Press

 

The Financial Times – 11/17/2017

“Bidaud herself appeared as the Little Match Girl, gliding around the stage with preternatural ease in the opening scenes. As a choreographer, she has an eye for detail and narrative.” 

 

Ouest France – 05/05/2017

“It was moving, poetic, inventive and sometimes burlesque. Fifty minutes of break, where the time suspends its flight. (…) Hats off to the artists.” 

 

Restitution Etude IADU – 10/02/2017

This survey, launched by two cofounders of the program, the Fondation de France and la Villette, is based on 17 years of the IADU (Initiatives d’Artistes en Danses Urbaines) but also create different supports brought by the institutions of the hip-hop dance.

 

Paris-Normandie – 27/01/2017

“Throughout the school year, the 6th Dimension company provides urban dances classes, as part of the local contract of artistic ad cultural education (Cleac) of the towns community Lyons-Andelles.”

 

L’Impartial – 19/01/2017

“Formed with five dancers, the crew does all it can to pass on its passion with authenticity and sincerity.”

 

Le Parisien – 15/11/2016

“The hip-hop festival is still groovy – the 6th Dimension company, already invited last year, will come to perform its new creation.”

 

Paris-Normandie – 03/11/2016

Hip-hop, is it really serious? is an off the wall show, plenty of humor, where we knock the clichés down.” – extract of the interview of the choreographer Séverine Bidaud

 

Paris-Normandie – Juillet 2016

“These three dancers, who are about thirty, execute with tenderness and humor their feminity and demonstrate that we can dance our own life at 80 years old.”

 

Le Parisien – 24/03/2016

“The 6th Dimension company explores the childhood’s world during a tender trip.”

 

Paris-Normandie – 14/02/16

“The choreographer Séverine Bidaud plays with the bodies and creates a new language, in a world filled with drawings and videos.”

 

Le Courrier Cauchois – 12/02/16

“A cheerful and poetic show, the opportunity to wonder about the difference and the diversity thoughout a symbolic and oneiric trip toward the tales of our childhood.”

 

Magazine Pataques #7 – January-March 2016

“Let’s forget about the tedious lectures, Séverine Bidaud shakes the rules up and makes dance her conference.”

 

Le Courrier Cauchois – 13/05/2016

“Here is a Little Red Riding Hood who combines wonderfully the hip-hop and classic’s codes, half sweatshirt, half tutu.” 

 

Le Courrier Cauchois – May 2016

“During the lessons, the charm worked on the one undred little red riding hoods of Yvetot who discovered with enthusiasm the hip-hop dance.”

 

Le Courrier Cauchois – July 2014
“Because the leitmotif of the 6th dimension is to meet the audiences, as varied as they are, through the dance. With at the heart of the message: making accessible this hip-hop dance.”

 

Paris-Normandie – November 2015

“An original show !”

 

Le Courrier Cauchois – 10/04/2015

“The children were enthoustics and took part actively in the workshop.”

 

Paris-Normandie – 02/04/2015

“We combine the kinds, the different styles to distord the dance.”

 

Télérama.fr – April 2014
“With 6th Dimension company, hip-hop takes itself a blow of feminine gristle and that warms!(…)Around the quest of the ideal man, this show announced as a vitamins’ bomb, opts for virtuosity and humour by surfing on all hip-hop styles.”

 

Le Courrier Cauchois – 17/01/2014
“All generations are invited to come to understand all the cultural wealth that is made hip-hop.”

 

Danser – September 2010
“The 6th Dimension company won Beaumarchais 2010 price from SACD ( Dramatic Authors and Composers Society), with “I feel good” (…) Lady Severine writes 6 women’s portraits, racked with changing time effects…”

 

Le Dauphiné Libéré – 07/04/2014
Nostalgia, but no despair, in this subject handled  with a lot of delicacy, emotion and benevolence.”

 

Paris Art – May 2010
“Everything in Robyn Orlin production is full of lightness…No ham-action, no pride badly placed. Only laugh and derision. And good surprises with the 6th Dimension sextet hip hop dancers, who came to disrupt this pretending cohesion of the play…”

 

Journal de Lillebonne – December 2012
A hip-hop show carried by six dancers who remind the pleasure to grow older.

 

Paris Normandie – January 2014
“The choreographer offers in this 2013 creation a discovery of hip-hop and its movement that has become increasingly growing in France.”

 

Ouest-France – 16/05/2012
“Attractive show title, because it’s true, we feel “good”! We overflow with joy, that gains us, to see on stage six wonderful dancers who give, dance, spin, take all their energy on the ground and share it with strength and emotion in the space.”

 

Loisirs/Culture – L’Aigle – May 2012
“On stage, six excellent hip-hop dancers look at the passing of time and the old age, choreographing portraits of  various feminine lives”.

 

Ouest-France – Orne – L’aigle 11/05/2012
“The 6th Dimension company , on friday night, presents its performance “I feel good”, with six excellent feminine hip-hop dancers, moving around Mao Sidibé ‘s music that revives and adapts to hip-hop style, well-known tunes from the 1930’s to the 1950’s.”

 

Journal de Rouen – 10/05/2011
“With the show “I feel good”, tonight at Hangar 23 in Rouen, Séverine Bidaud alias Lady Severine, gives a tribute to old people…”

 

Espace 93 – Ça m’intéresse – October 2010
“Imagination for school children (…) Three criterions for the young public programme planning in Espace 93 : quality, diversity and understanding. “I feel good” : the title of this performance presented to the youngest public reflects also the audience’s feeling when they came out…”

 

Oxygène n°91 – 23/06/2010
“The company’s choreographer, Séverine Bidaud, conquered jury and public with the play “I feel good”, human and warming piece danced by six young women…”

 

Canal l’agenda – April 2010
“A generous energetic plea for intergenerational solidarity signed by Lady Severine…”

 

Leparisien.fr – May 2012
“The two dancers of 6th Dimension company try to make dance together often turbulent and very energetic toddlers with sometimes shy retired people. A hundred of people arrived yesterday afternoon in Villiers-le-Bel, Espace Marcel Pagnol, to participate in an intergenerational ball which found its public.”

 

Le courrier Cauchois / Yvetot – July 2010
“Girls dance Hip-Hop wonderfully , that’s the 6th Dimension company.”

 

Radikal – December 2003
“The 6th Dimension Company is not hesitant to apply drastic measures. Sound quality and impressive lighting improves. Maximum visibility throughout the room. The innovation: the transparency of the rating.”