Cultural Actions


“An actor onstage is like a log in the fire. When the flame of the dialogue dies out, the embers of the situation should still remain. Only bad wood stops burning when the flames fade. Is it up to the poet to breathe new life into it?” Victor Hugo

Jérémie Le Louët views teaching as the extension of his role as the head of a troupe. For him, dialogue and the transmission of knowledge are fundamental actions giving rise to numerous encounters and which feed into his work as a theatre practitioner.