"Oh my body, make me forever a man who questions himself !" - Frantz Fanon, Black skin, white masks


The workshops are designed for a public of the same level (beginners, advanced and professionals), led by one or two performers of Faso Danse Théâtre per class depending on the number of participants.


The duration of a workshop is from 2,5 to 4 hours with a 30 minutes conversation exchange included.


For more informations about our workshops, and for reservations, contact us


In recent years Faso Danse Théâtre has been developing a dance technique based on the three words: Urgent, Necessity, Vital.

A danced vocabulary based on a complex composition in opposition in movement, on vulnerability, inner violence and speed of thought.
An investigation with the participants into what urgently needs to be done with the body today and how this should be done in relation to space.

In this workshop we also explore the individual and the group. And we will share a choreography of the performance Kalakuta Republik.


This workshop is based on the dance technique developed over the years by Serge Aimé Coulibaly, which is based on African contemporary dance and is open to other dance forms.

A dance that has an African base, but is uncomplicated and without barriers, whose priority is expression with the body, with vitality, elegance, beauty and emotion.
An original investigation with the participants into the creation of movement linked to each participant’s physical capacity and potential.

A work of improvisation, and of encounter, which often ignores theatrical techniques, in order to find movements and original dances.


Faso Danse Théâtre is committed to the development of a powerful contemporary dance, anchored in emotion, but always full of reflection and hope. For the company, dance is a commitment, an urgency and a necessity. It is the basis of all the work of Serge Aimé Coulibaly. Both in his creations and in his workshops.

In this workshop, the company tries, together with the participants, to develop an original creativity, asking themselves what the power of a meaningful vocabulary is and what their responsibility is as artists. Along the way they come across words that are danced instead of spoken, if they remain stuck in the depths of the throat. Words that liberate themselves and accompany the body in a revolt of hope. An energy of life, of human encounters, and also of trial and error will be part of the search, always looking for stability.

Together with the participants, the body will be approached politically in the various creations of the company.