"What do you get when you mix one Frenchman trained in circus skills, martial arts, and hip-hop with eleven male street dancers from Rio de Janeiro's notoriously perilous shantytowns?" asks a Boston Globe critic. "The answer is Compagnie Käfig, a.k.a.: the cure for pretty much anything that ails you. This elixir de la danse, though billed as a hip-hop company, defies easy categorization. The program of two pieces, each choreographed by the troupe's Lyon-based artistic director, Mourad Merzouki, in collaboration with the dancers, is not exactly a street spectacle brought indoors. Nor is it a formal dance concert. Rather, it's a joyous hybrid of the two worlds … ." Correria (2010), Portuguese for "running," exposes audiences to a race just like the one that governs many people's daily lives. The often-frenetic pace of the choreography accentuates the movement of legs - on the stage and through the air.
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