[ PERFORMANCE ] - Bruno Freyssinet


He knew someone pretty well. He knew her or him – maybe like we would have liked to know ourselves – at the second-person. Trained at the National Theatre School Ensatt and at the National School of Cinema Fémis (Script workshop), Bruno Freyssinet plays here Suicide. He has worked, among others, with Gildas Milin (The first one and the last one, TGP), Philippe Rousseau (Pier Paolo Pasolini's life and death by Michel Azama, TNBA), Vincent Dussart (The Dispute by Marivaux, LMP)… As artistic director of La Transplanisphère (www.latransplanisphere.com), he has also directed several plays. His third show When the hand let go, by Bernard Souviraa, was produced with Arcadi and the Centre d'Art et d'Essai in Mont Saint-Aignan. In 2010, he co-directed with William Nadylam Stuff happens by David Hare at the Nanterre-Amandiers Theatre. In 2011, he develops the concept of World crisis theater, an artistic and civil project about the financial crisis. He also leads rec>ON, a European artistic and civil project on people reconciliation in collaboration with artists, young people and representatives of Germany, Armenia, Turkey, and France.


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Art and Science: Self-portrait - 2011 - des Vues de l'esprit