In both the premiere and on tour, the company favours the exchange with the audiences of its shows, regardless of their age or experience of the stage. School audiences, reintegration, amateurs,… Adequate’s will is to share a universe, a professional practice, to discover a creative process, and to open up possibilities. All projects are built in partnership with the reception facilities, according to the public concerned. The forms are many and others have yet to be invented: practice workshops, master classes, public rehearsals, eye workshops,…


Cursus # Arcachon

September 2019

Cursus – Arcachon

Creative project for teachers dancing in the same territory. Kind of mini-portraits, based on their journey in dance.

Saturday, September 21, 2019

Play for l’INSA Toulouse

March 2020

Creation for INSA Toulouse

Order of the INSA toulouse, in connection with the NCC- Malandain Ballet Biarritz, for art students of INSA, around the repertoire of Adequate.

Monday 2 March 2020 in Toulouse (31) and Friday 27 March 2020 in Biarritz (64)

Confluence Project

April 2020

A music and dance creation project, at the invitation of the Champs-Élysées Orchestra and the TAP- Théâtre Auditorium de Poitiers, Lucie Augeai and David Gernez will conduct choreographic workshops with an audience with a disability, with a view to creating a short piece.

April 3, 2020 at the Festival À Corps, Poitiers (86)

Mixed Party

May 2020

Mix night around Job with La Canopy, Ruffec (16)

A first for the team, Adéquate takes over the dance floor, to continue the evening after the performance of Job at the Canopy on May 5, 2020: playlist, flashmob and other choreographic surprises.

Formation for the ESPE of the Limoges Academy

June 2020

Training for the ESPE of the Limoges Academy

An awareness course designed in partnership with the Imprint and the teaching teams of The Espé, to accompany students, future teachers, in the discovery and implementation of dance and/or music projects.

With the transmission of educational tools, practice workshops and a representation of Douce dame (Sweet lady) for this audience.