HARARE – Alliance Française de Harare presents the DeFracto Arts Company from France for a show at Reps Theatre on November 2 at 7pm.
The show is a duet project fostered by Defracto, and written and interpreted by Minh Tam Kaplan and Guillaume Martinet.
Their act is about a relationship of co-dependence and it offers a glimpse of those moments in life shared by two characters and enables the viewer to enter into the intimacy of their relationship.
Premiered on October, 1 and 2, 2011 at La Cascade (Bourg St Andeol — France), Circuits Fermés has since been performed all over the world and it is a selected project of Young Circus Talent Europe 2009-2010.
The DeFracto show is new to Harare. With play as a fundamental input of DeFracto’s creative process, the show will be fun for both children and adults.
It is an amusing exhibition of juggling that is sure to be enjoyable for the whole family.
DeFracto is a performing arts company whose ambition is to develop a language using juggling and the body.
The troup comprises two artists, Minh Tam Kaplan and Guillaume Martinet and currently has two projects: a solo Cinetuque TOC, and a duet, Circuits Fermés.
As an independent, not-for-profit language and cultural organisation since 1951, Alliance Française de Harare has heavily invested in the promotion of the arts in Zimbabwe.
Alliance Francaise is not only a French teaching centre but is also a hub of the arts in Harare.
The professional yet intimate venue of the Old Mutual Theatre has an ongoing line-up of music, theatre, and dance events.