Hunger is still a harsh reality today.
We want to evoke this plague in an unexpected way: through comics.
Alain Auderset, a renowned Neuchâtel cartoonist, will guide us through our story with his new comic strip “Les Vacances de Marcel”.
A group of young people decide to spend the holidays in a different way.
Having fun, of course, but with a common goal: to find money for a young boy they saw on TV who… is starving.
Sketches, sketches, made and designed live by Alain Auderset, will be projected on a large screen to give spectators the common thread of the show.
10 dancers will walk through scenes where they will treat the harsh and sad theme of hunger with despair, rage, emotion… and sometimes with humor.
Since the comic strip “Les Vacances de Marcel”
A TV, A Boy, Hunger, and… Black.
From comics we will move on to reality, with strong and moving images made available by the Compassion Association, which supports our project.
The ballet will end around a fire, and the proposals and words will materialize:
The Igokat Company will sponsor a child.