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Corteo

“Corteo” 在意大利語中意思是“隨從”,它是充滿愉悅的隊列,由一個小丑想像的節日流行隊伍。本劇用雜技的活力和豐姿集演員們的熱情於一體,使觀眾沉浸在天地之間的一種神秘空間的歡樂、喜劇和自發的戲劇世界。 小丑把自己的葬禮刻畫在狂歡氣氛中,由天使靜靜地守護著。大小並置,悲劇性的可笑與帶有不完美魅力的完美魔力,本劇突出了小丑的強勁和脆弱,及其智慧和熱情,表達了我們每個人身上都有的人性。抒情與娛樂結合的音樂使 “Corteo” 通篇具有用幻想嘲諷現實的永恆頌揚色彩。

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Corteo - 创作人员

  • Guy Laliberté

    创办人

    Guy Laliberté 1959 年出生于加拿大魁北克市。他是一位手风琴师、高跷艺人和吞火魔术师,和同伴们组成了魁北克第一个国际知名的马戏团。大胆又爱幻想的 Guy Laliberté 慧眼识才,找到拜圣保罗狂欢节上极具才华的街头表演者,与他们一起在 1984 年创立了太阳剧团

    Guy Laliberté 是第一位将文化、艺术与杂技训练相结合的人,而这也成为太阳剧团最重要的特色。自 1984 年起,他带领他的创作团队创作了每场演出,将杂技表演提升到极高的艺术境界。

    太阳剧团以其表演阵容之强,活动范围之广,影响力之大,成为了一个国际大型马戏团。在 Guy Laliberté 带领下,太阳剧团的足迹遍布五大洲。

    2007 年 10 月,Guy Laliberté 成立了一滴水基金会,投身于人生的另一项伟大事业。该基金会的宗旨是让贫困地区民众获得安全饮用水。这个新的梦想源自于饮水权对个人乃至全球社区存亡重要性的认识以及太阳剧团自成立以来一直秉持的价值观:你给予生活什么,生活就回馈你什么。即使一个最微小的举动,也会产生差异。

    2009 年 9 月,Guy Laliberté 成为加拿大第一位私人太空探险家。他的使命是唤起公众对地球水资源短缺的关注。这场史无前例的宇宙演出活动的主题是“撼天动地为水源”(Moving Stars and Earth for Water),被誉为“富有诗意的社会使命”,旨在以艺术的形式赢得世人共鸣:这次网络直播特别节目持续了 120 分钟,各种艺术表演在五大洲 14 个城市(包括国际空间站)同时上演。

    重大荣誉及奖项
    2012 年,Guy Laliberté 入选美国博彩协会名人堂。2011 年,Guy Laliberté 入选加拿大企业名人堂。2010 年,Guy 在富有传奇色彩的好莱坞星光大道上留刻了属于自己的星形奖章。同年,魁北克政府再次授予 Guy 七星勋章,从“骑士”(6 年前授予)上升为“军官”级别。2008 年,Guy Laliberté 获拉瓦尔大学(魁北克)荣誉博士头衔。2007 年,Guy Laliberté 荣获安永年度企业家奖。这项大奖包含三个级别:魁北克、加拿大和国际。2004 年,Guy Laliberté 接受加拿大政府颁发的最高殊荣:加拿大勋章。 同年,他被时代周刊评选为全球 100 位最具影响力人物之一。2003 年,他被 Condé Nast 集团的绝不跟风计划选为创造者和革新者。2001 年,他被 Académie des Grands Montréalais 评为蒙特利尔荣誉市民。1997 年,Guy Laliberté 荣获魁北克政府颁发的最高荣誉魁北克勋章。克勋章。


    其他荣誉及奖项

    2009 年
    加拿大营销协会授予终身成就奖

    2002 年
    入选加拿大星光大道

    1998 年
    美国手工艺博物馆(现为纽约艺术和设计博物馆)授予远见奖

    1996 年
    在第 43 届 Gala du Commerce(魁北克)获新视野奖

    1988 年
    Gala Excellence 新闻(魁北克)年度风云人物

    1988 年
    《法国商务期刊》杂志(魁北克)年度企业家

     

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  • Daniele Finzi Pasca

    Creator and Director

    For Daniele Finzi Pasca, Corteo represents a kind of full circle, a bringing together of all the threads of his professional career. As a young man growing up in Switzerland he was a competitive gymnast. He went on to work in circus, and eventually established a reputation in theater as a writer and director.

