Petite nuit au lit
By Cie Cahin-Caha
as part of Arts in Your Neighbourhood
How to dream in public?
A pile of iron beds tamed by a bunch of idiots. A bedroom full of the rites of sleep, insomnias and intimacies.
We spend, on average, twenty-four years of our lives in bed. Sleep. Or read, surf, eat, watch
screens, cuddle, pray… then, travel in a world of dreams.
A night in the life of a group of errants, out of sync, a little lost, overflowing with obsessions and desires. They speak of slumber, of fragility, of the need to dream in the day and understand the night.
Conception and direction by Daniel Gulko, Stage management by Julien Frenois, Music by Mathieu Tomi, Construction by Silvain Georget – Costumes by Virginie Bréger.
with : Katell Boisneau, Dolorès Calvi, Alexandre Demay, Emilie Marin and Florian Meheux.
Photo credits: Jeremy Paulin.