Only Cannes brand for establishments belonging to our quality and reliability charter, trust it to guide you; it will guarantee a warm welcome and a higher level of service at the right price. You can trust us and the list of addresses published by the Tourist Information Office will open up the best of Cannes to you.
Discover Cannes destination
Cie Amala Dianor
Sunday 15 December 2019 - 15:00Théâtre Croisette
<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/EhD5O1zzJCk" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
TICKETING+33 (0)4 92 98 62 77
Monday to Saturday from 10h to 18h and one hour before each performance at the place of performance.
PrésentationAmala Dianor mixes balletic leaps, hip-hop and modern dance in order to venture beyond the aesthetics of each of these disciplines.
“The governing principle of my creative work is mainly based on the method of redirecting a dance technique” explains the choreographer Amala Dianor.
This time, he is targeting classic dance. The Falling Stardust crosses the floor-based world of hip-hop and the aerial figures of the classic étoiles, the meeting of which produces this famous “stardust”. Ballet and hip-hop have always been viewed with respect, sharing the same taste for work and virtuosity, its inevitable figures and its coded language. However, what distinguishes them remains this relationship with the earth or sky, i.e. elevation or, conversely, the horizon for a movement. The Falling Stardust reunites seven female and two male dancers, four mixed dancers and five classic dancers from various different countries and just as many schools or conservatories and of course varying techniques, for an excellent routine in which each shines as brightly as a thousand stars. Together, they launch an assault on unknown galaxies in the choreographic universe, to define dance as a free art. His flexible and expert approach to movement reveals on stage a humanity that is inventing and constructing itself.