Prods made in Subs

To go further in its support for creation, Les SUBS gives artists and projects full support: from setting up the production to distribution of the shows, Les SUBS handles all the management, organization, and promotion for the projects it supports.

Creation at Les SUBS in September 2021 as part of Si loin si proche. Les SUBS invites Le CDC – La Termitière (Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso).

Les Demoiselles d’Afrique, are six young dancers and choreographers from Burkina Faso, Mali, Côte d’Ivoire, Togo, Benin and Cameroon—Ange Aoussou-Dettmann, Agathe Djokam Tamo, Germaine Sikota, Aicha Kaboré, Kadidja Tiementa & Carmelita Siwa—brought together on the same stage by Salia Sanou.

Residence, creation, then a tour organized by Les SUBS in October and November 2021: Le LUX – Scène nationale de Valence, Bonlieu – Scène Nationale d’Annecy, La Ferme du Buisson-Scène nationale de Marne-la-Vallée, Le Dôme Théâtre d’Albertville, Le lieu unique – Scène nationale de Nantes, Le Vivat – Scène conventionnée d’Armentières, Le Safran – Scène conventionnée d’Amiens, Scène Nationale d’Orléans.

More information on the project here.

Artist supported by Les SUBS starting in 2020

A young Israeli circus artist who recently moved to Grenoble, Inbal Ben Haim navigates between performing arts and visual arts. Her next creation, PLI (Fall 2021), in association with Domitille Martinet, a set designer and visual artist, and Alexis Mérat, a visual artist and paper specialist, imagines a conversation between the body and paper turned into gym equipment.

Les SUBS is helping Inbal Ben Haim organize her activities, produce her shows, and organize a tour in France and abroad.

More information on the project here.

Artist supported by SUBS since 2021

She is a choreographer, dancer, videographer, teacher and athlete by training. With her new creation Les Délivrés, Hélène Iratchet questions the ambiguity and porosity between spheres and worlds, environments and cultures. By choosing performers from different backgrounds and ages, she offers a shared writing, a tailor-made composition of roles for a ballet that she describes as “Boulevard Dance”, by questioning the hyper-contemporary phenomenon of delivery. : how it affects, transforms, blurs our intentions and our actions.

More information on the project here.

Consult the artistic file of Hélène Iratchet