Marco Chenevier


May 24, 2019 22:00

Teatro Cantiere Florida di Firenze | IT

reduced 10€ *
students 8€ **
ticket for both performances on May 24
Fandard + Chenevier 12€

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DANZA FLORIDA Card (5 performances at Teatro Cantiere Florida from May 21 to 24) – 30€
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“What if the show itself, as a production system, is cut?
Cut the performers, cut the technique, cut every frill.”
The number “5”, in esotericism, symbolizes universal life, human individuality, will, intelligence, inspiration and genius. It also symbolizes the vertical evolution, the progressive ascending movement. According to esotericism, the number “5” represents man as the median point between earth and sky, and indicates that the ascension towards a superior condition is possible.
It contains the synthesis of the five senses, the number of fingers of a hand, it is the basis of decimal mathematics, it is the pentacle number, and the number of the five-pointed star. It is the number of human kind, a number to which men have attributed transcendental meanings since the beginning of time.
But today there’s the crisis…


“[…] Marco Chenevier‘s explosive energy throughout Quintetto was a sight to behold. […] Chenevier demonstrated his razor-sharp wit with uproarious, improvised one-liners in response to every mistake. Though I had never seen or heard of Rita Levi Montalcini before this evening, Chenevier’s representation of her was wondrous; donning a green blazer, brown stockings and a hair full of baby powder, his hunched body and pursed lip certainly seemed to embody at least a fully-formed, hyper-realised version of the beloved scientist. But when the comedic side of his performance subsided, we were at last able to see a gorgeous display of dance, performed with majesty and purpose. Chenevier’s talent for comedy and choreography were undeniable, and was a glorious end to an evening full of exceptional artistry.”
Amy Young, Theatre Bubble


Marco Chenevier is a choreographer, dancer, director and actor. He obtained the three-year diploma at the International Academy of Theatre, School of Acting in Rome “Circo a Vapore” (mold J. Lecoq), he attended a three-year training course in dance at “Filomarino” school in Rome with Annapaola Bacalov. He has been assistant of Isaac Alvarez for seven years at the Théâtre du Moulinage in Lussas (France). He dances for various companies in Italy and France (Romeo Castellucci and Cindy Van Acker, Cie CFB451 (CCN of Roubaix – Carolyn Carlson), Cie Lolita Espin Anadon, Les Eclats, …). His choreographic research crosses genres, exploring the boundaries between the languages of dance and theatre.


direction, choreography and dance: Marco Chenevier
production ALDES, TIDA (2013, with the support of Mibact and Regione Autonoma Valle d’Aosta)
with the support of MIBAC / Direzione Generale Spettacolo dal vivo, Regione Toscana / Sistema Regionale dello Spettacolo


[photo: Alex Brenner]










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