Théâtre de l'Instant

Théâtre de l'Instant in Brest, Finistere, France | Theatre

Théâtre de l'Instant, Brest, Bretagne, France

Théâtre de l'Instant, a dramatic independent company funded by the Ministry of Culture and created by Lotti Bernard, actor and director, in 1977. Two years later the company operates in cooperative (SCOP now has eleven partners). She works in a former cinema converted into a small neighborhood theater, the Select, which opens to the public for the creation of the troupe.

Among the fifty mounted creations to date, there are classics, [Molière, for example, through two trilogies in 1983 and 1991], and many contemporary pieces. On two occasions, in 1996 and 1998, Bernard Lotti brings Molière and Horvath in a diptych Don Juan. Welcomed by many theaters throughout France, "Man and gallant man" of the Neapolitan Eduardo De Filippo was played over a hundred times from December 1999 to May 2002.

After Tango Viennese "of Peter Turrini, Théâtre de l'Instant Neapolitan authors found with the" Petite Suite Neapolitan "(a montage of original short plays and songs on tour from 2006 to 2008) and" Quai d "Boarding" by Raffaele Viviani. "Dance of the Rooster", a new translation, is the creation of the 55th troop.

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143 rue Robespierre
02 98 47 14 90
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