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Too Moved to Talk

The company Too moved to talk created by the Brussels dancer and choreographer Fanny Brouyaux in 2018, carries out and develops choreographic projects that attempt to decompartmentalize different artistic languages and their audiences.​


Through figures, character-archetypes or presences, she creates shows at the crossroads of dance, theater and performance.


The name she chose for this company, which could be translated as "Too (é) pour parle", is inspired by the work: "Sorry too moved to talk", by the visual artist Fred Eerdekens.


Fanny Brouyaux chooses this nomination for its sensitive evocation, its invitation to look for non-verbal forms, moving forms of communication and subtle glances at the human.


Too moved to talk product  the works of Fanny Brouyaux and her collaborators

Fanny Brouyaux

Fanny Brouyaux is a dancer, performer and young choreographer based in Brussels, Belgium. After her studies at P.A.R.T.S., she created collective performances for non-traditionally scenic spaces, then joined Taoufiq Izeddiou's company Anania-Danses as a performer for performance "Rev'Illusion". In 2014, inspired by how rumors get spread, she created her first piece "Un bruit", for the 50th anniversary celebrations of Moroccan immigration in Belgium. She later readapted this piece into an urban version with 10 professional and amateur dancers for the 2016 Molendance festival. Her second piece, created in collaboration with actress and performer Sophie Guisset, "On poetry, sport, etc" was presented in February 2019 as part of the XXtime festival at Théâtre de la Balsamine in Brussels and depicts the journey of female emancipation in the form of a physical fable. Today, in parallel to her work as performer for various Belgian companies (cie La peau de l'Autre: , cie Abis: , cie Nyash: and for the choreographer Julie Bougard and as external eye (cie Abis, Espèce de collectif (fr),...). Fanny Brouyaux continues her creative work into a new research project, "Warm", accompanied by various performing artists.


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