ONE GROUP & TWO ASSOCIATE COMPANIES
Within our group of artists, we have pursued the continuity of our work based on new creation and artistic research as well as on the issues of renewal and development of audiences.
ONE GROUP OF EIGHTEEN ACTORS
Charles-Roger Bour, Céline Carrère, Jauris Casanova, Valérie Dashwood, Philippe Demarle, Thomas Durand, Sandra Faure, Gaëlle Guillou, Anne Kaempf, 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
ONE ARTISTIC COLLABORATOR François Regnault
In parallel with the creations of productions by the company and the associate artists, a vast number of initiatives are being undertaken in a commitment to meeting our spectators: they include theatre workshops or different kinds of encounters (with associations, amateur groups or young people through numerous partnerships with the Éducation Nationale). These endeavours reflect our wish for the Théâtre de la Ville to be a place where artists from the most varied backgrounds and spectators of all ages and from all horizons share their experiences.
The Group brings together the collaborators who have been working with Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota (whether actors, musicians or scenographers), who have been his companions ever since the creation of the Compagnie Théâtre des Millefontaines (1991-2001), the adventure at the Comédie de Reims (2002-2008) and now at the Théâtre de la Ville. Together they have created more than twenty productions over all those years.
ASSOCIATE COMPANIES IN 2013-2014
RACHID OURAMDANE choreographer
DAVID LESCOT playwright-stage director
The presence of associate companies befits our wish to invent a variety of experiences and exchanges between artist, theatre and audiences. Thus we all join forces to share our common desire for creation, dialogue and artistic research.
Throughout the season, the associate artists will therefore participate fully in the Théâtre de la Ville’s overall project and will actively take part in the various workshops, writing experiments, encounters and debates.