    Daniele was born into a family of photographers. "Then my mother became a painter," he says. "I grew up surrounded by images and imagery. And I put them into motion."

    Perhaps the most formative event in his life was a trip he took to India, where he worked as a volunteer looking after terminally ill patients. On his return to Switzerland, he founded a company called Sunil's Clowns, which changed its name to Teatro Sunil in 1986. Teatro Sunil is still "home," but Daniele also travels the world, with his own productions and as a guest director with other theater and circus companies.

    A prolific writer, Daniele does not restrict his creative output to the stage. He has also published Come acqua allo specchio, a collection of short stories. (The show Passo Migratore is based on one of the stories from this collection).

    Daniele's lifelong fascination with clowns and clowning took root at the famed Circus Nock, where he performed in an acrobatic clown number. He has since developed a personal approach to the tradition which he has presented in courses and workshops for companies and organizations all over the world, including Canada's National Circus School and Cirque du Soleil. He also directed the highly-acclaimed Cirque Eloize shows Nomade - La Nuit le Ciel est Plus Grand and Rain - Comme une Pluie dans Tes Yeux.

    Corteo is inspired by the death and funeral of a clown, and draws on a clown figure from a past long before the existence of circus—a time when clowns were not the stereotypes we know now, but far more complex characters. Daniele says the show is "situated at a strange level between heaven and earth, where the gods and humans can interact through the medium of circus."

    The show's environment takes its inspiration from many architectural sources, especially Chartres cathedral and its labyrinth, which for Daniele Finzi Pasca symbolizes the journey of life. "The labyrinth is a great voyage: To find yourself you have to lose yourself," he explains.

    Daniele Finzi Pasca was born in Lugano, Switzerland in 1964.

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  • Line Tremblay

    Director of Creation

    Line Tremblay first fell in love with Cirque du Soleil in 1984, drawn by its freewheeling spirit, a spirit she says has never gone away. “For me, circus is the most complete art form. It addresses the audience on the visual, the emotional and the physical level all at the same time. I always knew I was destined for a life in this milieu.”

    Before joining Cirque du Soleil, Line developed a passion for working in the world of film and television, notably as an Assistant Director at Radio-Canada, where she worked closely with designers and creators. In 1992, she joined Franco Dragone, assisting him in the creation and direction of the Cirque du Soleil shows Mystère, Alegría, Quidam, “O” and La Nouba. Her talents were also put to work as Artistic Director of Quidam. Her rich association with Franco helped her to master the mechanics of stage direction and show creation.

    A newcomer to the equestrian field, Line worked with Gilles Ste-Croix assisting in the creation of the 2000 show Cheval Théâtre. She left Cirque du Soleil to work with Franco Dragone on the creation of the Celine Dion show A New Day, and returned to Cirque in 2003 to work on Corteo as the first woman in Cirque’s history to occupy the position of Director of Creation. In 2008, she took on the position of Director of Creation once again with ZED, working with director François Girard for the first time.

    “With Zarkana, we wanted to create a decidedly acrobatic show in which circus arts would take center stage,” says Line Tremblay. “The choice of disciplines, the staging, the set design, projections and choreography all contribute to a major transformation of one of the biggest performance spaces in the world."

    Line Tremblay was born in Hull, Quebec.

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  • Jean Rabasse

    场景设计师

    Jean Rabasse has worked extensively in cinema, theatre and dance as a set designer and decorator. He has designed the sets for Philippe Decouflé's dance company DCA for more than a decade.

    Jean was nominated for an Academy Award and won the César for his sumptuous, elaborate designs for the 2001 film Vatel. His other film credits include Astérix et Obélix contre César, directed by Claude Zidi, The Dreamers, directed by Bernardo Bertolucci, The City of Lost Children, Delicatessen directed by Caro and Jeunet, Norman Jewison's The Statement and Christophe Barratier’s Faubourg 36, for which he received a César nomination.

    In 2009, he designed the sets for the opera L'Amour de loin, in a staging by Daniele Finzi Pasca, presented by the English National Opera in London.

    A versatile artist, Jean Rabasse reinvents the craft of forms. "I make no distinctions between the disciplines in which I work. In movies I always stress theatrical effects, to give the film soul. In the theatre, I use cinematic elements."

