top of page

Elodie AUGER

PDTFR's Program Director.


After graduating from the Paris Opera school, and Rudra Béjart in Lausanne, Elodie starts her career in the Béjart Ballet Lausanne by being involved in two important masterpieces: "The Rite of Spring and the Bolero". She will also participate in the Opera of Stravinsky "The Rake's Progress" with the Lausanne Opera. 

Then she will tour with the France Jeune Ballet de France, with pieces from Kirsten Debrock. 

On the other hand, Elodie is a certified Ballet teacher and instructor, who travels around the world to promote « the french technique ». She has trained dancers who are now part of the biggest dance companies in the world( San Francisco Ballet, Angelin Preljokaj, Oper Halle, Theater Gorlitz-Zittau, Hofesh Schecter, Grands Ballets de Genève). 

She is a health therapist, and a specialist of Wilfried Piollet’s technique.

Invited by Monique Loudière, she taught for several years at the ESDC Rosella Hightower. Then on the recommendation of Wilfride Piollet she joined the Strasbourg Conservatory for a season. 

She joins Cie Julie Magneville, as a soloist and assistant choreographer 10 years ago. 

She was invited, during two tours in China to promote the "French Ballet Dance".

She gave Master Classes, Conferences and performed on stage in many cities and Universities.
She participated in the Belgian TV show « Alors on danse » as a coach and in many films as a dancer for French and Indian productions. 

Today co-creator of the concept "Smart Bodies ®" and trained in Ayurveda, Elodie joyfully combines her life as an Artist Interpreter for the alternative singer Sevdaliza all around the world, Body Therapist and coach.


First international Ballet Guest-Master Teacher invited by the PDTFR.


Since his professional debut at the age of 16, this gifted youngster already knew that dancing requires a complete gift for art. He learned to discover its infinite depth at the same time as the amount of work related to the acquisition of the technique, and the density of various investments necessary for the enlargement of the personality. “My Master Maurice Béjart taught me everything: to live, to love, to be tolerant, curious and respectful of others. I then became aware of the quality of life, the moral and intellectual qualities that this requires.

His charisma and his influence made me want to constantly surpass myself, to be demanding with myself and with the people I love, the desire to read, to watch, to listen , to walk, to travel.

With him, I learned to live in a permanent excitement, a joy of discovery, a desire to be sunny.

Because the dance in its complexity and its difficulty must remain a luminous asceticism.

Today, my mission is to offer with passion, conviction and fidelity the transmission of my 48 years of unique experiences in the dance world”.e texte et me modifier. C'est facile.


First international Contemporary Guest-Master Teacher and choreographer invited by the PDTFR.

Capture d’écran 2017-10-03 à 17.05.32.png

Julie Magneville is a performer, choreographer, yoga instructor, and director.

She is graduated from « ESDC Rosella Hightower », the «CNSMD Lyon» in Contemporary section as well as « The Ailey School ».

She perfectes her knowledges by participating in intensive sessions with choreographers Wim Vandekeybus, Ohad Naharin, Shiro Daimon, David Hayo.

She has worked with many choreographers: Donald MacKayle, Matt Mattox,, Larrio Ekson, Jacqueline Bugglisi, Guillaume Bordier, Bruno Agati, Mickael Marso Riviere.

Through Spring Board Montreal Project, she collaborated with Margie Gillis, David Earle, La Compagnie Flak, O Vertigo, Victor Quijadas, Gregory Dolbashian and performed in Crystal Pite’s Expectico for « Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal ».

She was a soloist in « Rick Odum’s Dance Company » and performed in the broadway world acclaimed Musical « Tarzan » choreographed by Sergio Trujillo and composed by Phil Collins.

She collaborates with artists from different fields such as: The Taiwanese visual/media artist Ivan Liu, the French interdisciplinary artist Laurent Barnavon, the canadian Jeremy Bailey.

She stages and choreographs "The words and rhythms of desire" of Alain Héril for The TEDX.
 She has been choreographer for the famous TV shows SYTYCD and So We Dance.

Her first short-film " IN MEMORIUM " has been awarded " Best Choice Audience" at Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema, « Best Dance Choreography » at Oniros Film Awards ».

