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Cloud Gate Dance Theater of Taiwan


Du 30 May au 2 June

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01 40 03 75 75 Monday to Saturday from 10.30am to 7.30pm

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At information and ticket office folly 7 days a week from 10.30am to 7.30pm


Category A
Full Price 26€
Reduced rate* 20€
Carte Villette and Subscribers* 15€
Youth Card* 15€
Under 12 years old / Young Subscribers 10€

Category B
Full Price 20€
Reduced rate* 15€
Carte Villette and Subscribers* 12€
Youth Card* 12€
Under 12 years old / Young Subscribers 8€

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Tous les spectacles à 10, 15 or 20€ avec les meilleures places en priorité
Carte Solo
Carte Duo
30% de réduction sur tous les spectacles et les Ateliers Villette à 8€, en toute liberté
Abonnement jeune
Pour les moins de 26 ans


Access Porte de Pantin:
Metro: Line 5
Bus: Line 75,151
Tram: Line T3b
Car Park "Cité des Sciences" - PML please call 01 40 03 75 75


From May 30th to June 2nd
Every day at 8.30pm

Duration: 1h30

The East and the West meet with a rare fluidity in Lin Hwai-Min’s home, fed by martial arts and both classic and modern dance. In this new work Formosa, the choreographer along with the Cloud Gate Dance Theater of Taiwan takes inspiration in the landscape and history of Taiwan while also reflecting on universal human experiences. → in partnership with Théâtre de la Ville


In the 16th century, gazing out from the decks of ships off the coast of China, Portuguese sailors saw it: a great green mass, thick with mountains and trees, rising from the sea. “Formosa!” they exclaimed—“beautiful!”— designating the verdant place that would later be known as Taiwan.

Using gestures, scripts, songs and other elements from the island as raw materials, Lin Hwai-Min and dancers create a lustrous, transfigured sphere in which only the universal remains—a playground of love and life, mediated by tragedy, hope, and rebirth. Recorded music by award-winning indigenous singer Sangpuy serves as the soundtrack as the dancers stomp, sway, dash, and dart. With unparalleled grace, they mingle in intimations of community, making tribal ritual and urban bustle seem as one.