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Bouchra Ouizguen (Morocco)

Born in Ouarzazate, Morocco, and educated in France, Bouchra Ouizguen was a soloist in oriental dance in Morocco from 1995 to 2000. From 1998 to 2001, she studied and performed in Marrakech and in France, with Bernado Montet, Mathilde Monnier and Boris Charmatz. In 2002, Ms. Ouizguen co-founded ANANIA, a contemporary dance company in Marrakech with Taoufiq Izeddiou and Saïd Ait El Moumen. The company created the dance festival ON MARCHE, and Ms. Ouizguen also collaborated in forming the Al Mokhtabar contemporary dance company. Her choreographic works include: Ana Ounta(2002); Fina ken'ti (2002); Mort et moi(2005); Déserts, desires with Taoufiq Izeddiou (2006); Aïta with Naïma Sahmoud (2007); and Madame Plaza (2008-2009). They have been presented throughout Morocco and in France, and were included in the prestigious Montpellier Dance Festival. Madame Plaza was presented as part of the 2010 FIAF Crossing the Line Festival in NYC. Since 2007, Ms. Ouizguen has been a co-organizer of the annual festival Rencontres Choreographiques of Marrakech.


Interview in Time Out New York

Review “Madame Plaza

Article about Bouchra Ouizguen

Season 2012-2013
Photo Bouchra Ouizguen - HA
Season 2017-2018
Photo Bouchra Ouizgen - Ottof