She danced in " Phantom Limbs" the new creation of Cie Decalage, in collaboration with Théâtre National de Chaillot, Choreodrome London and Art Council England.

She creates the World Tour's show of the acclaimed and singular pop-alternative singer SEVDALIZA, "The Great Hope Design", "ADE Performance" in Amsterdam with RedbullMusic, and the livestream concert « Colors of the night ».

She choreographes « The Opening Ceremony of African Games » in Rabat.

She stages " FrenchDeal " runway for the PARIS FASHION WEEK.
She creates dance pieces for Steps On Broadway, and Peridance Center(NYC).

She dances in « Giselles » for «Le Theatre du Corps » directed by Marie- Claude Pietragalla and Julien Derouault.


Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.

Capture d’écran 2024-07-20 à 10.42.53.png

Giuliano Peparini was born in Rome in 1973. He began his artistic and professional career at the age of 15 as a dancer on Italian state television’s main entertainment programmes.

Proving himself to be talented and hard-working, in 1990, at the age of 17, he landed the role of Marc in Italy’s first production of the musical, A Chorus Line.


After receiving a scholarship, he relocated to study at the School of American Ballet, the official school connected to the New York City Ballet and considered the most famous ballet academy in the United States. Since then, his international career has taken him around the world performing the greatest roles in classical and contemporary repertoire. At the age of 24, he became a principal dancer (Etoile) at the National Ballet of Marseille, then assistant and ballet master for Monsieur Roland Petit. Encouraged by the latter to experiment with his own creations, he began choreographing ballets for various dance companies in France, Russia, Japan and Italy.

Cultivating a passion for theatre and the visual arts, he decided to move to Paris, where he continued his theatre training, taking lessons from great French actors and teachers, including Claude Mathieu, Jacques Lecoq and Michel Galabru. He also attended film classes at La Femis.


In 2001, he created “Lulu, le reve d’une antistar” for the Kirov Mariinsky in St. Petersburg, which remains in the company’s repertoire.From his collaboration with Franco Dragone, Dragone (Cirque du Soleil), there came a series of large-scale permanent aquatic shows, such as Le Rêve (2005-2022) in Las Vegas and The House of Dancing Water (2009-2022) in Macau.

In France, he is best known for creating the musical ‘Les Amants de la Bastille‘ (2012), the ‘Légende du Roi Arthur’ (2015) and two shows for Catherine Lara: Au-delà des murs (2009) and ‘Bô‘ (2018), a poetic show , combining elements of dance, circus arts and music, which won best musical performance for that year.

He was part of the jury for the French TV programme ‘France’s got talent‘ (2014)

In Italy, he is popular with the general public for his creation of the musical ‘Romeo & Juliet – Ama e Cambia il mondo‘ (2013) and for his role as Artistic Director over seven years of the TV programme ‘Amici di Maria De Filippi’ on Canale 5.

For the Opera di Roma in 2015, he choreographed and staged the Nutcracker (which achieved the highest box-office record in the history of the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma), Romeo and Juliet (2018) and Vivaldi’s Four Seasons (2020-2023).

In July 2021, Dolce & Gabbana turned to Giuliano to take charge of all the pre-shows for their Haute Couture fashion shows in Venice. The following year, in July 2022, this adventure in the world of fashion continued in Syracuse, staging all the artistic events around their week of Haute Couture fashion shows , in front of an audience of Stars from all over the world. Thereafter, Mr Dolce asked him to direct Kourtney Kardashian’s wedding in Portofino in May 2022.

In October 2022, accompanied by 60 Italian and French artists and performers, he flew to Doha, Qatar, to the island of Qetaifan, where he created a show at the request of the royal family, entitled “The Fisherman’s Dream “. Giuliano depicted the delicate exploration of Qatari pearl seekers. The central theme of this project was universality.


Cie Hofesh Schechter

Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.

