Here is the storm that begins
with the students of the Studio de Formation théâtrale de Vitry
from The Winter's Tale
by William Shakespeare
translation of Bernard-Marie Koltes
director Sylvain Levitte
Alexandre Becourt, Arthur Boucheny, Lou Dubernat, Inès Fakhet, Célia Farenc, Matteo Gaya, Julien Gerard, Clémence Henry, Kessy Huebi-Martel, Charlène Juvé, Jeanne Lasserre, Mateo Nedellec, Amel Nemras, Alice Piatier, Juliette Perret, Joana Rebelo, Emile rigaud
duration of the show: 1h30
Theater of the Oppressed - Paris
June 14, 2021 - 7 p.m.
June 15, 2021 - 9 p.m.
after Shakespeare's Winter Tale, translated by Koltès
Shakespeare's penultimate play, The Winter's Tale is a mystery and so are its characters. Each seems to be defined very clearly and yet they are all more complex than they appear. To stage part of the Winter's Tale is not to try to elucidate the enigmas it contains, but to show them so that everyone can feel the depth of our humanities. Listening to our dreams, our nightmares, our hopes, fears and doubts to deliver a feeling rather than a certainty.
With 17 students from the Studio de Formation théâtrale de Vitry, we studied and tried to uncover the secrets and humanities of three characters from the Winter Tale : Léontes, Antigonus and Autolycus ...