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Phia Ménard / Compagnie Non Nova
La Trilogie des Contes Immoraux (pour Europe)
Partie 1 : Maison Mère
Partie 2 : Temple Père
Partie 3 : La Rencontre Interdite
Performance
Language Partie 2 : Temple Père: Passages in different languages ​​with German and English translation
Duration approx. 3 hours
Prices EUR 12 / 18 / 28 / 35 / 45
Dates
24. August
Tuesday
Time 7pm
 
25. August
Wednesday
Time 7pm
 
26. August
Thursday
Time 7pm
 
© Christophe Raynaud de Lage
© Christophe Raynaud de Lage
© Jean Luc Beaujault
© Christophe Raynaud de Lage
© Christophe Raynaud de Lage
© Yann Peucat
  • Evening programme

    Please click here to download the evening programme.

  • Supported by

    The performances in Vienna are supported by Institut Français

Phia Ménard is an uncompromisingly interdisciplinary artist whose practice is located between theatre, the arts of the circus, and the visual arts. In 2019 she had a surprise hit at the Wiener Festwochen with Maison Mère. This year she returns with a triptych production of all three Immoral Tales. From Mother House to Father Temple and The Forbidden Encounter, Ménard questions the foundations of a united Europe. A captivating stage presence and hyperprecise actions create vivid pictures. A larger-than-life punk Athena, she is seen purposefully carrying out her construction work, strengthening fragile cardboard walls so they stand firm against the forces of gravity. And yet, her cardboard Parthenon is on shaky ground. Ménard’s minimal stage constructions demonstrate a Europe that is unable to provide protection, that collapses unprotected, or is only able to subsist through continual exploitation and constant growth. La Trilogie des Contes Immoraux (pour Europe) is an epoch-making composition made up of iconic architectures, a risky striving for power, and the forceful nature of civilisation. Europe dies as an ice-bound queen. And the audience becomes accomplice.

  • Artistic Team

    Idea, Set, Artistic Direction Phia Ménard Dramaturgy Jonathan Drillet By and with Fanny Alvarez, Rémy Balagué, Inga Huld Hákonardóttir, Erwan Ha Kyoon Larcher, Elise Legros, Phia Ménard Light design Eric Soyer Light assistance Gwendal Malard With music by Ivan Roussel Direction assistance Clarisse Delile Costume Fabrice Ilia Leroy Costume assistance Yolène Guais Technical management François Aubry aka Moustache Set construction, props Philippe Ragot, Pierre Blanchet, Rodolphe Thibaud Light engineering Aliénor Lebert Sound engineering Ivan Roussel, Mateo Provost (alternating) Stage management François Aubry, Pierre Blanchet, David Leblanc, Rodolphe Thibaud, Félix Löhmann, Philippe Marie Production management, Distribution Claire Massonnet Technical direction Olivier Gicquiaud Production assistance Clarisse Mérot Public relations Adrien Poulard

  • Production

    Production Compagnie Non Nova Coproduction Wiener Festwochen, TNB - Centre Européen Théâtral et Chorégraphique (Rennes), documenta 14 (Kassel), Malraux scène nationale Chambéry Savoie, Bonlieu Scène nationale (Annecy) & Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne as part of the Interreg Programme, funded by the European Regional Development Fund (France-Switzerland, 2014-2020), Le Quai CDN (Angers Pays de la Loire), Scène nationale d’Orléans, Tandem scène nationale (Arras, Douai), MC93 - Maison de la Culture de Seine-Saint-Denis (Bobigny), Scène nationale du Sud-Aquitain (Bayonne), Le Grand T (Nantes), Les Quinconces & L’Espal - Scène Nationale du Mans, Le Carré - Scène nationale et Centre d’Art contemporain de Château-Gontier, Théâtre des Quatre Saisons (Gradignan), Théâtre Molière Sète, scène nationale archipel de Thau Residency TNB - Centre Européen Théâtral et Chorégraphique (Rennes) With the support of Institut Français

    Premiere July 2021, Festival d´Avignon

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