    IRIS is the third Cirque du Soleil show (following Corteo and The Beatles LOVE) for which Jean has designed the sets.

    "Instead of a classic representation of cinema referring to specific films, we wanted to capture the essence of cinema, its original emotion," says Jean Rabasse. “The proscenium of IRIS is a nod to the origins of cinema in Coney Island and the world of Jules Verne, and acts as the gateway to our imaginary world."

    Jean Rabasse was born in Tlemcen, Algeria.

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  • Dominique Lemieux

    戏服设计师

    在 1989 至 1998 年间,Dominique 为太阳剧团设计了所有演出剧码的服饰,每个剧码的服饰都展示其与众不同的特色。这些剧码包括 1989 年的《We Reinvent the Circus》、1990 年的《Nouvelle Expérience》、1992 年的《欢跃之旅》(Saltimbanco)、1993 年的《神秘境界》(Mystère)、1994 年的《飞跃之旅》(Alegria)、1996 年的《奇幻之旅》(Quidam)、1998 年的《O》及《梦幻嘉年华》(La Nouba),以及 2005 年的《欢宴人生》(Corteo)。

    作为服饰设计师,Dominique 的工作不仅仅是为表演者缝制衣服。她的设计对於创作太阳剧团各个精彩剧码的不同角色,有著举足轻重的作用。

    Dominique 凭藉其专业眼光,通过将各种颜色、图案与布料的巧妙结合,缝制成令人歎为观止的戏服。在布料的选择上,她不单纯从美观出发,更同时顾及表演者的需要。对於 Dominique 來说,她非常注重所选布料会否令皮肤不适,会否容易磨损,是否耐火或防水。

    Dominique 对繪画藝术的热爱自幼已显露出來,这亦令她决定在康哥迪亚大学(Concordia University)修读藝术系。毕业後,她成为藝术设计师及儿童书籍插画师。其後,她报读了加拿大国家戏剧学院(NTS)的场景设计专业,选修繪画及服装设计课程,这更令其事业有了全新方向。

    1986至1988年,Dominique成为任教於加拿大国家戏剧学院的蒙特利尔顶级戏服设计师François Barbeau的助手。在此期间,她设计的作品在全市各大舞台上相继亮相,高超的技藝令魁北克省各地剧院的导演们争相要求与她合作。

    在《MACAU》剧码服饰的创作过程中,Dominique 试图在服饰上表现文化的多元性。她解释道:“我的创作灵感來自於世界各大城市的居民。一种崭新的文化在这些多民族融和的现代都市里形成,并自然而然地反映在时下年青人的衣著服饰上。《MACAU》剧码的服饰正是展现了各民族文化兼收并蓄的独特风貌。”

    Dominique Lemieux 於 1957 年在加拿大蒙特利尔出生。

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  • Philippe Leduc

    Composer and Musical Director

    Composer, arranger and conductor Philippe Leduc describes himself as a workaholic, and that is borne out by the sheer volume of his work. His compositions and arrangements have literally been part of the background music of daily life in Quebec since the early 1980s.

    A graduate of the faculty of music at the Université de Montréal, Philippe composed the news theme for the television network Radio-Canada and the soundtrack music for innumerable other highly-rated TV shows, including the Cirque du Soleil production Solstrom.

    Philippe has been in demand as a composer of advertising jingles for a wide variety of national and international accounts. But as prolific as he has been for commercial clients, he has always made time for his own compositions.

    Philippe, who composed for the Cirque du Soleil television series Solstrom, describes his orchestral score for Corteo as "very visceral music," but he is quick to add that there are many ethereal passages and passionate moments, too.

    "I started with the physical," he says. "There is a relationship between the movements of the performers and the music. In a very broad sense the music is operatic. I'm trying to stretch the musical spectrum at Cirque."

    Philippe sees Corteo as a show full of contrasts and musical moods, from solo guitar to an imposing orchestral presence. "It's very beautiful at the end," he says, "but along the way it's funny too. There are surprises and laughter around every corner. There are medieval influences with ancient instruments and traces of the 1930s but it's all very current music."

    In a first for Cirque du Soleil, the music will depend on a great deal of Improvisation. There are several "duels" between a virtuoso violinist and an expert accordionist which will be completely different for every performance.

    Philippe Leduc was born in Montreal.

