MANDIS - 2018
"Mandis" is an open path to the Other, a crying refusal to return to a suffocating and overwhelming lifestyle.
A permanent desire for connection.
7 dancers from France and Greece are in perpetual search for the rhythm that suits everyone, one that allows everyone to find their place in the world, move forward together, get closer to the Other, never forget that Man is the answer.
THE PIHPOH PLAYER - 2017
The PIHPOH Player is a hip hop piece inspired by the tale "the flute player of Hamelin" written by the Grimm brothers. For his first creation as a choreographer, Raymond Siopathis, is mainly interested in the invaders of the village of Hamelin: the rats.
3000 AND SOME... - 2018
The choreographic piece "3000 and Some...."is about the emotions and experiences of refugees Sophique « 3000 and Some... » parle des émotions et du vécu des réfugiés rencontrés en Grèce : de leur départ forcé à leur
attente d’un pays d’accueil, bloqués par la
fermeture des frontières et la froideur du processus de relocalisation. C’est aussi la volonté de ne pas oublier les 3140 disparus en 2017, et ceux qui risquent leur vie encore chaque jour vers la quête d’un monde meilleur.
EN TOUTES CONFIANCES - 2017 - 2017
This piece addresses the theme of trust in oneself, and in others, in the future. This generous team has toured many festivals, Germany in particular, and receives reactions full of emotion and enthusiasm.
QAFAZ - 2017
We want to express our commitment and ask questions so as not to let our lack of power be mistaken for acceptance.
For all these men, women and children who live in exile, who are fleeing their country, their roots, their origins to survive, who are dying en route, who are taking risks, who are welcomed or repulsed, who hope for a better place elsewhere, for all those we want to reach out and help to the extent of our abilities.
DROPS OF BREATH - 2015
In 2015, DK-BEL Co. co-produced the first, and World's only, underwater choreographic performance: Drops of Breath.
In an underwater marine theatre, there were fifteen dancers, of which three had disabilities, and three were children, coming from Cyprus, France and Greece. This team made the impossible possible by spreading the message of equality and cooperation on the surface of the Earth.
PAME PAIDIA - 2013
‘Pame Paidia’, which means "Let's go guys" in Greek, starts from a reflection on the relationship to each other and the way we look at each other.
The freshness of the dancers, the notion of listening within the group, its ability to move from one energy to another make this piece a pure moment of shared pleasure, generating momentum and quest towards osmosis.
LE DEBIT - 2013
Choreographed in 2013 by one of the dancers of the DK-BEL Company, Débi Kouete, "Le Debit" starts with the theme of ‘free electrons’ and especially the relationships that an individual and a group can maintain.
ANAMESA MAS - 2012
It is a link between three identities: that of Greece in 2012, that of youth living in Villiers-le-Bel, and that of young people with cerebral palsy.
We seek to highlight the humanity that we share and carry, with a desire to give momentum, enthusiasm and hope, indispensable for these universes that revolve in a world of difficulties.
It is also about "Making the invisible visible", to give the image that these 3 entities (Greece today, the so-called "suburban" youth and young people with disa
DEBOUT ! - 2012
A creation of the ACTA company with the inhabitants of Villiers-le-Bel.
Theater, dance, and photography are the three artistic languages chosen to highlight the sensitive and human face of the city of Villiers-le-Bel.
THE FAMILY ZAPPAPATAMO - 2009
The play is written on the theme of the Family: the one we have, the one we make up, the one we leave, the one whose history catches up with us, the ties that unite or tear. The family, place of "I", of games, place where one seeks to find one's place.
ROUE COOL - 2008
Roue Cool speaks of the desire to leave a trace, this imprint on the body of the other, in space, in memories. The dancers spring up and twirl on their wheels, whether they were rollerblading wheels or wheelchair wheels.