Stories bring people together.
Proche comes to tell the story you will share for the first and last time.
It is set to music with a vibraphone.
Your presence influences the story, and brings it to life.
Two close friends push a vibraphone cart. Once they arrive, they improvise a story in the presence of the audience. Little by little, the audience integrates the story and gets caught up in the game of sharing the emotions of the protagonists of the ephemeral tale. Is a simple story that we have in common enough to make us feel closer to each other? And this little piece of invented life, what will it become once told?
After a physically dynamic ambulatory and the search for the group effect (bAlllAd) Proche takes the opposite direction with the search for an imaginary, a place for the individual in the group, and links to gather.
Bertrand Devendeville: Singing, storytelling
Philippe Rak: Vibraphone
Musical tale from 10 years old.
Duration : 30 minutes.
Technically autonomous, use of H.F. headphones, low sound system.
Gauge : 20 listeners, and more by 2021 (50 max.).