Robinson Cassarino L1020282 RT BW.jpg

Born in Paris, Robinson Cassarino started dancing with Hip Hop (poppin) at the
age of 13.
At 18, he joined the Ballet Junior de Genève. During two years, under the
direction of Sean Wood and Patrice Delay, he had the opportunity to work with
various choreographers, notably : Barak Marshall, Olivier Dubois, Angelin
Preljocaj or Sharon Eyal.
In January 2018, he joined the junior company of choreographer Hofesh
Schechter, with whom he danced in the show "Show", "Schechter
Underground" during an international tour.
The following year, he joined the main company with whom he performed in
the shows "Grand Finale", "Light Dance Bacs", a commission from the
Copenhagen Opera, and the latest creation "Double Murder", which is currently
on tour internationally.
In 2020, Robinson had the opportunity to work as a dancer and actor in the film
"En corps" directed by Cédric Klapish.


Cie Ultima Vez

Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.

Capture d’écran 2024-06-25 à 18.41_edite

Born in Croatia, Borna Babic is currently based in Brussels (Belgium). He has been studying Countertechnique since 2016, both at university and as an attendant of several workshops. He attended and successfully completed the Countertechnique Teacher Training program in 2022.

After finishing his studies in 2018 at Codarts University in Rotterdam, Borna has worked as a professional dancer with Marina Mascarell, Club Guy & Roni and Olivier de Sagazan; he has also been part of Ultima Vez / Wim Vandekeybus since 2019. In 2021, he was commissioned to create his first full-evening performance for Zagreb Dance Company and to choreograph a dance movie for Scapino Ballet. Together with Eliana Stragapede, he won the 1st place for their choreography AMAE at The Copenhagen International Choreography Competition and Production Awards, hosted by the Nederlands Dans Theater and Holstebro Dansekompagni. Nurturing his passion for teaching, Borna teaches various workshops contemporary, partnering and improvisation across Europe, as well Ultima Vez repertory.


Cie Sarah Baltzinger

Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.


Since 2007, Loïc has been performing for lots of choreographers such as Gigi Caciuleanu or Ezio
Schiavulli... and he has joined various professional dance companies both in France and abroad: Totum Cie, Karma Dance Project, Tapis Noir Cie, Dominique Brun Cie, Ethery, Pagava Ballets, Hannah Ma Dance Company, Unit Control, Cie in Notre Dame de Paris production, Laboration Art Company Christine Hassid Project Cie, Sarah Baltzinger Company, Georges Momboye Cie...
He choreographed various shows: a musical play (“Stolen moments”) performed at Paris, a
musical tale in Paris ("HEPTA"), a LGBT stand up duet ("Tomboys") and the solo (“Blushing
features”) for the Affamés Company in Metz.
Loïc constantly questions the human condition in his choreographies and in 2021 he created the
short movie ALEZAN interpreted by Alizée Duvernois. This solo has been designed to be
performed in a horse-riding ring. It has become in 2022 a 14 minutes dance solo already performed In Türkiye for the 5th Solo Contemporary Dance Festival.
Loïc Faquet, Choreographer: State graduated, he has completed his career as a dancer and choreographer by being invited to workshops, masterclasses, regular training sessions for dancers, as a teacher of contemporary dance for professional and amateur audiences.


Cie Kor'sia & Cie Eastman Cherkaoui

Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.

Capture d’écran 2024-06-25 à 19.04.04.png

Helena was born in Barcelona, Spain. She graduated from Conservatoire of Institut del Teatre in Barcelona and deepened her studies in Codarts University of the Arts in Rotterdam, The Netherlads. After discovering the Israeli dance scene and joining Vertigo Dance Company performing One one & one, Leela and White Noise, Helena starts freelancing back in Europe and works mainly with Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui with Eastman Dance Company with Nomad tour and being part of the creations of Vlaemsch - chez moi, Hanjo and Idomeneo with Grand Théâtre de Genève (with a revival with the Dutch National Opera and Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg) and Kor'sia with the creations and touring of Igra and Mont Ventoux. Helena chooses to work with directors that gives her the space to elaborate her movement creativity and creation. Alongside creations, performing, and touring, Helena is developing a modeling career, involved in fashion projects, she shares her dance in fashion campaigns, shows, magazines and clips and nurturing personal projects.


Cie Akram Khan

Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.

Capture d’écran 2024-06-25 à 18.49.31.png

Nicola Monaco started his training in dance at the age of 19 in Italy, where he studied contemporary and ballet.

