The 75th Festival d’Avignon, theater in the spotlight

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The 75th Festival d’Avignon opens in the main courtyard of the Palais des Papes this Monday, July 5. A special edition that will be lived at the rate of health restrictions. A rich program with around forty shows in the “In”, more than a thousand in the “Off”, which starts this Wednesday.

On the occasion of the 75e edition of the Avignon Theater Festival, Theo Mercier produced the official poster. He is also invited to the Lambert Collection to invest the large basement rooms transformed into an art center dedicated to experimental practices.

He presents the “Outremonde” exhibition, a veritable collaborative biotope organized as an exhibition-decor between science fiction films and post-apocalyptic dystopias.

The photojournalist and director Gregory Korganow exhibits until July 24 at the Church of Celestines. An exhibition called “Close”, open every day from 11 am to 6 pm, except July 11, 15 and 18. It is about revealing new facets of a universe that you know well, that of the prison.

Alexis Armengol is at the origin of the Company “Théâtre à Cru”. From July 6 until July 25, he presents at the Manufacture a piece entitled “Vu d’Ici”. A play that speaks to us of otherness, through the relationship between two brothers, Frédérick (Laurent Seron-Keller) and Stéphane (Alexandre Le Nours).

Reportage : Fanny Bleichner was interested in “Hamlet à l’Impératif”, the soap opera in 10 episodes and the play in 5 performances in the garden of the Ceccano Library until July 23 at noon.


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