For Tania Paola, the texts You Don't Love Yourself by Nathalie Sarraute and James Barrie's characters in Peter Pan are to be viewed in parallel. Through her analysis, it has become clear that both works talk about the same thing: the fear of aging. Nathalie Sarraute is, in a sense, observing the body, its evolution, its change and, sometimes, its unease. If I were someone else? In another body?
James Barrie is, meanwhile, in the refusal to see one's body grow. One will tame his desire, the other will analyze it! What a need for love and what imagination for all these confused characters!
Nathalie Sarraute addresses several personalities merged into one. While James Barrie presents the double personalities hidden in each of his characters...
The two authors develop the dream of being loved for the child within each of us and thus deal with the fear of disappearing, or appearing. Tania Paola draws from these two works, the text of You Don't Love Yourself and the psychology of Peter Pan. The god Pan should be grateful!
THE CREATORS, TECHNICIANS & OTHERS
Concept and Choreography TANIA DE PAOLA
Music JÉRÔME BAUR
Acting Direction STÉPHANE RENTZNIK
Video EDUARDO PARINI
Lighting DANIELLE MILOVIC
Sound JOËL CHRISTEN
Makeup NATHALIE MOUCHNINO
Costumes SCILLA ILARDO
NÉO DE PAOLA
With excerpts from the book « YOU DON'T LOVE YOURSELF » by NATHALIE SARRAUTE