Through each of its creations, PPS Danse wishes to contribute to the discovery, the astonishment and the questioning. By showing them what they don’t know, the company wishes to initiate children to new dimensions, to make them think and develop a critical sense.
From BAGNE re-creation (2015), to Danse Lhasa Danse (2011), through Les Chaises (2013), Corps Amour Anarchie / Léo Ferré (2016), and Attractions (2019), PPS Danse tackles themes that are both poignant and human, playing with the parameters of the stage and drawing the spectator into universes where reality and imagination merge.
With cultural mediation, PPS Danse wishes to open horizons, decompartmentalize artistic disciplines and transmit to participants a critical sense of the world. To date, more than 6000 people have been introduced to the company’s choreographic language.