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Madame Gascar

Young audience show

From 5 years old - 50 min

Guétali Tour 2022/2023 "Kalou Kalou" by Kaloune and Sandrine Ebrard:



. Tuesday 06 December -School of the pond St leu– 4:30 p.m.

. Thursday 08 December -Eugene Dayot School, The Galets River, The Port

. Friday 09 December -Anne Moss School, La Saline les Bains - 9:30 a.m.

. Thursday, December 15 -Edith Piaf School, St Pierre - 9am



. Wednesday, January 11 -Mediatheque Antoine Louis Roussin, St Benoit - 3pm

. Thursday, January 19 -Library Alain Lorraine, St. Denis - 5:30 p.m.

. Saturday January 21 -Condé Concession media library, St Pierre - 2 p.m.



. Saturday February 25 -Room The Fangourin, Small island



. Tuesday, March 14 -Stella Matutina Museum, St Leu - 10am

. Wednesday, March 15 -Wild South Media Library, St. Joseph - 2:30 p.m.

. Tuesday, March 28 -The Kerveguen, St Pierre

. Thursday, March 30 -The City of the Volcano- 10:30 a.m.

. Friday March 31 -Gramoun Lele room, St Benoit - 2pm



. Tuesday 04 April -Chaloupe Center School, La Chaloupe St Leu

. Friday 07 April -Henri Madore Room, St. Philip

Madame Gascar is the soul of the island of Madagascar, the mother of all Malagasy people. The disagreements of her children, like the divisions experienced by the six Malagasy provinces, make her suffer. His children must find what unites them, their roots! Supporting mutual aid, respect and sharing, Malagasy culture can help them find the path to fraternity. The comfort will then come from dance and music...

The original compositions, inspired by traditional Malagasy polyphonic songs, are interpreted a capella by Mamiso, Mevah and Njiva, accompanied by percussion and chanted by the spokesperson, as in the festivals of bush villages.
A show that heals and wards off evil spirits.

Mamiso : storytelling, singing, kabôsy (Malagasy mandolin), sodina (Malagasy flute), percussion, dance

Soa : story, song, percussion, dance

Njiva : story, song, ravanne (Mauritian drum), percussion, dance

Director: Olivier Prou

Light Design: Anthony Desvergnes;

Production: JM France

Texts and Music:  Mamiso, Mevah, Njiva


Partner :  The Salle Georges Brassens – les Avirons (Reunion Island)
Support: Reunion DAC, Reunion Region, SACEM

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