“I believe that a game must be invented in which nobody wins.” Jorge Luis Borges
Harold Pinter wrote around twenty sketches and skits for the radio some of which were draft versions for his plays. In Arrêt de jeu, Dramaticules investigates, with a healthy dose of derision, the infinite ways in which a text can be performed. This participatory exercise in style enables Julien Buchy, Jérémie Le Louët and Laurent Papot Papot to look at, in a tangible manner, what is at stake in the language of Harold Pinter, as well as its humour, cruelty and theatricality.
This hour-long encounter combines teaching, pranks, improvisation and acting virtuosity.
Produced by Les Dramaticules
Co-produced by La Communauté d’agglomération du Val de Bièvre