Could you imagine a world without any toxic lights, without electric energy, a world where the human being would only have fire or storm lamps to be enlightened?
In this world, at night, the human being would have to stop everything and wait for day light. In some places, there are moonlights so strong that you may see things far away, see a needle on the floor, a moonlight so strong that it draws shadows in the dark.
During these moonlights, in Africa, we go out to sing, dance and tell stories.
On 3rd Feburary 2018, the choreographer Alphonse Tierou and his dancers, the singer and guitarist from Benin Serge Ananou, and the artist Tita Nzebi from Gabon, will all be on stage at the Café de la Danse for a moonlight show in Paris. “Moonlight” is a tribute to beauty: three artists from Africa will marry tradition and modernity in a show with songs and dances.
Café de la Danse
5 Passage Louis-Philippe
Cost: 20-18 euros
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