In 2001, he attended the professional course of Aterballetto under the direction of Mauro Bigonzetti.

In 2003, Nicola had the opportunity to work for the award winning Dutch dance company Emio Greco/PC. He worked until 2008, touring their productions worldwide. He moved to London in 2009, where he collaborated with choreographers such as Akram Khan, Gregory Maquoma, Tom Dale, The Featherstonehaughs and Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company.


In 2012, he was appointed as Rehearsal Director for Zfin Malta Dance Ensemble.

Nicola has been working with Akram Khan Company since 2013 and has toured internationally with productions such as iTMOi, Kaash (Revival) and XENOS.

In 2019, he was appointed as Assistant Choreographer for Chotto Xenos directed by Sue Buckmaster.

In his role with AKC, he restaged Company repertory for Stuttgart Ballet, Stanislavsky Theatre, Introdans and IT Dansa.


Nicola also holds the official qualification to teach the Double Skin/Double Mind methodology of ICK/Amsterdam (Emio Greco/PC).

In his workshops, Nicola draws from his experience with renowned choreographers the tools that allow the dancers to increase their knowledge of their bodies and their movement by combining technical exercises and guided somatic improvisation. He’s recently researching into the southern Italian folk dance in order to bring the primordial necessity to dance into the contemporary frame.

Edouard HUE

Cie Beaver Dam

Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.

Capture d’écran 2024-07-20 à 11.45.54.png

Edouard Hue is first and foremost a dancer who puts his physicality at the service of pure movement. Trained at the Ballet junior de Genève, he then experimented with the extremes with choreographers Hofesh Shechter, Damien Jalet and Oliver Dubois as a performer.

He quickly developed his own style, a mixture of mastered virtuosity and mischievous spontaneity.

His appropriation of movement and charisma have honored him with the 2019 Swiss Dance Award “Exceptional Dancer”.

Inspired by his professional experiences, it is naturally that he turns to choreography which will allow him to satisfy his quest for independence and to develop a choreographic language.

In 2014 Edouard Hue created the Beaver Dam Company, a Swiss-French company based in Geneva and Annecy. His repertoire composed of solo, duets and group pieces offers artistic diversity, produced internationally and aimed at children and the general public.

At the beginning of his career, he was supported by Pro-Helvetia – Swiss Foundation for Culture, which set up a mentorship with Olivier Dubois for Meet me halfway.

His solo FORWARD is part of the Programme Danse & Dramartugie initiated by Philippe Saire – Théâtre Sévelin 36. Edouard Hue is artist in residence at L’Auditorium Seynod – Scène Régionale Auvergne Rhône-Alpes from 2016 to 2021.

In 2021 he creates his signature piece All I Need which reflects the choreographic singularity of his body research. The premiere of the show was part of the programming of the Festival de Danse de Cannes and represents a turning point in the choreographer’s career. That same year, he created his first piece for young audiences, entitled Yumé, in which he used a dynamic set design for the first time, a major component of the piece’s poetry.

For several years, the choreographer has been regularly asked to create pieces for existing, well-known companies.

This has been the case with Yoann Bourgeois’ Requiem for which Edouard Hue created the part of Domine Jesu (Grenoble-France), No Matter for Gauthier Dance Company (Stuttgart-Germany), Titan for Ballet Basel (Basel-Switzerland), and L’Oiseau de Feu in 2023 for the Opéra du Grand Avignon.

Some of his works have also been remounted and revisited for professional companies and dance schools such as the Frontier Danceland Company (Singapore), Le Marchepieds (Lausanne-Switzerland), SEAD (Salzburg-Austria), l’École de Danse Contemporaine de Montréal (Montreal-Canada)

@Picture : Grégory Batardon


Cie NDT1

Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.

Capture d’écran 2024-06-25 à 18.53.43.png

Chloé Albaret was born in France. She started dancing in 2005 at age 15 with contemporary & ballet and very quickly, developed a deep passion for this art form. 

She then decided that she wanted to train full time and make a career in dance.


In 2007 she integrated a pre-professional school named Mondap’Art in Nîme, France.

In 2008 Chloe auditioned and was accepted at the Ballet Junior of Geneva in Switzerland where she studied dance for 2 years.

