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“Africa in Circus” - Le Devoir

” […] It was to be the highlight of the evening with a show designed for the Nuits d'Afrique and new choreographies. These artists are spectacular as can be. It has been seen at supper time for the past few years and for the first time they were scheduled at the end of the night. Due to the weather the Parterre was half full, but that didn't hurt the atmosphere. Here again, a saxophone with long, slow lines lands on the drums before a singer unleashes her spellbinding first notes. Eventually the action sets in: some sort of large human bird appears, masked people gesture in near slow motion, and others begin tumbling to the ground. They will launch into the air by turning on themselves two meters high. […] ” Original source:

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