Philippe Minyana / Laurent Charpentier
Mar 07Mar 17, 2022
10 € to 22 €
Laurent Charpentier has been inhabiting the dwellings of Philippe Minyana forever so it seems. The author has written his new private epic for him.
The author and the stage director know one another so well that the author has conjured up the second brother of the two, together in the childhood home, sharing in the same experiences: a dish of pasta, or the death of the father, the mother, moments of joy, small fears and great tragedies of life. Igor, Paul and Aïda look at days in relation to the present, saying, albeit unconvincingly: “We can’t wait until we’re grown up!” Perhaps they have already as they rearrange their recollections to build a le¬gend. The venture into the deep forests of childhood, through the archeological layers of memory in search of “time regained” led Laurent Charpentier to review his recollections of slide evenings, his devotion to Bergman films and Boltanski ins¬tallations, his phantoms and his friends, bringing them all together. And he plays the role of Igoraracter: “The other day I had a great moment of joy, but I cannot remember why.”
TEXTE Philippe Minyana MISE EN SCÈNE Laurent Charpentier
SCÉNOGRAPHIE GASPARD PINTA // LUMIÈRES LAÏS FOULC // DRAMATURGIE LUC CERUTTI // ASSISTANT À LA MISE EN SCÈNE ALEXANDRE HORRÉARD
AVEC LAURENT CHARPENTIER, PIERRE MOURE, PAULINE LORILLARD