BEYOND THE STAGE WITH L’IMMEDIAT

l'immediat

In sixty minutes of beautifully orchestrated circus-theatre chaos, seven young acrobat-adventurers defy a tsunami of unstable forces with optimism, dark humor and breathtaking physical skills. L’Immédiat is a tumultuous visual commentary on the uncertainty and mayhem of modern times. Created by the award-winning Camille Boitel, a founding figure from James Thierrée’s Junebug Symphony Company, L’Immédiat was awarded the Prix Mimos in 2010.

WATCH
L’immediat’s trailer
L’immediat’s Stage Set Up

READ
Interview: Interview with Performance Artist Camille Boitel (French Embassy)
Article: Above and Beyond – L’immediat (The New Yorker)
Article: Camille Boitel’s Circus Spectacle L’IMMEDIAT Comes to Skirball Center Next Week (Broadway World)
Review: L’immediat – Entropy, Collapse, Chaos (Woman Around Town)
Review: Camille Boitel’s “L’immediat” (StageBuddy)
Review: Camille Boitel – L’immediat – New York (DanceTabs)

EXPERIENCE
Post-Show Discussion and Q&A, March 10
Join us directly after performance for a post-show discussion and Q&A with the cast of L’immediat, moderated by Nancy Smithner, Clinical Associate Professor of Educational Theatre, NYU Steinhardt.

Panel on Physical Theatre in the Arts, March 11, 11am-12:30pm
Location: Center for Ballet and the Arts – 16 Cooper Square, NYC
Join us for a discussion about the utilization of physical theatre in various art forms, including circus, acrobatics, puppet making, performance studies, and more. Panelists include: Matt Acheson (AchesonWalsh Studios), Camille Boitel (creator of L’immediat), and Gypsy Snider (The Seven Fingers).

Post-Show Discussion and Q&A, March 11
Join us directly after performance for a post-show discussion and Q&A with the cast of L’immediat, moderated by Nancy Smithner, Clinical Associate Professor of Educational Theatre, NYU Steinhardt.

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