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  • Maria Bonzanigo

    Composer and Musical Director

    Maria Bonzanigo has worked closely with Corteo director Daniele Finzi Pasca since joining his company Teatro Sunil in 1984 (before it was even known by that name). Her music has been integral to many of the Sunil's best-known shows, including Te Amo and Tres Tristes Tangos.

    Maria has also appeared in Sunil productions as an actress and dancer, and has worked as a director and choreographer too, for her own music and for other composers' works.

    Maria Bonzanigo studied composition with Paul Glass and dance with Rosalia Chladek and went on to develop a highly personal approach of her own to creating music for the stage. In addition to her work for theater, she also composed for the highly-acclaimed Cirque Eloize circus shows Rain and Nomade (which were directed by Daniele Finzi Pasca).

    "Working with Daniele Finzi Pasca for more than 20 years, we created a language together," says Maria. "A way to communicate intimately with the audience and the music is an integral part of that language."

    For Corteo Maria Bonzanigo is sharing the duties of composer with Philippe Leduc. She is concentrating on the portion of the music that is performed by the artists in the show, while Philippe has been developing the orchestral soundtrack compositions.

    "We're taking artists and acrobats and putting them in a show that is more theater than circus," explains Maria. "The music reflects that theatrical aspect of the show. The style is a kind of modern/medieval, with African, Asian and Latin American rhythms. It's new and simple at the same time."

    Maria Bonzanigo was born in 1966 in Lausanne.

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  • Hugo Gargiulo

    Acting Coach - Teatro Sunil

    Acting Coaches Hugo Gargiulo and Antonio Vergamini come to Corteo from Teatro Sunil, the theater and dance company founded by the show's Director, Daniele Finzi Pasca in Switzerland in 1983.

    Motivated by a deep commitment to humanitarian principles, Daniele has placed the tragicomic figure of the clown at the core of Teatro Sunil's productions such as Rituale, Icaro, Aittestás, Visitatio, Te Amo and Tres Tristes Tangos to express a broad range of human experiences and emotions. He has called Sunil's emphasis on sensitivity and the sense of touch "the theatre of caress."

    Hugo Gargiulo and Antonio Vergamini have been key members of the Sunil creative team as actors and directors for many years and have been working closely with all the artists of Corteo (including the musicians) to develop their acting skills and introduce them to the world of the clown.

    "Our challenge was to bring out the fragile side of the acrobats," says Hugo, "and they are more used to putting the spotlight on their strength."

    Working with a large cast has given the two coaches the opportunity to finally realize artistic dreams they have held for a long time. However, many of the artists they are working with have never acted before. "Their lack of experience is a challenge," admits Antonio. "But it also means they are more generous and ready to be open. Above all, our challenge was to bring out the fragile side of the acrobats. We would like each artist to contribute something unique."

    Asked to describe the show, Hugo says there will be many dream-like images and a great deal of humanity on stage. "The artists will not be hidden by their makeup or their costumes, they will be presenting themselves to the audience," he adds. "We wanted the audience to see in their faces the children they once were and the old people they will become."

    Hugo Gargiulo was born in Uruguay in 1965.

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  • Dolores Heredia

    Dramaturgical Analyst - Teatro Sunil

    Acting Coaches Hugo Gariulo and Antonio Vergamini come to Corteo from Teatro Sunil, the theater and dance company founded by the show's Director, Daniele Finzi Pasca in Switzerland in 1983.

    Motivated by a deep commitment to humanitarian principles, Daniele has placed the tragicomic figure of the clown at the core of Teatro Sunil's productions such as Rituale, Icaro, Aittestás, Visitatio, Te Amo and Tres Tristes Tangos to express a broad range of human experiences and emotions. He has called Sunil's emphasis on sensitivity and the sense of touch "the theatre of caress."

    Hugo Gariulo and Antonio Vergamini have been key members of the Sunil creative team as actors and directors for many years and have been working closely with all the artists of Corteo (including the musicians) to develop their acting skills and introduce them to the world of the clown.

    "Our challenge was to bring out the fragile side of the acrobats," says Hugo, "and they are more used to putting the spotlight on their strength."

    Working with a large cast has given the two coaches the opportunity to finally realize artistic dreams they have held for a long time. However, many of the artists they are working with have never acted before. "Their lack of experience is a challenge," admits Antonio. "But it also means they are more generous and ready to be open. Above all, our challenge was to bring out the fragile side of the acrobats. We would like each artist to contribute something unique."

