© Mikha Wajnrych
 © Julien Lambert
Cie Mossoux-Bonté


Masterful and inspired, this remarkable work will most likely, through the new choreography, reconcile all the hopeless philistines who reproach it for not having something to say often enough.

Stéphane Jousni, La Libre Belgique / December 1985


In this day and age a serious dance on a religious theme is rarely successful. To perform it in a blasphemous spirit or to turn it into parody is a meticulous balancing act. Nicole Mossoux, in her Juste Ciel has done neither, and has struck the perfect note with a dance work that conveys the divided feelings of someone looking back on her memories of a Catholic girlhood.

Luisa Moffett, The Bulletin / December 1985


Exploring the weight of the Catholic religion on our society, this performance lays the foundation for the entire artistic trajectory of Mossoux-Bonté. Taken up again 25 years after its creation, it has lost none of its relevance. Nicole Mossoux has passed her role on to a new performancer in a choreography that is fascinating and resolutely personal.

Jean-Marie Wynants, Le Soir / September 2012