Dominique Massat & Jérémie Le Louët

Richard III

A majestic simulation of a megalomaniac based on the work of William Shakespeare

“A language exists which is capable of hoodwinking the Devil himself.” Charles Lamb

He uses all the artifices of theatre: seduction, manipulation, composition, and imprecation, and turns his ascension and fall from power into a very entertaining spectacle. It provides us with an implacable, sarcastic and angry demonstration of the monstrosity of the world. In Richard III, a tragedy of mystification, Dramaticules finds an exhilarating playing space for their language-based experimentations, love of sequencing and “fascination/abhorrence” for power-seeking monsters.