La plume de Satan

Show performed 10 times from the 10 to the 14 June 1997, in a silo of the old LU biscuit factory in Nantes (44) within the framework of the Festival, TRAFICS organised by the CRDC of Nantes, revived for 5 performances in a railway station at Morteau (25) from the 30 June to the 4 July 1997, for the cultural event, "Egarez-vous", set up by the Regional Council of the Franche-Comté with the State Railway.

Played and spoken by : Louise De La Celle, Stéphane Drouard, Jean-Claude Grenier, and Pierre-Stéfan Montagnier

Director : Bernard Kudlak, artistic director of the Cirque Plume
Music composed by : Robert Miny, composer of the Cirque Plume

Satan falls, while all about him suns go out Satan falls, and falls...

Look at that man dancing on the tight-rope. Is he freer than you or a prisoner of his equilibrium?
And that other guy, who wouldn’t chase after you, would you follow him where his head is taking him?
Shut up in a strange hangar, are we prepared to be told the story of the archangel ... born of a plume of the angel... ?
Funny place for a theatre. More of a Piranesian prison. Haggard looks, flitting faces, fleeting people ...
The end of the journey for what stories ...
Perhaps it is only a rectangular parallelepiped, within whose bowels words, a tight-rope, a voice remind us of possible areas of freedom.
The universe is expanding. See!

But be careful of the sun’s glare when you leave! If you leave!

Press review

Sur les rails de la liberté | L'Est Républicain (presse_La plume de Satan) Photo Gérald DUCOMMUN
Un ange passe | Presse-Ocean (presse_La plume de Satan) S.A. MONTASSIER
Risque de bouchon aux Trafics | Libération (presse_La plume de Satan) René SOLIS
Victor sur le fil | Ouest France (presse_La plume de Satan) Thierry GUIDET