As part of Never Complain, Never Explain
How do we define ourselves to others? Does our existence have meaning if others aren’t aware of it? A man struggles to make himself heard. All he wants is to exist. Prevented by unforeseen events, he tries to tame the feedback from his microphone to assert himself, to speak in public. Through ingenious technical processes, the character plays with sound when sound is not playing with him. By blending sound composition and burlesque performance, Bru(i)t trumpets the urgency of making oneself heard in a society where the cult of individual success is deafening.
More informations lesparticules.org.
Design: Conception: Raphaël Gouisset, Benjamin Villemagne
Interpretation: Raphaël Gouisset, Benjamin Villemagne and a mystery guest
Outside looks: Valérie Cordy and Nicolas Ramond
Lighting design, general management: Benoit Bregeault
Tour Manager: Arianna Thöni
Production and diffusion: Nicolas Ligeon
Broadcasting: Émilie Briglia
Production aid: DRAC Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Departmental Council of the Loire, City of Saint-Etienne
Co-productions: Les Subsistances (Lyon) / Dijon Burgundy Theater, Dijon CDN / La Manufacture Theater, Nancy Lorraine CDN / Albert Camus Space (Le Chambon-Feugerolles)
Support: Collectif Les Particules, Lab NRV (Lyon), Public Wash (Lyon), CCO (Villeurbanne)