Saïgon, by Caroline Guiela Nguyen

Somewhere between the end of the Indochina War and the twilight of the twentieth century, Caroline Guiela Nguyen brings us the stories of Vietnamese exiles. The dramatist draws out a gentle, colourful melodrama from these voices.

Published on 03/05/2019

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Suite no. 2, by Joris Lacoste

With Suite n°2 Joris Lacoste has created an ambitious project that compiles speeches recorded around the world, combining music, theatre and poetry.

Published on 06/05/2019

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Doreen, by David Geselson

By adapting Andre Gorz's declaration of love to his wife Doreen, David Geselson tells the story of a couple who have spent fifty years and are preparing to die together.

 

Published on 09/05/2019

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Liliom, directed by Jean Bellorini

With his staging of Liliom, Jean Bellorini immerses the spectator in a world where dreams meet misery, and confirms his position as a prodigy of the French theatre.

Updated on 07/08/2019

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Unwanted, by Dorothée Munyaneza

With strength and energy, Unwanted by Dorothée Munyaneza recounts the trauma of wartime rape. The young Rwandan artist gives a voice to women and children who are often silenced.

Published on 05/04/2019

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Mohamed El Khatib

Rather than using his writing talent for “theses that never get read”, Mohamed El Khatib prefers to create shows with the people he meets, especially those would never have thought of stepping foot in a theatre.

Updated on 14/03/2019

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Philippe Quesne

The director of the Theatre des Amandiers in Nanterre, Philippe Quesne experiments, playing with conventions of the genre to create a world with uncertain outlines, combining dreams and materials, allegories and experiments, theatre and fine arts.

Updated on 10/02/2021

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Pollock, by Fabrice Melquiot and Paul Desveaux

Performed in 2018 at the Abrons Arts Center in New York, Pollock brings the tumultuous duo of the American painter and icon of abstract expressionism, and his partner Lee Krasner back to life on stage.

Updated on 21/05/2019

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End of Europe ("Fin de l'Europe"), by Rafael Spregelburd

In End of Europe, Rafael Spregelburd plays with the theme of the end using humour that combines irony and cynicism: isn’t it better to laugh at all those who proclaim the end just to take advantage of the terror it arouses?

Published on 29/07/2019

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The Bearded Doll (La Poupée barbue), by Edouard Elvis Bvouma

After his noted Playing War like Playing Gameboy (“À la guerre comme à la Gameboy”), Cameroonian author Edouard Elvis Bvouma again examines the lives of children tormented by civil war in The Bearded Doll, the tale of a sexually-abused young girl.

Published on 23/07/2019

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