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Wednesday 28 June at 8pm - 21h30


PERFORMANCE DANCES-IN-TRANS and PROJECTIONS "Trans dancers!" | "the hymn to the other".

Sensitive to the question of gender identity and diversity, the choreographers of the Essevesse Company Antonino Ceresia and Fabio Dolce propose a space for trans and non-binary people where a danced word is possible.

A word with oneself, with the other and with the public. Following weekly workshops, performances are conceived in order to develop and carry the word of the amateur participants to the spectators, and they are recreated at each presentation.

Music by musician and composer Romain Aweduti.
Performers : Mo / Astrid / Rousslan / Gloria / Marley.


'Trans Dansent!A 16-minute documentary on the project's initial stages, directed by Mylène Chrisso, will be screened before the performance.

"...when dance meets the OTHER..."

Participants: Emma, Lee, Coline, Camille, Oscar, Sasha


"The hymn to the other, a 10' dance documentary by Antoine Capliez / Produced by les films d'une nuit d'été / Les Ateliers de l'image et du son, will be screened after the performance.

In collaboration with Compagnie Essevesse. Antonino and Fabio have known each other for 24 years. Their destinies have constantly brought them together, and their friendship is expressed through dance. Together, they run the Danses-en-Trans project. Soul mates, free bodies, movement: when dancing becomes an act of love, an act of healing.

The participants : Jeanis / Rousslan / Astrid / Liam.


At Théâtre de l'Œuvre as part of Fiertés Ardentes and Pride Marseille, with Cie Essevesse in collaboration with Transat. It is supported by the FIER Foundation under the aegis of FACE and the city hall of the 4/5th district of Marseille.

Price: 5 € for the first time
Ticketing on the site of the theatre-oeuvre.com



Wednesday 28 June
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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Essevesse Company
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Theater of the Work
1 rue mission de France
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