Haitian culture looks at death in a very different way to our own. It is not a hushed-up affair of cofﬁns and closed doors but a loud celebration of all that life has to offer, in this world and the next.
As the sun set, we joined French company Rara Woulib in conjuring the ghosts of the city’s departed for a joyous pilgrimage, seeing why the dead have so much more fun than the living.
Rara Woulib explore des zones frontières, où le spectacle a peu l'habitude d'aller
Libération - France
Co-produced by LIFT and Greenwich + Docklands International Festival and David Binder Productions, as part of Festivals in Transition — Global City Local City with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union, and the Institut Français. Images: Photos Bushido.