This style becomes a high-level exercise for the actor, who is invited to go through anti-psychological acting where everything becomes visible and palpable. We think of Antonin Artaud who considered an actor as “an athlete of emotions”. Movement and gesture serve emotion, the body is all involved into the acting : we are looking for organic ways of passion.
It will be an individual search for actors within a collective exploration, with a strong work on chorus and images.
“It’s a necessity for this style to be considerably convinced and at the same time amazingly technical” Louis Jouvet.
Actor trained at the École Internationale de Théâtre Lassâad, he has also studied at the Conservatoire National Région de Reims, Cours and obtained a Masters Degree in Theatrical Studies. Acting with Les sales mômes compagny (Reims) from 1999 to 2005, he founded Mond´en scène in 2006 in Lille, France.
With this company he has staged ‘A Respectable Wedding’ by Bertolt Brecht (2007) and the performance ‘Unis vers’ which was invited by the Palais des Beaux Arts of Lille. From 2009 until 2013 he has performed ‘Première’, his first prize winning solo show which received the best humor/Solo award from the SACD (Société des Auteurs et Compositeurs d´Arts Dramatiques-Jury 2012). In 2013 he plays “Que diras-tu ce soir?”, another solo. In parallel he creates the collective called S.P.A.(S).M with whom he plays ‘Grit in Have I None’ by Edward Bond, Michel in ‘Spasme #1(2013)’ and Cassio in ‘Othello’ by Carmelo Béné at the Festival des Eurotopiques (Tourcoing).
He became artistic director of Variété Hablingbo, international theater in Sweden where he played a physical comedy entitled Monsieur Charlo.
He has also regularly intervened with specific pedagogical interventions within different workshopsand training courses.