At the crossroads between the theatre of objects, miniature circus and involuntary clowning, the female version of the show, just like the male, centres around a meticulous, excessively-ordered, cantankerous, dark-haired character.
Initially pleasant, our character seeks absolute control and reveals themselves to be increasingly unstable as accidents occur. Without words, tension mounts and the story slips inevitably out of control.
We laugh as much as we marvel at the intricate live DIY. We are touched and concerned by characters who mirror our own follies.
An opportunity to enjoy (re)discovering one, the other, or both versions of the show, which share precisely the same score and offer two different interpretations of a character with obsessive tendencies.
Partners and suppports CIRCa - Pôle national des arts du cirque (Auch), La Petite Pierre (Jegun), Espace Catastrophe - Centre international de création des arts du cirque (Bruxelles), La Grainerie (Balma), Le Lido - Centre municipal des arts du cirque (Toulouse), L'été de Vaour. Théâtre de Poche (Hédé-Bazouges) supported the production of Vue.Sacékripa is established in Region Occitanie.
In 2001, their explosive meeting forged a powerful connection between the five founding members of Cie Sacékripa. After two years of professional training at the Circus Arts School of Toulouse, Le Lido, the five created Cie Sacékripa in July 2003.
They kicked things off with the shared creation of three new production (Tourne Autour, 2003 / Who Goes On, 2005 / Coulisses, 2009) which occupied the company’s first 10 years. This was followed by the creation of four additional new productions that remain in their repertoire and are currently on tour: two solos by Étienne Manceau (Vu, 2012 / VRAI, 2021) and two duets by Benjamin De Matteïs and Mickaël Le Guen (Marée Basse, 2012 / Surcouf, 2022).
20 years on and the journey has been rich, offering an abundance of collaborative work (with Garniouze, Michel Dallaire, Christine Rossignol, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Nienke Reehorst, Julien Mellano, Jonathan Guichard, and so on.)
The original artistic line has been extended and is still being fine-tuned and expanded. Circus, acrobatics, juggling and clowning — the techniques set their approach in motion — still influence and inspire their artistic work.