Creative research laboratory - Lyon
Theater / Dance / Circus / Music
de création artistique – Lyon
Sunday 30 March
Pascal Quignard wrote these stories for Marie Vialle, so this marvelous actress could perform them on stage. “A man’s body, a woman so old, it’s too big. Snippets of life. There are two of us, me and Lam, on stage. We’re seeking together. We exchange. We do it to bring peace. To calm the living. To calm the dead. To calm the dead who are clamoring inside all the living. Part poem, song, and game.” Marie reprises this triumph of time alone.
Le Triomphe du temps was presented at Les Subsistances September 29–October 7, 2006.
Texte : Pascal Quignard
Mise en scène et interprète : Marie Vialle
Marie Vialle studied at École de la rue Blanche-Ensatt with Redjep Mitrovitsa, Jacques Kraemer and Aurélien Recoing from 1992 to 1994. From 1994 to 1997, she trained at the Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Paris, where she had Daniel Mesguich, Philippe Adrien and Jacques Nichet as professors. On stage, she has acted under the direction of Jean-Michel Rabeux, Jean-Louis Benoît, David Lescot, Renaud Cojo, Jean-Louis Martinelli, Julie Brochen and many others. She has also appeared in the films La Parenthèse enchantée by Michel Spinosa, Julie est amoureuse by Vincent Dietschy, as well as in films directed by Joseph Morder and Thomas Bardinet. She created her first show, Le Nom sur le bout de la langue, in 2005 at the Théâtre de la Bastille in 2005. This play was presented at Les Subsistances during the Week_End Ça Compte! in April 2006.
Sun 30 March 2014 / 16:45
> Week_End Ça Compte ! – avril 2006
> Du 29 septembre au 7 octobre 2006
> Week_End Ça Tchatche – avril 2008
> Pour le festival Parler d’ailleurs – février 2011