    Asked to describe the show, Hugo says there will be many dream-like images and a great deal of humanity on stage. "The artists will not be hidden by their makeup or their costumes, they will be presenting themselves to the audience," he adds. "We wanted the audience to see in their faces the children they once were and the old people they will become."

    Dolores Heredia was born in Mexico in 1966.p>
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  • Antonio Vergamini

    Acting Coach - Teatro Sunil

    Acting Coaches Hugo Gariulo and Antonio Vergamini come to Corteo from Teatro Sunil, the theater and dance company founded by the show's Director, Daniele Finzi Pasca in Switzerland in 1983.

    Motivated by a deep commitment to humanitarian principles, Daniele has placed the tragicomic figure of the clown at the core of Teatro Sunil's productions such as Rituale, Icaro, Aittestás, Visitatio, Te Amo and Tres Tristes Tangos to express a broad range of human experiences and emotions. He has called Sunil's emphasis on sensitivity and the sense of touch "the theatre of caress."

    Hugo Gariulo and Antonio Vergamini have been key members of the Sunil creative team as actors and directors for many years and have been working closely with all the artists of Corteo (including the musicians) to develop their acting skills and introduce them to the world of the clown.

    "Our challenge was to bring out the fragile side of the acrobats," says Hugo, "and they are more used to putting the spotlight on their strength."

    Working with a large cast has given the two coaches the opportunity to finally realize artistic dreams they have held for a long time. However, many of the artists they are working with have never acted before. "Their lack of experience is a challenge," admits Antonio. "But it also means they are more generous and ready to be open. Above all, our challenge was to bring out the fragile side of the acrobats. We would like each artist to contribute something unique."

    Asked to describe the show, Hugo says there will be many dream-like images and a great deal of humanity on stage. "The artists will not be hidden by their makeup or their costumes, they will be presenting themselves to the audience," he adds. "We wanted the audience to see in their faces the children they once were and the old people they will become."

    Antonio Vergamini was born in Italy in 1967.

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  • Martin Labrecque

    Lighting Designer

    Martin Labrecque’s professional credits include more than 140 theatrical productions, as well as circus shows. Martin contributed to the critical success of several Quebec shows. He has won many Quebec awards for his lighting design in addition to several nominations. Martin Labrecque created the lighting for two critically acclaimed circus shows produced by Cirque Éloize, Rain and Nomade, as well as Cirque du Soleil shows Corteo, KOOZA, Viva ELVIS and Michael Jackson THE IMMORTAL World Tour before KURIOS – Cabinet of curiosities. In 2009, Martin designed the lighting for an eleven-hour show by Canadian author, director and actor Wajdi Mouawad, which was presented in the courtyard of the Palais des Papes in Avignon, France. He also worked on the show Paradis Perdu, directed by Dominic Champagne and presented in Montreal and Belles Soeurs (2011) directed by René Richard Cyr.

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  • Jonathan Deans

    Sound Designer

    Jonathan Deans is one of the most sought-after live entertainment sound designers in the world. As a young man, he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company as an actor but had also a keen interest in sound and so began to blend with a theatrical context. Several years later, after a spell as a sound engineer in the music industry, notably at Morgan Studios where he brushed shoulders with artists such as Cat Stevens, Paul Simon and Rick Wakeman, he made his way back to the theatre via the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and later went on to mix the sound for the musical A Chorus Line. One success soon followed another, and he became the sound mixing engineer for dozens of London’s West End productions. Jonathan’s success as a mixing sound engineer led to him being hired as sound designer on the musical Marilyn. This was followed by work on other productions as Designer on Time, Les Misérables, Mutiny, Jean Seberg to mention a few. Over a decade later he relocated in America where he has designed systems and productions for theme parks, stadiums, arenas and Broadway productions including Ragtime, Fosse, King David, Damn Yankees, Taboo, Brooklyn, Lestat, Pirate Queen, Young Frankenstein, La Cage Aux Folles, Spiderman, and Priscilla Queen of the Desert. With Michael Jackson ONE Jonathan is creating the sound system and the audio environment of his 14th Cirque du Soleil show since Saltimbanco in 1992.

