Déesses & Démones


Dates tournées

23 juin 2018
Teatro de verdura Generalife
Granada / Espagne
25 novembre 2017
Sainte Maxime / France
23 août 2017
Festival de Hammamet
Tunis / Tunisie
03 juin 2017
(3 et 4 juin )
Teatros del Canal
Madrid / Espagne
22 avril 2017
Centre Cultural
Terrassa / Espagne
21 avril 2017
(entradas en santcugat.koobin.com/blancali)
San Cugat / Espagne
30 mars 2017
(3 performances on March 30, 31st and April 1st)
New York City Center
New York City / USA
28 février 2017
(2 représentations les 28 fév et 1er mars)
Antibes (06) / France
14 octobre 2016
(3 représentations du 14 au 16 octobre)
Les Gémeaux
Sceaux (92) / France
07 octobre 2016
Théâtre Michel Simon
Noisy le Grand (93) / France

Creation at Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris
artistic direction and choreography Blanca Li

Dancers Blanca Li and Maria Alexandrova, principal dancer from Bolshoi Ballet

Goddesses & Demonesses is set in a mythological world inhabited by two radically different, but equally renowned, female dancers, Blanca Li and Maria Alexandrova.
Like the great Greek gods of Antiquity, these two internationally celebrated dance goddesses perform with superhuman strength, continually transforming themselves into their opposites until good and evil, kindness and cruelty are as difficult to separate as Siamese twins. Evoking the same paradoxes existing in life on earth, the goddesses of dance battle each other with fierce fury, empower each other with their joy and love, trick each other with great glee, eye each other with equal doses of trust and suspicion while creating chaos and harmony as they winkingly toy with human destiny.
To experience one of the world’s most versatile choreographers and spellbinding modern dancers, Blanca Li, perform with the Bolshoi Ballet’s most adventurous étoile is to enter a world of the unexpected in which two independent forces of nature unite in an always surprising, but singular vision.

Music Tao Gutierrez
Scenography Pierre Attrait
Video Charles Carcopino
Light design Caty Olive
Costumes Azzedine Alaïa, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Stella McCartney and Sophie Théallet
Hairdos and wigs John Nollet
Accessories Erik Halley
coproduction Blanca Li and Theatre des Champs-Elysées
video at Bolshoi by Charles Thompson
photo by Nico Bustos @Artlist
dresses by Sophie Théallet

“For much of the piece, Li and Alexandrova share the stage, one in white and the other in black, mirroring each other’s movements. They appear as shadow silhouettes, striking Egyptian-inspired poses; behind masks, leaning sensually on chairs; in Isadora Duncan-like flowing dresses. They share a beguiling androgynous quality. Alexandrova is a force of nature even by Moscow’s standards of bravura, a ballerina who takes charge on stage. It shows in a long solo where her rippling swan arms give way to imperious marching on pointe. Li, meanwhile, is angular and commanding in an oversized red skirt that is at once toga, flamenco prop and a throwback to Loie Fuller’s serpentine dance.” Laura Capell, Financial Time

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