At the very end of the Iliade, Priam and Achilles meet: two sworn enemies. Priam crosses the land with a donkey to recover is son, Hector’s, body in Achilles’ tent. “For a moment, protected by the sleep of an entire army, two beings looked at one another. No longer bound by external laws, by learned hatred. They invent a moment that is only for them, made of admiration and tears. Centuries of conditioned rage surges up in their eyes, and lowers: the species recognizes itself. They are quiet, watching each other, eating, sleeping. Their common insignificance counterbalances the tumult that preceeded it.” (Daniel Jeanneteau). The noise and fury of the Iliade transit vis the sonic stage design, entrusted to two young composers: Chia Hui Chen (Taiwan) and Stanislav Makovsky (Russa), and the voice of the actor Laurent Poitrenaux.
DÉJÀ LA NUIT TOMBAIT ( fragments de l'ILIADE), based on a translation of the text by Homere by Frédéric Mugler, éditions Babel – Actes Sud, Premiere 2018
Daniel Jeanneteau conception, director, set design
Chia Hui Chen, Stanislav Makovsky music
Yves Godin lighting
Augustin Muller IRCAM computer music design
with Thibault Lac,Axel Bogousslasky, Thomas Cabel, and the participation of Laurent Poitrenaux (recorded voice).
Performance for the public ages 16 and up.
2-Concert Package: 20€ only for June 22 (In Vivo Théâtre + Réplicas - La Muette)
Daniel Jeanneteau (b. 1963) studied at the Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg and then at the school at the TNS. In 1989, he met Claude Régy with whom he designed sets for 15 years, as well as those of ...