Christine and the Queens pull off a coup de théâtre!

Christine and the Queens returned to the stage under a new androgynous and animalistic identity called Chris, accompanied by the excellent dancers of the young La Horde collective. She imagined a scenography that would emphasize bodies and their relationship to space, nature and simplicity.
It was a great artistic and technical feat for the set and lighting design team, because it was necessary to build a show that has all the characteristics of an opera and to adapt it to the timing constraints of a touring production.

At the AccorHotels Arena, one of the dates of Chris' return to Paris, (from left to right) Camille Duchemin scenographer, Nicolas Olivier, lighting designer, Philippe Ducouret (alias l'Écu of MecaOctet) and Manu Mouton, production manager, tell us the story of the birth of this offbeat concert.

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