Jérémie Le Louët
Jérémie Le Louët trained at Cours Florent under the supervision of Stéphane Auvray-Nauroy and Michel Fau. He was directed by Valéry Warnotte in Elle, by Jean Genet, at Théâtre le Colombier (1999/2000), Julien Kosellek and Stéphane Auvray-Nauroy in Marion Delorme and Le Roi s’amuse by Victor Hugo at Théâtre du Marais (2000/01 and 2003/04), Caroline Carpentier in Un Fil à la patte, by Feydeau at Trianon (2002/03) and by Séverine Chavrier in Chat en poche de Georges Feydeau at Théâtre du Nord-Ouest (2004/05). He collaborated with Orchestre de Paris, directed at that time by Marek Janowski in an illustration, via a prologue, of the Pastoral Symphony, by Beethoven at Théâtre Mogador (2004/05). He then performed in Rated X, a new work by Angelo Pavia, at MC93, in Bobigny (2006/07).
In Octobre 2002, he brought together a group of actors from his generation, an encounter which lead to the founding of Compagnie des Dramaticules. He directed Macbett, by Ionesco, (2004/05), Hot House, by Harold Pinter (2007/08), Un Pinocchio de moins !, based on the work by d’après Carlo Collodi (2008/09), Le Horla, by Guy de Maupassant (2009/10), Salomé, by Oscar Wilde (2010/11), Richard III, by William Shakespeare (2012/13), Affreux, bêtes et pédants (2013/14), L’Ubu roi des Dramaticules, based on the work by Alfred Jarry (2014/15), Don Quichotte based on the work by Miguel de Cervantes (2015/16), Hamlet, by William Shakespeare (2018/19) and Pinocchio, based on the work by Carlo Collodi (2020/21). He has performed in all the pieces by Dramaticules.