Hidden Marseille – a sonic ghost soap opera, with trams, jellyfish, bunkers, bikes.
The everyday sounds of Marseille is turned into a dramatic story of romantic intrigues and surprising family revelations. Who is responsible for the river of soap pouring out of Notre Dame church?
A rich musical universe within the sounds is exposed through playful, illusional fantasies and imaginative clashes of high digital technology, bodily movement and everyday physical items.
Created and performed by Montaine Chevalier and Gisle Martens Meyer, as part of the TryAngle final showing, the weekend of 21-22 November at Theatre Des Bernardines. TryAngle is a performing arts collaboration project, gathering European artists from different fields to experiment and produce new works.