crédit : Aiuto! Rémi Pollio
crédit Jessica Calvo
Laughton struggles to grow in the company of his mother and the inattentive Ours (“The Bear”), the man who occupies the role of father figure.
He meets Vivi, whose cheekiness conceals a deep sense of vulnerability. These four characters struggle to find their place in the world they inhabit. Ill-equipped to do what is expected of them, they do what they can, with their history, their anxieties, their anger, and their limitations. They are haunted by a storm of uncertainties. To keep these at bay, Laughton plays, his mother writes, his father gardens and Vivi invents another life. In a mix of humour and family drama, we follow Laughton as he tries to break the silence and shatter the foundations of unspoken family secrets.
Émilie Le Roux staged her first production in 2002: Electra/Elektra after Sophocles and Hoffmansthal. Since 2007, she has explored, with the theatre company Les Veilleurs, a range of ethical issues through staging pieces by mainly contemporary authors, including Nathalie Papin, Sylvain Levey, Jacques Rebotier, Bernard-Marie Koltès, Catherine Zambon, Philippe Dorin, and Élisabeth Gonçalves.
Over the years, her theatrical work has also been enriched by musical and choreographic collaborations. For music, she works mostly with Théo Ceccaldi, Valentin Ceccaldi and Roberto Negro, members of the Orléans collective Le Tricollectif. She also collaborates with Adéli Motchan and Christophe Delachaux on choreography, with Geneviève Burnod and Xavier Machault providing vocal support for her creations.
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