la zampa

magali milian romuald luydlin


Dream On Track 3 (2007)

« The human eyes do not support either the sun, or the coitus, or the corpse, or the darkness… »
Bataille – L’Anus Solaire


Choreography Magali Milian and Romuald Luydlin
With Oriane Boyer, Benjamin Dukhan, Sylvain Huc, R. Luydlin, Corine Milian, M.Milian, Hélène Rocheteau
Assistant & video Loran Chourrau
Music Patrick Codenys
Light creation Pascale Bongiovanni
Direction and sound control Valérie Leroux
Scenography Pascale Bongiovanni, Romuald Luydlin, Magali Milian
Costumes Matthieu Leguet



Co-production CDC Toulouse/Midi-Pyrénées, L’Estive-Scène Nationale de Foix, Théâtre d’Angoulême-Scène Nationale Workshop DSN-Dieppe Scène Nationale
With the support for studio’s loan Le Théâtre du Centaure/Marseille, Studio Cie Kelemenis / Marseille
Thanks to l’Usine -Tournefeuille
With the support of l’association «Beaumarchais»

 La Zampa receives the support Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication / Direction Régionale des Affaires Culturelles Midi-Pyrénées, Région Midi-Pyrénées, Conseil Général de l’Ariège and Ville de Pamiers



LIBERATION (janvier 07)

The CDC festival revisits the fundamental of the choreographic creation. Toulouse is determinedly contemporary.


Thus, the company Zampa, producing itself in Paris at the Wallonia-Brussels center, within the framework of another festival, Faits of winter-dances of authors, did not succumb to the ‘all-conceptual’ dominating the scene. Dream one Track 3 brings together six dancers and a singer in an icy universe of manga. The white light from of Loran Chourrau’s movies is part of the dance which integrates and swallows it. If one does not seize all in this part, with his landscapes of war, of night and fog and his characters who shiver while snuggling to each other, one is at least intrigued. We can however trust this wandering group, installed in Ariège, its choreographers, Magali Milian and Romuald Luydlin. The two solos and the duet with two voices render this Track 3 vibrating, giving hope once more where there is seemingly nothing left but loss and renouncement. (…)

Marie-Christine VERNAY