60 min
2 performers

“As a child, I danced to the pop music of my father’s disco-mobile. On the door of his van I was painted in a pink tutu. I raced from galas to motocross competitions. My father loved the dancer he had painted on his van and I loved that my father loved her. I will never become the pink tutu dancer painted on the C35 and yet it is thanks to her that I dance as I dance today.”
– Maud Le Pladec

The autofiction project Moto-Cross has its source in this parable. A look into the past, that of Maud Le Pladec, as well as into French political and musical events since the 1980s.

Conception, Choreography, and Performance by Maud Le Pladec
Text Maud Le Pladec in collaboration with Vincent Thomasset
Lighting and Set Design Eric Soyer
Costumes Alexandra Bertaut
DJ Julien Tiné
Music Pete Harden
Documentation Youness Anzane
Voice Dalila Khatir
Locking and Waacking Choreography Alice Liss Funk
Outside Eye Julien Gallée Ferré

Production Association Léda, Centre chorégraphique national d’Orléans # Coproduction La Briqueterie CDC du Val-de-Marne, Théâtre National de Chaillot, Les Subsistances, Pole Culturel d’Alfortville


  • Performance

    from tuesday 6 february
    to thursday 8 february 2018

    Orleans Theatre
  • Tour

    monday 26 march 2018

    La Passerelle, Scène nationale of Saint-Brieuc
  • Tour

    wednesday 23 may 2018

    Alfortville's Cultural center