ’novel. Although the template does not follow a continuous storyline, its minimalist conciseness always hits the innermost part of human existence. “The idea of making a ballet out of this great work calmed me down and made me happy,” says Goecke, who has read the book again and again since his youth and is a great admirer of Marguerite Duras.
Marco Goecke, artistic director & chief choreographer
Michaela Springer / Marvin Ott, stage & costume designers
Udo Haberland, light designer
Sandra Bourdais, Chiara Pareo, Giada Zanotti, Maurus Gauthier, Özkan Ayik, Robert Robinson, Ana Paula Camargo, ,Alessandra La Bella, Rosario Guerra, Javier Ubell, Nikita Zdravkovic, Giovanni Visone, Tommy Rous, Francisco Baños Diaz, Verónica Segovia Torres, Michelangelo Chelucci, Michèle Stéphanie Seydoux, Laura Nicole Vigano, Marta Cerioli, Lilit Hakobyan, Adam Russell-Jones, Robert Robinson, Nikita Zdravkovic, Verónica Segovia Torres, Jisoo Park, Heidi Lauterbach