Centre Culture Régional
Dudelange opderschmelz

1a rue du centenaire
L-3475 Dudelange


opderschmelz - Grand Auditoire

Ouverture des portes à 19h00

KULTURPASS: Entrée gratuite / Freier eintritt / Free Entry


Prévente / Vorverkauf



Prévente / Vorverkauf



Caisse du soir /

15 €


Prévente / Vorverkauf



Caisse du soir /

25 €

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  • Performing artists and collaborators:

    Conception, choreography & performance: Tania Soubry

    Dance, performance & co-creation: Laura Doehler, Pepa Ubera & Henrique Furtado

    Dramaturgy & co-creation: Alexandra Baybutt

    Production Management: Kathy Alcalde

    Music: Dan Nicholls & Tania Soubry

    Sound assistant: Michael Picknett

    Costume & scenography: Florent Venet & Tania Soubry 

    Lighting Design: Marc Thein

    Consultation: Eva Martinez

    With DJ Whimsy or what will the climate be like? three performers and one DJ take the audience on an hour-long trip addressing our relationship with the climate and the urgency of its degradation.

    The choreographic project questions how the human species got here, how we are affected by the climate change, to different degrees, and how we variously relate to it. With dream-like repetition, sampling rave tracks as well as lyrics from popular music ranging from Jacques Brel to Alicia Keys, we are reminded that many generations have and will continue to wrestle with environmental breakdown and its intertwined power relations. Each person confronts complex feelings of hope, rage and/or denial as climate change affects us all on a planetary and cellular level.
    This interdisciplinary performance is a space for feeling, for being with the absurdity, in the artifice and the silliness, as well as for imagining alternative futures. In the rave, there is a sweet moment of collectivity and a chance to connect with others through their unique differences. From this cosmic trance, individual voices bring us back to the human drama of greed, needs and survival. 
    With DJ Whimsy, you are invited to witness the tensions and struggles of the systems we are part of and the climates within us.