“I adapt to the dreams and the desires of others. I will adapt to your ambitions. I will adapt to your fears and your weaknesses. I will adapt to your addictions, your point of view and your beliefs. I will listen to you again and again and again. I will listen to you until death, and until the moment when I have to run away.”
A woman named Roselyne is looking for her place.
Her place in the room, her place in the eyes of others, her place in life. She wants to be invisible. She doesn’t want to interrupt. She doubts. She’s always hiding behind something. She found her plant. Roselyne can be a reflection of our doubts, the decisions we haven’t made, the options we haven’t taken advantage of. She is completely imperfect, just like the rest of us.
The production is currently presented at PONEC – dance venue.
About the company
Cécile Da Costa is a French-Portuguese singer, performer and choreographer.
She has performed with International Theatre Studio Farm in the Cave, where she was a company member for 5 years, and has worked with Spitfire Company as a performer and choreographer for several years. She leas physical theatre workshops in the Czech Republic, France, Poland and Greece. Her work is a search for “voices that can move the body and bodies that can move the voice.” She won the 2018 Dancer of Year Award and was nominated for the Total Physical Awards at Edinburg Fringe 2017
for her solo performance The Narrator, directed by Petr Boháč, a multi-genre performance where body and voice oscillate between struggle and fragility. Roselyne is her first authorial production.