TO THE POINT

Ève Magot, 2021

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If gravity is a universal law, masculinity is a social construction and as such, it can be questioned.
In his book Refusing to be a Man: Putting an End to Masculinity, John Stoltenberg starts from the premise that masculine identity as a social relationship must be transformed to achieve true equality.

Can we refuse to be a man and invent hybrid identities?

The starting point is a reflection around the concept of masculinity and the concrete exploration of what people assigned male at birth do to get out of the field of a masculinity of domination that implies a contemporary patriarchal society generating injustices.

Erotic and sexual dances are very largely interpreted by women who put themselves under the gaze by respecting a rather precise codification.
What happens when a person assigned male at birth chooses to integrate these codes and to offer herself in turn, to seduce, to tease, to put herself in a position of fragility and under the gaze that scrutinizes? And this not in the classic register of Chippendales which remains virilist.

Who do we become when we sexualize ourselves?

Why are men afraid of not being perceived as men anymore?

A game with other possibilities in tenderness, a construction of another future more just, that pleases me and carries a necessary political dimension of transformation.

CREDITS
Conception & ChoreographieÈve Magot
PerformanceÈve Magot, Soa de Muse, Calixto Neto
DramaturgyCéline Cartillier
Choreographic assistantAniol Busquets
ScenographyBeatriz Kaysel
Light designAnthony Merlaud
MusicRico Biro
CostumeRicardo Bussières
Management and sound dramaturgyNicolas Martz
Production & TourLéa Turner
Administration & productionBarbara Coffy-Yarsel , Alice Marrey

DATES
24.09.2021Festival C’est Comme Ça, L’échangeur CDCN, Chateau-Thierry, Fr
20.11.2021Festival Born to be alive, Manège de Reims, Fr
8&9.10.2021Festival avis de Turbulences, Carreau du temple, Paris, Fr
25.05.2021Festival June events Atelier de Paris CDCN, Fr
26.03.2021Le dancing CDCN Dijon, Fr
22.03.20211ère Le Gymnase CDCN Roubaix, Fr
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