Bleu_Bleu, written and composed by Stéphane Arcas, contemplates about the "sacrified generation", his generation, the generation of the period inbetween that was called the nineties. "It was like the waiting room to a new millennium of which no one hoped or expected anything. The coppery youth that was born the moment they legalized abortion in France, the one that was built on a wall that was toppled over… by laughter.” Arcas’ career led him from Toulouse to Marseille, to Brussels (where he’s now living and working), and from being a designer and videographer, to being a writer and director of theatre pieces.
Written and directed into a lecture by Stéphane Arcas.
With Renaud Cagna, Cécile Chèvre, Wouter Devriese, Aurélie Eltvetd, Bernard Eylenbosch, Vered Noach and live music: Arnaud Michniak (ex Diabologum-Programme)
Concetto spaziale: Raphaël Rubbens
Thanks to: Lucie Périneau, Thomas Bernardet, Hélène Tilly, Fabrice Vidal, Manuel Pomar, Nicolas Gout, Pascal Marzo and Michel Cloup.
" I wanted to describe the « sacrified generation » feeling of the 90's, that temporal no-man's-land. It was like the waiting room to a new millennium of which no one hoped or expected anything."