Dublin Theatre Festival

Anomalie / Josef Nadj

The Cry of the Chameleon

Directed and choreographed by Josef Nadj

Venue National Basketball Arena

Designed by Goury
Music by S.K. Tickmayer
Lighting by R. Nicolas

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Acrobats catapult dozens of feet overhead and juggle upside down with the precision and grace of dancers in Chameleon, the sensation of the 1996 Avignon Festival, which has since played to great acclaim throughout the world. Chameleon is a breathtaking and beautiful fusion of circus and contemporary dance that is sure to be an audience favourite this year!

This production gives the festival the chance to return to the magnificent National Basketball Arena where we presented Les Danaides in 1996.

Anomalie and the National Centre of Circus Arts
Anomalie was formed in 1993 by ten graduates of the National Centre of Circus Arts. An establishment of the French Ministry of Culture and headed by Bernard Turin, the Centre sees itself as a beacon for international training. Its mission is to participate in the evolution of the contemporary circus by training multi-talented artists and offering professional training to artists and instructors. The graduates founded Anomalie out of their four years of collective and individual work. In 1995, they premiered their collaboration with Josef Nadj - Le Cri du Chaméléon.

"Breathtaking, nostalgic and beautiful." Le Provencal

"A standing ovation and a frenzy of enthusiasm greet Chameleon after every performance". Le Soir

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