Olivier Dubois

Dancer | Choreographer
(Updated on 02/17/2015)
Portrait of Olivier Dubois, © François Stemmer

After performing with Angelin Preljocaj, Jan Fabre, Dominique Boivin and Nasser Martin Gousset, Olivier Dubois choreographed his first solo piece, Pour Tout l'Or du Monde, in 1999.
Revisiting Nijinsky's L'Après-midi d'un Faune (The Afternoon of a Faun), his work Faune(s) explores the question of interpretation and appropriation of a founding choreographic work. In November 2009, he created Révolution, a piece fo 14 dancers to Ravel's Bolero. In 2010, he choreographed Spectre for the Ballet of Monte-Carlo and the duet L'Homme de l'Atlantique, to a Frank SInatra tune, at the Biennale de la Danse in Lyon. Then came his solo Rouge in 2011 and Tragédie, a piece for nine men and nine women that was created for the 2012 Avignon Festival.
On January 1, 2014, he took the direction of the Centre chorégraphique national Roubaix - Nord-Pas-de-Calais.

profiles in

Hubert Robert, 1733–1808

June 26 - October 2, 2016
The National Gallery of Art
6th St. and Constitution Ave. NW
Constitution Ave NW
Washington, DC 20565

Kader Attia's 'Ghardaïa' featured at the Guggenheim

Apr 29 - Oct 5, 2016
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 5th Avenue
New York, NY

Seuls en Scène 2016: Princeton University's French Theater Festival

Sept 22 - Oct 5, 2016
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ

La Commission Centrale de l'Enfance, a play by David Lescot at Fordham University, October 5 at 3 PM

Oct 5, 2016 at 3 PM
Kehoe Theater, Fordham University at Lincoln Center
113 West 60th Street
New York, NY