Endless Dream is a solo by Anicet Zehoua, choreographer, dancer and performer. He wonders about the state of human life, expressing all his emotions from past experiences, obligations of his existence, his future or his choices. The choreographer achieves this in a form of freedom that reveals the hidden part of the human being, the hidden part of the face or of every element of his body.
Endless Dream is an inner journey. A mystery. A moment of personal encounter. A survival instinct. The mystery of the space of an infinite dream controlled by the mind and guided by signs in which a man faces the darkness he carries within him until he attains self-knowledge. A fight in a state of coma. The need for a body in this space, both temporal and spatial, where everything visible is related to an invisible force that has power over it.
Anicet Zehoua writes: “The delirium of liberation of the hero inside me then reveals itself as a means of facing obstacles already fought or still to be overcome.” Endless Dreams remains, above all, a questioning of the human being and his destiny.
Choreography and Performance: Anicet Zehoua