©Marie Maquaire

This is how Don Quixote decided to save the world

Two pieces for chivalrous women

First Production 2024 // Act 2 // Piece for nine female performers on stage

What did these future chivalrous women look like?

This is how Don Quixote decided to save the world is a utopian quest populated by chivalrous personalities in the feminine form, singular and plural. It is a creation in 2 Acts performed by dancers and activists. Women of radical tenderness, they decide to question sororal love and to form a collective body.

©Marie Maquaire

This is How Don Quixote Decided to Save the World – 2nd act

Production Cast

Choreographer: Marinette Dozeville

Performers: Justine Agator, Paola Daniela, Lora Cabourg, Flozif, Sijia Chen, Lucille Mansas, Dominique Le Marrec, Delphine Mothes, Marie Vivier

Live music: Fanny Lasfargues

Artistic Associate: Rachele Borghi

Lighting Designers: Louise Rustan and Agathe Geffroy

Production (in progress)

Yapluka – The Marinette Dozeville Company


Tridanse (3bisf – Centre of Contemporary Art of National Interest in Aix-en-Provence, Le Citron Jaune – CNAREP – in Port St. Louis du Rhône, Vélo Théâtre – a subsidised venue for object theatre and the crossroads of arts and sciences in Apt); Théâtre de Lorient – CDN; Charleroi Danse – Wallonia-Brussels Choreographic Centre; MAIF Social Club – Paris.

Financial Backing

Aid for the creation of street arts – Ministry of Culture, DRAC Grand Est (Regional Office of Cultural Affairs).

Performance 2024