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Undress me

Undress me there are three portraits to choose from PER EVENING.

an offbeat ball, subversive shows, exquisite orgies, zooms on a person! They will offer you a version of themselves that they have explored just to awaken your senses!
You will shudder, cry, laugh with joy! You're going to rain from every orifice!
Who are they ? Ordinary people secretly explore the remastered and extraordinary version of themselves!

Oh my sweet darling

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Angélique has been acting for years. She played the cliché of the man. The man who has big muscles, fixes cars, reads Playbloy. Today, Angélique is a subversive princess. She strips herself of her alienations, her masks, her gender dictates. In a sparkling red dress, she discovers herself hybrid, multiple and reinvents herself. It arouses the naughty, taken aback look of the audience. She celebrates Father's Day and Mother's Day alone, her daughters in photography.

Writing and direction: Frédérique Lecomte

With: Angélique Sautois

Scenography and costumes: Christine Mobers

Dramaturgy: Ewout d’Hoore

Collage: Frédérique Lecomte

the madonna cabaret

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He sings, he dances, he is beautiful, as a man and as a woman. It is an activist cabaret but beyond the cabaret, it explores the question of gender, limits, Drag Queens, LGTB rights, feminism and masculinity.

Colorful, kitsch, sensitive, raw, poetic, wild, moving, Bastien crosses the genre spectrum before you.

Directed and written: Frédérique Lecomte

Game: Bastien Poncelet ​

Costumes: Christine Mobers

​Graphics: Bastien Poncelet​

Video: Noé Reutenauer

Project management: Nina Gourevitch​

Cost of the show: €1500​

Photography: Lissa Djata
Art&Vie Code star 5089 - 17

the head pass

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Sonia Byby is raw gold. Sonia Byby a moving Castafiore. She sings furiously about the irony of her fate. Of Belgian and Congolese blood, she has no papers, no job, no country. She hatches, invents words, sings about her faults and her children whom she cries. Through the magic of a witch, she enjoys reality and administrative idiocy. With her immense and majestic body, she plays with her breasts, her potential, and Western artistic codes. She travels through the bodies of Mama Mia, Wonder Woman or even Fiona, Shrek's wife and we travel with her, overwhelmed by this groovy witch with a big heart.

Writing and direction: Frédérique Lecomte

With: Sonia Byby Sona

Scenography and costumes: Christine Mobers

Dramaturgy: Ewout d’Hoore

Collage: Frédérique Lecomte

Photography: Stephan Vincke and Max Lebras

the one who knows how to do everything

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You don't have a job, you're not really fat, you don't have model height, it's going to be difficult, you don't live in Paris, your parents aren't in the business, you don't 'you're nobody's daughter, you could play the mother, but you're not old enough, you'll never be a young premiere, nor an ingenue, you're too tall...so, I'll be Lara Croft

Writing and direction: Frédérique Lecomte

With: Estelle Petit

Scenography and costumes: Christine Mobers

Photography: Véronique Vercheval

that's life

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She's not black, not lesbian, not transgender...

Not quite disabled, nor really old…

So, what is she going to talk about, you ask me.

From the 50s, from her mother, this heroine of modernity, of sexual liberation, of Spain if she had the time.

She won't do a striptease, no... but a magic act.

With music by Frank Sinatra, Janis Joplin and Shirley Bassey, she will tell you about her banal and unique life at the same time.

Writing and direction: Frédérique Lecomte

With: Christine Mobers

Scenography and costumes: Christine Mobers

Photography: Véronique Vercheval

the suicide bomber

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It's a scene that will tickle your pity, your charity. You will want to console me, take me in your arms, tap me on the shoulder and tell me that it will be okay. You might want to give me some money. You will have plenty of empathy. You will undoubtedly ask yourself questions: can we do this in the theater, how far can we go? Can we laugh at everything? The scene will test you.

I was inspired by a number from “La France a un incoyable talent”, it’s the scene from Chantaaaal. I am going to reproduce the cult scene from the Titanic. Come on... Music!

Writing and direction: Frédérique Lecomte

With: Claire Coché

Scenography and costumes: Christine Mobers

Photography: Véronique Vercheval

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