Project Description

Company

Compagnie Louis Brouillard

Director

Joël Pommerat

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Credits

Conception: Joël Pommerat
Cast: Saadia Bentaïeb, Agnès Berthon, Yannick Choirat, Eric Feldman, Philippe Frécon, Yvain Juillard, Anthony Moreau, Ruth Olaizola, Gérard Potier, Anne Rotger, David Sighicelli, Maxime Tshibangu, Simon Verjans, Bogdan Zamfir
Set and Lightning Design: Eric Soyer
Costume Design and Image research: Isabelle Deffin
Wigs: Estelle Tolstoukine
Chambermaid/Dressmaker: Elise Leilard, Claire Lezer, Lise Crétiaux e equipe de Nanterre-Amandiers.
Wigs collaboration: Julie Poulain
Sound Design: François Leymarie
Music Reseach: Gilles Rico
Sound Reseach and Spatialization: Grégoire Leymarie e Manuel Poletti (Music Unit/Ircam)
Playwright: Marion Boudier
Artistic Collaborators: Marie Piemontese, Philippe Carbonneaux
Assistant Director: Lucia Trotta
History Consultant: Guillaume Mazeau
Assistant Playwright and documentation: Guillaume Lambert
Playwright Collaborator and documentation: Marie Maucorps
History Consultant collaborator: Aurore Chery
Technical director: Emmanuel Abate
Set Assembly: Ateliers de Nanterre-Amandiers
Furniture Making:  Thomas Ramon – Artom
Prop Makers: Jean-Pierra Costanziello, Mathieu Mironnet, Pierre-Yver Le Borgne
Light Operators: Julien Chatenet ou Gwendal Malard
Sound Operators: Grégoire Leymarie
Stage Directors: Jean-Pierre Costanziello, Mathieu Mironnet, Pierre-Yves Le Borgne
Hairdressers: Claire Lezer ou Siegrid Petit-Imbert, Lise Crétiaux
Costume Design Apprentice: Aloys Picaud, Eloïse Pons
Set Design Apprentice: Laura Chollet
Playwright and Direction Apprentices: Elise Boch, Pauline Collet
Special Thanks to: Olivier Warusfel from the Département Espaces Acoustiques and Cognitifs of lÍRCAM; to Guy Tabard (sound360), Gaetan Byk (Amadeus France) and Emmanuel Abate (Cie Luis Brouillard) for their research on grandstand distribution; and to the sound team of Nanterre-Amandiers, represented by Alain Gravier.
Production: Companhia Louis Brouillard
Coproduction: Nanterre-Amandiers, Centre Dramatique National, Le MANEGE-MONS/Scène Transfrontalière de Création et de Diffusion, Mons 2015/Capitaleeuropéenne de la Culture, Théâtre National/Bruxelles, ESACT/Liège, Mostra Internacional de Teatro de São Paulo, Les Théâtres de laVille de Luxembourg, MC2/Maison de la Culture de Grenoble, La Filature/Scène Nationale de Mulhouse, Espace Malraux/Scène Nationale de Chambéry et de la Savoie, Théâtre du Nord/CDN Lille-Tourcoing-Nord-Pas-de-Calais, FACM/Festival Théâtraldu Val d’Oise, L’Apostrophe/Scène Nationale de Cergy-Pontoise et du Val d’Oise, Centre Nationaldes Arts/Ottawa, Théâtre National Populaire/Villeurbanne e Célestins/Théâtre de Lyon, Le Volcan/Scène Nationale du Havre, Le Rive Gauche/Scène Conventionnée de St Etienne du Rouvray, Bonlieu/Scènenationale d’Annecy, le Grand T, Théâtre de Loire- Atlantique/Nantes

Synopsis

Ça ira is a contemporary political fiction inspired by the revolutionary process of 1789 in France. What drives men to the conquest of power? What new strategies can be introduced between man and society? Between fiction and reality, Ça ira talks about the fight for democracy.

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