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  • Danny Zen

    Acrobatic Equipment and Rigging Designer

    Danny Zen first arrived at Cirque du Soleil in 1990 to work as a welder in the company's workshops. That same year he went on the first European tour of Le Cirque Réinventé, then moved on to Nouvelle Expérience on which he worked as a welder, assembler, mechanic and head usher. In 1992 he toured with Saltimbanco as a tent technician.

    Since 1993 Danny has worked in the continuing development of the Creative Studio at Cirque du Soleil. His innovations as head rigger and technical expert are largely responsible for establishing Cirque's demanding standards in training all its riggers, and maintaining the safety of the performers and technicians at all times.

    Danny has worked at the National Circus School in Montreal and has, over the years, contributed to the design of most of the aerial acrobatic equipment used in the Cirque du Soleil shows Alegría, Mystère, Quidam, Dralion, Varekai, "O", La Nouba and. He was also Head Rigger for Quidam in 1996. In 2008, he designed the rigging and equipment for the acrobatics show at the Quebec City 400th anniversary celebrations.

    Zarkana is Danny Zen’s third engagement as Acrobatic Equipment and Rigging Designer for a Cirque du Soleil show, following Corteo and KOOZA.

    “The acrobatic equipment on Zarkana was designed to blend in with the 1930s-inspired décor of the show,” he says. “The action of the show is set in the same period. I'm fascinated by the curves and organic shapes of that era and I've been inspired by the French Art Nouveau master glassmaker and jeweler Lalique and the Spanish architect and engineer Calatrava."

    Danny Zen was born in Saint-Luc, Québec.

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  • Nathalie Gagné

    化妆设计师

    化妆设计师 Nathalie Gagné 从小就对化妆著迷,并深信化妆对演员表演的影响。Nathalie 在加拿大魁北克省的 Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe 攻读戏剧制作专业,其後成为巴黎著名的化妆学校 École Christian Chauveau 蒙特利尔分校的首届毕业生。

    Nathalie 在加入太阳剧团之前,曾在一些剧团、电影及电视机构工作。她曾两度获得 Gémeau 奖项(所有类别)的最佳化妆类别提名。这项荣誉是由加拿大电影及电视学院(Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television)所颁授。

    Nathalie 说:“化妆是表演角色灵魂的反映,它犹如魔杖一样,能挥走一切被掩盖的东西。”自 1995 年起,Nathalie 为太阳剧团设计超过200多款不同类型的化妆,而最终设计都是从 2,000 多个草图中精选出來的。

    由於太阳剧团的表演者均需要自行化妆,Nathalie 会邀请他们一同參与台上的化妆创作。Nathalie 说:“由於杂技表演者有别于一般演员,他们不习惯进一步了解自己的脸孔,我其中一个工作目标就是教晓他们了解自己的脸孔,帮助他们找出自己脸上的‘引力纹理’(lines of force),以建立他们的个人特质。”

    Nathalie 同时还负责确保所有妆容都富有她的特色与及完整性。由於表演者都需要自行化妆,因此化妆技巧工作坊成为太阳剧团为表演者提供的基本训练的一环。Nathalie 会先教会表演者如何自行化妆,然後为他们每个人写下应用步骤。

    Nathalie 在《神秘境界》(Mystère)、《飞跃之旅》(Alegría) 及《藝界人生》(Saltimbanco)中运用了全新的化妆概念,这促使她与导演 Franco Dragone 及服装设计师 Dominique Lemieux 的密切合作。继《奇幻之旅》(Quidam)、《“O”》、《梦幻嘉年华》(La Nouba)、《Varekai》、《人类动物园》(ZUMANITY)、《KÀ》、《欢宴人生》(Corteo)、《虚拟幻境》(DELIRIUM) 和 《LOVE》後, 《MACAU》将成为她与太阳剧团的第十个制作。

    Nathalie 说:“我透过多姿多彩的化妆设计,刻画了《ZAIA》中不同角色的人性特徵。同时,我还希望塑造出几类具有‘家族’特徵相貌的妆容,以突显不同的族群。由於部分表演者担领多个角色及需要迅速变换扮相,为他们变换妆容实在是一个挑战。因此,我运用了许多自然色调的面谱,让表演者更容易添加或抹去相关化妆,以满足不同的需求。”

    Nathalie 於 1963 年生於魁北克省的 Trois-Pistoles。

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