All ages, from the crib to the grave, are participants of humanity.
Not childhood, adolescence, or adulthood would be likely regard ed as pre-, post- or sub-human.
A premise is at the start of this project: Observing three people on stage, growing up physically and intellectually within one hour.
And taking this premise literally: gathering nine actors, three children, three teenagers and three adults to play the same role.
Within the theatrical hour that is given to us, the attempt is to reach the impossible: observing people growing up.
In the making of our piece, it is about taking the advantage of the theatrical illusion, which enables among other things, the making of a fiction.
Using theatre to produce the impossible, images, and unmanageable situations, to better question reality, or rather to better contaminate reality through fiction.
Observing human beings constructing and deconstructing themselves:
Observing human beings constructing and deconstructing themselves: What kind of child were we, What kind of teenager have we been, what kind of adults are we…
How did we get there?
Fanny de Chaillé
Paris, November 3, 2015