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THE TROUPE & THE ASSOCIATE ARTISTS
 

THE TROUPE

The Théâtre de la Ville Troupe brings together an ensemble of artists – actors and actresses, a set designer, a playwright, a composer, and authors who have worked with Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota over several years – close to fifteen years for most. Many of them were already present for the creation of Love’s Labor’s Lost by Shakespeare in 1998, nearly all played a part in Six Characters in Search of an Author by Pirandello, Rhinoceros by Ionesco, Man Equals Man by Brecht, Casimir and Caroline by Horváth, Victor ou les Enfants au pouvoir by Vitrac, Ionesco suite as well as one of the six pieces created by Fabrice Melquiot throughout these years, the last of which, Wanted Petula and Bouli année Zéro were for younger audiences. All have accompanied the performances for long tours in France, Europe and around the world (USA, Chile, Argentina, Korea, Russia…). Thanks to this ensemble, the Théâtre de la Ville has a long-term plan for their creations and can present them alternately, like the planned scheduling throughout this whole season, with several works from its repertoire – Pirandello, Ionesco, Balzac and Melquiot – for an ever-changing audience in and outside of France.

SIXTEEN COMEDIANS
Charles-Roger Bour, Céline Carrère, Jauris Casanova, Valérie Dashwood, Philippe Demarle, Sandra Faure, Gaëlle Guillou, Sarah Karbasnikoff, Stéphane Krähenbühl, Olivier Le Borgne, Alain Libolt, Serge Maggiani,  Gérald Maillet, Walter N’Guyen, Hugues Quester, Pascal Vuillemot
ONE MUSICIAN Jefferson Lembeye
ONE SCENOGRAPHER Yves Collet
ARTISTICS COLLABORATORS François Regnault, Christophe Lemaire

 

 

THE TOURS

 The Troupe du Théâtre de la Ville on tour in France and around the world

LE FAISEUR
BALZAC I EMMANUEL DEMARCY-MOTA
Théâtre de la Ville-Abbesses, Paris du 25 sept. au 10 oct. 2015
Théâtre de Sartrouville et des Yvelines-CDN 15 & 16 oct. 2015
Le Grand T-Théâtre de Loire-Atlantique, Nantes du 3 au 11 mars 2016
Le Théâtre-Sénart, scène nationale 16 & 17 mars 2016

SIX PERSONNAGES EN QUÊTE D’AUTEUR
PIRANDELLO I EMMANUEL DEMARCY-MOTA
Singapore International Festival of Arts, Singapour du 10 au 12 sept. 2015
Théâtre National de Bretagne, Rennes du 13 au 16 janv. 2016
Théâtre National de Toulouse du 27 au 30 janv. 2016
Théâtre d’Angoulême, scène nationale 10 & 11 fèv. 2016
Théâtre de la Ville, Paris du 31 mars au 9 avr. 2016

RHINOCÉROS
IONESCO I EMMANUEL DEMARCY-MOTA
Saitama Arts Theater, Tokyo, Japon du 21 au 23 nov. 2015

ALICE ET AUTRES MERVEILLES
FABRICE MELQUIOT I EMMANUEL DEMARCY-MOTA
Théâtre de la Ville, Paris du 28 déc. 2015 au 9 janv. 2016
(tour in progress)

 

THE ASSOCIATED ARTISTS

For several seasons, the Théâtre de la Ville has supported the careers of artists and independent associated companies.


Through a constant dialogue as well as a regular contribution to coproduction and logistics, we enact our willingness to share our tools and an unwavering support for creation. For the duration of the season, associated artists will accompany the Théâtre de la Ville’s project by getting involved in different workshops, writing experiences, meetings and debates.


israel galván

 

Israel Galván is the son of dancer José Galván and Andalusian gypsy dancer Eugenia de los Reyes. In 1984, the Seville native joined the Compañía Andaluza de Danza directed by Mario Maya, and then founded his own company in 1998. Very quickly, he received the most prestigious prizes that recognized his innovative and sophisticated style, including the 2005 Prix National de Dance awarded to him by the Spanish Ministry of Culture. In 2010, Israel Galván obtained the Grand Prix de la Danse du Syndicat de la Critique for El Final de este estado de cosas, redux, a performance staged for the first time at the Théâtre de la Ville in June 2010. He followed with by La Edad de Oro (2011), La curva (2012), LE RÉEL/LO REAL/THE REAL (2013), TOROBAKA (2014), a duo with the choregrapher Akram Khan, and FLA.CO.MEN (2016).


DAVID LESCOT Compagnie du Kaïros

 


Author, stage director, and musician David Lescot has been associated with the Théâtre de la Ville since 2008 when he presented the notable Un Homme en Faillite, Prix du Syndicat de la Critique de la Meilleure Création en Langue Française (2008), prix Nouveau Talent Théâtre de la SACD (2009), L’Européenne, Grand Prix de Littérature Dramatique (2008), La Commission Centrale de l’Enfance, Molière de la Révélation Théâtrale (2009), and Le Système de Ponzi (2012). In 2014, he staged Ceux qui Restent, Prix du Syndicat de la Critique de la Meilleure Création en Langue Française (2014), and in 2015 he created J’ai Trop Peur for the Parcours {enfance & jeunesse}. His works are published by Actes Sud-Papiers.


Rachid Ouramdane Compagnie L’A.

 


Choreographer Rachid Ouramdane creates complex pieces about devices of representation, presented on the international stage. He cultivates an “art of meeting”, whose undivided and sensitive experience requires all prejudices to be put into doubt. Through the art of dance, he attempts to contribute to social debates by developing a poetic form of testimony. Today, he also orients his research towards a form of choreographic writing founded on principals of accumulation for grand ensembles, like in POLICES!, Tout Autour for the Ballet de l’Opéra de Lyon, or in Tenir le Temps, his most recent creation. This artist has been associated with Bonlieu-Scène Nationale d’Annecy since 2005 and the Théâtre de la Ville-Paris since 2010.

 



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