“Bless the Sound that Saved a Witch like me” is a performance choreographed for Sati Veyrunes. Immersed in a vibrant soundscape, the performer makes the audience travel through the exploration of a multitude of screams from the intimate to the collective.
She carries within her the power to speak and also to revolt, which gives the work its strength, its political impact and its sense of urgency.
This solo is the second part of a trilogy beginning with “Sorry, But I Feel Slightly Disidentified…” for Cherish Menzo, and “The Blue Hour” for Théo Aucremanne.