Flore Herman
Sara Sampelayo
Anne-Cécile Massoni
Eno Krojanker
Diane Fourdrignier
© Olivier Donnet
Adrien Drumel

Translation available soon

Lorette Moreau

Lorette Moreau graduated in 2012 from the Conservatoire de Mons/ARTS² in the performing arts department. She worked, as a trainee, with Anne Thuot on the creation Flash Flow I, presented at Festival XS, in Théâtre National (Brussels) in 2012.

After her graduation, she worked on several project with Anne Thuot, as an assistant director: Histoires pour faire des cauchemarsJ’ai enduré vos discours et j’ai l’oreille en feu and Wild. As an actress, she played in Flash Flow III and Histoires pour faire des cauchemars, two projects directed by Anne Thuot.

During the season 2012-2013, her research project, Cataclop enzovoorts got developed in residency in Théâtre des Doms (Avignon) and in the Laboréales, which supports young transdisciplinary creation. This project was mentored by Grand Magasin, a french theatre company.

She worked with Adrien Drumel on his project J’ai enterré mon frère pour danser sur sa tombe, presented in june 2014 in La Bellone (Brussels). 

She has written, along with Axel Cornil, the play On va bâtir une île et élever des palmiers, based on the essay The Empathic Civilization by Jeremy Rikfin. This project was created in residency in La Fabrique de Théâtre (Frameries) and Le corridor (Liège).

In januari 2016, she directed Cataclop enzovoorts in La Balsamine (Brussels).

www.cataclopenzovoorts.be

Salomé Richard
© Valérie Burton
Mylène Lauzon
Octavie Piéron
Sarah Vanhee
© Phile Deprez

Sarah Vanhee's artistic practice is linked to performance, visual arts and literature. Her work unfolds in different formats such as an auction of ideas, a meeting between strangers, a screamed lecture, an intrusion, etc. Often it is (re)created in situ. Projects took place in living-rooms, in prison, in various assemblies, on a bench in a park,... much on the brink of (in)visibility. Recent works include The C-Project (2010), Turning Turning (a choreography of thoughts) (2011), Untitled (2012), Lecture For Every One (2013), I screamed and I screamed and I screamed (2013), Oblivion (2015). Vanhee’s work has been presented widely internationally, both in performing arts and visual arts contexts. Vanhee is co-author of Untranslatables (a guide to translingual dialogue), and author of The Miraculous Life of Claire C, TT and Wild

www.sarahvanhee.com

Antoine Pickels
Camille Motté

Camille Motté est une femme pleine de vie, tout droit descendue des montagnes, elle a suivi des études universitaires d'abord en France puis en Belgique au Centre d'Études Théâtrales de Louvain-la-Neuve. En parallèle de l'école, elle travaillera comme assistante à la mise en scène avec La Fabrique des Petites Utopies (L'Auberge de Monsieur Kafka) et Pascal Crochet (Joyo ne chante plus).

En 2013, elle crée avec Amalia Rodriguez et Anouchka Crahay, la cie Les Orties Brûlantes.

En parallèle de son travail artistique, elle s'occupe de la diffusion des spectacles jeunes publics du Collectif Rien de Spécial (Pourquoi faut-il mettre son bonnet quand on sort de la piscine ?) et d'Anne Thuot (Histoires pour faire des cauchemars, Wild). Elle travaille également depuis septembre 2015 avec le Tof Théâtre.