This Thursday, the Monegasque company is offering its theatrical work with Brûler des voitures to schoolchildren and then to the public. A work that brings together nine actors and five creators.
They make a hell of a team! The Leprechauns work day and night to fix all the details of their latest creation: Burn cars.
Matt Hartley’s play, translated from English by Séverine Magois, inspired Sophie Cossu, who directs nine actors and many creators to present, on Thursday at the Théâtre des Variétés, a work that questions human nature in the light of a dramatic event.
“This is the first time we have had such an important theatrical machine,” explains Sophie Cossu. The play, staged by the Monegasque company, has an impressive scenography.
“Jean-Baptiste Nallino, who works for Anthéa in Antibes, designed this imposing device that allows three different apartment interiors.”
To the sound, Clément Althaus. The artist is well known in the region for his musical and lyrical creations at the Opéra de Nice and Anthéa.
It is him that Monaco chose for the musical creation of the sound and light of the Fiefs at the Princely Palace in 2018.
“He has three pieces for which he is a singer-songwriter, and he created the entire sound environment of the piece.”
Light creator, Erik de Saint-Ferréol, who also works at the Théâtre des Variétés, “knows how to create the different atmospheres of the play”.
Finally, to the video, Guillaume Sapey-Triomphe adds his recordings for a total show.
“Burn cars” – Théâtre des Variétés, Thursday, November 7 at 8:30 p.m.
Price: 24 euros.