What's a drama school? How does one become an actor? And above all: how can it change one's life? I have very few memories anyway takes the form of a collection of testimonies to recall the exceptional experience, both in terms of its brevity (1987-1989) and of its intensity, of the young aspiring actors and directors who studied at the school founded by Antoine Vitez at the Théâtre national de Chaillot. To commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of his passing, Éric Louis, who once took part in this now mythical adventure, decided to bring together the recollections of former students. This work of remembrance gave rise to a polyphonic show, embodied onstage by young student-actors who are now going through the same experience. They give the words of their forebears an echo in which can be heard at once the relevance of Antoine Vitez's teachings and the posterity of his thought. A story of transmission, encounters, and self-discovery—but first and foremost of theatre.
With the École nationale supérieure des arts et techniques du théâtre – Lyon and the École régionale des acteurs de Cannes et Marseille.
With Éléonore Alpi, Ligia Aranda Martinez, Maxime Christian,Ioachim Dabija, Adrien Françon, Mélina Fromont, Katell Jan, Heidi Johansson, Benoit Moreira Da Silva, Léonce Pruvost, Lola Roy, Quentin Wasner-Launois
Text, adaptation and direction Éric Louis Lumière Nanouk Marty assistée de Jasmine Tison et Alice Nedelec Sound Pierre-Etienne Guillem Costumes Noé Quilichini Vocal work Jeanne Sarah Deledicq Assistant direction Clémentine Vignais
Co-production École nationale supérieure des arts et techniques du théâtre (Lyon), École régionale d'acteurs de Cannes et Marseille With the support of compagnie La Nuit surprise par le Jour