Published on 24 January 2020
24 janv. 2020 — 20H
Théâtre Joliette
One summer evening on the outskirts of a big city, six teenagers in the years 2000 met to drink, dance, chat, and kiss.
They talk to each other and address the world. How does this generation grow up in a highly connected society? How do ceaseless stimulations affect relationships, ways of communicating, touching and loving each other?
At the junction between visual poetry and documentary theatre, the show (re)plunges us in teenage years, this moment in life when events and gestures seemingly insignificant can deeply influence our personality and path.
The Madrid collective La Tristura works with experimental workshops to understand these teenagers, who will in turn be leaders and lovers.