© Laurent Philippe
Cie Mossoux-Bonté

Les buveuses de café

Two elegant figures with a furious obsession for symmetry take their coffee amid whispers of agreeable truths in a living room of velveteen comfort.  Except… certain anomalies begin to slip into their comportment and the place itself is revealed to be something other than what it first seemed. As cracks appear in their insouciance:  their world divides in two, giving birth to a fashionable Venus who makes their coffee.

Is it their imagination that leads them to the most insidious of confusions?  Are they not themselves simply the dream of a sister who resembles them like some phantasm born of their desire for fusion?

This piece comes in two versions : one with two characters (20 min) and another with three (50 min).

Concept and direction Patrick Bonté
Choreography Nicole Mossoux, Patrick Bonté
Performance Leslie Mannès, Maxence Rey
and Frauke Mariën (long version)
Live music Thomas Turine
Set and costumes Frédérique De Montblanc
Make-up Jean-Pierre Finotto
Hair and wigs Véronique Lacroix, Catherine Somers
Light Patrick Bonté
Light technician and set construction Aurélie Perret

Production Mossoux-Bonté Company, in coproduction with Centre de Développement Chorégraphique du Val-de-Marne, Théâtre Debussy de Maisons-Alfort (France) and Les Brigittines – Centre d'Art contemporain du Mouvement de la Ville de Bruxelles (Belgium). With the support of Federation Wallonie-Bruxelles, dance department and Wallonie-Bruxelles International.