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“No Time’s Land”, the first musical comedy involving 53 teachers and 65 students from the Principality of Monaco and the Nice Academy will be held on Friday, December 8, and Saturday, December 9 at the Grimaldi Forum.
The performances are part of “Choré-voix”, a training exercise in multidisciplinary artistic practice, organised by the Ballets de Monte-Carlo Educational Unit and its partners.
For 16 months, the 118 performers of the troupe have met every week and one weekend a month, at the Atelier des Ballets de Monte-Carlo or within their school, to live, together, a great human and artistic adventure: the creation of a musical.
Participants attended intensive multidisciplinary workshops led by professional artists and teachers including, amongst others, Bruno Roque (Dancer-Choreographer at the Ballets de Monte-Carlo), Sandra Monlouis (Choral conductor at CREA), Dominique Dreyfus, Dance Professor, Head of the Monte-Carlo Ballets Educational Unit and Bruno Habert, Choral conductor Rainier III Academy.
Also joining the troupe, Patrick Goujon, who intervened in schools for the writing of the booklet of the play, as well as Léa Jade Aumonier and Jovita Negro, young scenographers at ESAP-Pavillon Bosio for the creation of the decor.
This educational project is being led jointly by the Ballets de Monte-Carlo, Monaco’s National Education, Youth and Sports Department, the Nice Academy and the Academic Inspection service of the Alpes-Maritimes. It operates in partnership with the Bosio Pavilion, the School of Sculpture of the City of Monaco, the Monaco City Hall, the Rainier III Music Academy, the Monaco Theatre and the city of Beausoleil.
Tickets for both shows (Friday 8 pm and Saturday 4 pm) range from €12 to €25 and are available at the Grimaldi Forum box office.
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