Thu 15 March 2018 (20h30)

Unwanted

DOROTHÉE MUNYANEZA

France

Unwanted tells the story of raped women. Rape is still used nowadays as a weapon of mass destruction in the conflict zones. Rapes that bring to this world children traumatised by their filial history and ostracised by a taboo around their birth. To be able to write these stories Dorothée Munyaneza went to meet these rejected mothers, these wounded women and always asked them the same question: "Did you manage to accept yourself?"

DOROTHÉE MUNYANEZA (France)
Dorothee Munyaneza initially gained worldwide exposure following her film music debut on the soundtrack of the Oscar-nominated 2004 feature film "Hotel Rwanda". Her subsequent collaboration with Afro Celt Sound System as a guest singer on their 2005 Real World Records release, "Volume 5 - Anatomic" was greeted with critical acclaim, her impassioned singing making her instantly popular among the devotees of the band worldwide. This solo project, developed over several years with Grammy-nominated Afro Celt Sound System member and producer Martin Russell, marks her full emergence into the world music arena.
Dorothee, who was 12 at the time of the Rwandan genocide in 1994, is now married and lives in Marseilles with her husband and two children. She has recently starred in a touring production of director Francois Verret’s Kafka-esque performance-drama "Ice", and has become a core part of the "La Compagnie FV". Prior to this she has performed extensively throughout Europe with The Jonas Foundation as a singer, dancer, percussionist and actress, has sung and acted in Francois Verret’s previous production, "Sans Retour", has taken part in fundraising events for "Terre des Hommes", performed as a soloist at a concert for "Chain of Hope" at the Royal Overseas League, at the 2006 Geneva Movement for Peace convention, and at the 2006 Inauguration of the Commission for Human Rights at the Geneva UN Palace.
Dorothee’s passion is social integration through music and the arts - her goal is eventually to be able to start a school for art, dance and music in Rwanda, helping children and young people to grow up with an enduring love of music and each other.

infos pratiques

Grand Théâtre, Le Quartz

1h15
Tariffs 12€ or PASS

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distribution

Conception et chorégraphie Dorothée Munyaneza
Avec Dorothée Munyaneza, Holland Andrews, Alain Mahé
Artiste plasticien Bruce Clarke
Musique Dorothée Munyaneza, Holland Andrews, Alain Mahé
Regard extérieur Faustin Linyekula
Scénographie Vincent Gadras
Création lumière Christian Dubet
Costumes Stéphanie Coudert
Slam Ntare
Régie lumière Marine Le Vey
Régie son Camille Frachet
Régie générale Marion Piry
Direction de production, diffusion Emmanuel Magis assisté de Clémence Pierre et Judith Sevilla, Anahi
Relations presse Dorothée Duplan assistée de Flore Guiraud et Louise Dubreuil, Agence Plan Bey
Construction du décor Ateliers de la MCB Maison de la Culture de Bourges Scène nationale

Production Compagnie Kadidi, Anahi
Coproduction Festival d’Avignon, Maison de la culture de Bourges Scène nationale, Théâtre de Nîmes Scène conventionnée pour la danse contemporaine, Le Liberté Scène nationale de Toulon, Pôle Arts de la scène Friche la Belle de Mai, La Chartreuse de Villeneuve-lez-Avignon, Escales danse en Val d’Oise, Musée de la danse (Rennes), Théâtre de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Scène nationale, Pôle Sud Centre de développement chorégraphique de Strasbourg, Festival d’Automne à Paris, BIT Teatergarasjen-Bergen, Théâtre Forum Meyrin (Genève), Théâtre Garonne Scène européenne (Toulouse), L’Échangeur Centre de développement chorégraphique Hauts de France, Tanz im August/HAU Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin), Théâtre du fil de l’eau (Pantin), Le Bois de l’Aune (Aix-en-Provence)

Avec le soutien de la Drac Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Région Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Arcadi Île-de-France, Fonds de dotation du Quartz à Brest, Creative Exchange Lab - Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, The Africa Contemporary Arts Consortium (États-Unis), Baryshnikov Arts Center (New York), Comité international de La Croix-Rouge, Institut français, SACD musique de scène et Fonds SACD théâtre, de l’ADAMI et de la SPEDIDAM.
La SPEDIDAM est une société de perception et de distribution qui gère les droits des artistes interprètes en matière d’enregistrement, de diffusion et de réalisation des prestations enregistrées.
Avec l’aide de Montevideo Marseille
Remerciements à Godeliève Mukasarasi et aux femmes et jeunes de l’Association SEVOTA (Rwanda), et à Pauline Georget, Emmaüs Alternatives