In 2010 she joined the renowned Nederlands Dans Theater 2 under the direction of Gerald Tibbs and moved to the main company Nederlands Dans Theater 1 in 2013 under the direction of Paul Lightfoot.

Throughout her career in NDT she worked with many choreographers and makers such as Jirí Kylián, Sol León & Paul Lightfoot, Mats Ek, William Forsythe, Ohad Naharin, Marco Goecke, Crystal Pite, Hofesh Shechter, Sharon Eyal, Peeping Tom to name a few.

In 2019 Chloé was nominated for the prestigious Dutch dance award “Zwaan” in the category “most impressive dance performance” and has won the prize for the same category in 2020.

After leaving NDT in 2022, Chloé continued her dance career as a freelancer. She is also working with numerous dance companies as a rehearsal director/Stager for choreographers Sol Leòn & Paul Lightfool, Imre & Marne van Opstal, Edward Clug.

In addition, she is teaching dance as an international guest teacher throughout Europe.


Cie Tanztheatre Wuppertal

Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.


Reginald was born in Corsica and began his dance training at the Conservatoire de Musique et de Danse in Bastia before joining the École Supérieure de Danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower in 2008.


In 2012 he graduated from the Rudra Béjart Lausanne ballet academy and moved to Madrid for one year to study at the Conservatorio Superior de Danza María de Ávila. Having completed his training, he joined the Youth Company IT Dansa in Barcelona in 2013, where he had the opportunity to work with a large variety of choreographers including Alexander Ekman, Rafael Bonachela, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Jiří Kylián, and Nacho Duato among others.

Subsequently, Reginald moved to Germany and worked with Gauthier Dance in Stuttgart for five seasons, performing repertoire by choreographers such as Hofesh Shechter, Ohad Naharin, Marco Goecke, Shahar Binyamini, Cayetano Soto, Nadav Zelner, Barack Marshall, Andonis Foniadakis, Eyal Dadon, and many others.


In 2021, he is thrilled to join the ensemble of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch.

@Picture: César Vayssié


Cie Angelin Preljocaj

Contemporary Guest Artist invited and Rehearsal Director by the PDTFR.


After studying at the National School of Dance in Marseille, Léa perfected her training with John Neumeier at the Theaterschool in Hamburg.

She enters the "Jeune Ballet de Cannes Rosella Hightower".

She obtained her "Diplôme d'état de Professeur de Danse Classique".

Then she began as solist dancer until 2020 for the Ballet Preljocaj. She toured around the world with the ballet, to present the most beautiful works of Angelin Preljocaj.

She's now a guest artist.

Capture d’écran 2023-01-19 à 15.15.35.png

Célia AMADE Cie NDT1

Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.

Celia was born in Nice, where she studied at the Conservatoire Regional from 1995 till 2001 under the tutelage of Jerome Benezech. She continued at the Conservatoire Superieur of Musique and Danse of Lyon in 2001 where she obtained her Diploma in choreography in 2004.

She joined IT DANSA in Barcelona directed by Catherine Allard, where she explored and performed the works of Stein Celis, Peter Zuska, Jiri Kylian ,Tony Fabre, Ramon Oller and Nacho Duato. Celia then joined NDT2 in 2005.

She went on to work with Nederlands Dans Theater until 2014. During those years came into encounter with Gustavo Ramirez, Ivan Perez, Stefan Toss, Alexander Ekman, Lightfoot/Leon, Enrich Olvodaivo, Marco Goecke, Johan Inger, Azure Barton, Teo Saarinen, William Forsythe, Amanda Miller, Ohad Naharin and Jiri Kylian. Since then she had worked as assistant - rehearsal director for the ZfinMalta Company, has given several dance masterclasses, assisted choreographer such as Ivan Perez and Alexander Ekman.

She has choreographed several pieces of her own “Blink of an eye”and “Under the same moon”for Switch project at NDT,”Earth”with the theater director Maxim Didencko for the New Alexandrinsky theater in St Petersbourg, Russia in 2015,"A tear and a smile"for Kanon Dance St Petersbourg in 2015 "Pilgrims Journey"in 2015 created at Cloud and performed in Nice ,"Calm upon you"for Omaggio Goa in India in 2016 , “Petrichor” in The Hague for Korzo Theater in 2016.
Celia continues to delve into her fascination for movement, art, the world, human kind in all its complexity f
ollowing the path of expression and sharing within her own work.



Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.

Isaies is a versatile dance artist who has worked with numerous international dance companies and choreographers such as:

-Zvi Dance company/Artistic director Zvi Gotheiner

-Seymour Collective/Artistic director Chafin Seymour

-The Dash ensemble/Artistic director Gregory Dolbashian

-M/Motions/Artistic director Manuel Vignoulle

-Vivo Ballet/Artistic director Enzo Celli

-Mettin Mouvement/Artistic director Sarah Mettin

-Cie Jose Besprosvany/Artistic director José Besprosvany

-BCA+Artists/Artistic director Bryn Cohn

-Sonya Tayeh Dance

-Bobby Jene Smith

-Vim Vigor /Artistic director Shannon Gillen

- Punchdrunk, Sleep no more (Mac Duff and Mac Beth)

He will teach, floorwork, improvisation and physical theater.


Cie les ballets C de la B

Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.

He started his academic training at the Conservatoire National de Région de Rouen and continued his education at the Martha Graham Dance School, directed by Marni Thomas and then Virginie Mécène, and performed for 3 years with the Martha Graham 2.
He refined his training at the Ballet Junior de Genève, under artistic directors Sean Wood and Patrice Delay, where he performed pieces by Alexander Ekman, Thierry Malandain, Patrick Delacroix, Ken Ossola, Guilherme Botelho amongst others.
He pursued his career in London in 2011 with DV8 Physical Theatre (artistic director Lloyd Newson) on the production Can We Talk About This.
In the next years, he collaborated with several directors: with Franck Chartier (Peeping Tom Collective), for the opera Mârouf, savetier du Caire in Paris; with Blanca Li, still in Paris, for the creation Robot, which toured internationally.
Then he entered at les ballets C de la B nicht schlafen (Alain  Platel), and later joined the production Solstice created by Blanca Li.
In 2019, while touring with Blanca Li, he started working, in Switzerland, with the Company Idem, artistic directors Matthias Kaas and Clement Bugnon on the production Three Ages.
He works, at the same time, with The Chicos Mambos, on the production Car/Men under the direction of Philippe Lafeuille.
His next project will be a creation with prisonners in Metz organised by L’Arsenal Cite musicale.  



Lorena NOGAL

Cie La Veronale

Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.

Lorena Nogal is formed as a dancer at the Theatre Institute of Barcelona and in the company IT Dansa where she dances the repertoire of internationally renowned choreographers as Ohad Naharin, Jiri Kilyán, Stijn Celis and Nacho Duato among other works.

From 8 years is an active member of the artistic team of La Veronal working closely with Marcos Morau as an assistant in the choreography and dancer, working both in their company and choreography in external creations: National Dance Company, Scapino Ballet Carte Blanche, Norrdans, Skånes Dansteater ...

In her career as a dancer also works with other reputable companies like Imperial Lanònima, Gelabert-Azzopardi and Plan B. Also it created their own peaces with which have won prizes in national choreographic contests, creating his latest piece for IT Dansa.


La Veronal proposes an approach to their particular body language, based on the development of a personal technique starting from different benchmarks to dissect movements, distort and pervert them as part of a whole in which theatricality and film references are also present, not forgetting a solid body base. Through composition exercises and adaptations of repertoire of the company it is intended to make a particular impression on each of the dancers and push them into new searches, being the movement provided by the company a new tool for the personal development of the interpreter.


Contemporary Guest Artist invited by the PDTFR.

Born in Cameroon and under the influence of creative research, spiritual growth, he collaborates with the most renown dance companies and brings his exceptional artistry to the world.

- La Baraka , directed by Abou Lagraa  

- SBB, directed by Stephanie Batten Blend

- Cie Geraldine Amstrong

- Cie Goerge Momboye

- Cie Thor, directed by Thierry Smith

- Eastman,Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui

- Kirikou Musical, choreographed by Wayne Mc Gregor

bottom of page