Exploring the Vibrant World of Contemporary Theater at Vidy-Lausanne

Welcome to the captivating world of Vidy-Lausanne Theater, where Swiss and European theatrical masterpieces come to life. From thought-provoking performances on ecology, feminism, and racial issues to mesmerizing narratives that push the boundaries of storytelling, this season promises to be a feast for the senses. Join me, Emily Bennett, as we embark on a journey through the upcoming shows and explore the diverse and vibrant world of contemporary theater at Vidy-Lausanne.

A Captivating Season Opener: 'Le Ciel de Nantes'

Discover the highly anticipated return of Chiara Mastroianni to the Vidy-Lausanne Theater in Christophe Honoré's 'Le Ciel de Nantes'.

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Get ready to be enthralled as the curtains rise on the season with 'Le Ciel de Nantes', a mesmerizing production by Christophe Honoré. This eagerly awaited performance marks the theater debut of the talented actress Chiara Mastroianni, who graces the shores of Lake Geneva with her remarkable presence. Vincent Baudriller, the director of Vidy-Lausanne Theater, reminds us of the significance of this momentous occasion.

With its captivating narrative and thought-provoking themes, 'Le Ciel de Nantes' sets the stage for an unforgettable theatrical experience. Dive into the world of this remarkable play and witness the magic unfold before your eyes.

Exploring the Complexities of Contemporary Issues in 'La Vie sur Mars'

Embark on a journey of exploration as Pauline Julier presents 'La Vie sur Mars', a multi-dimensional experience that delves into the complexities of contemporary issues.

Pauline Julier takes us on an extraordinary adventure with 'La Vie sur Mars', an immersive experience that combines an exhibition, a show, and a film. Through the documentary film 'Follow the water', filmed in the Atacama Desert in Chile, Julier delves into the parallels between the mining industry, NASA's work, and the right to access water for the inhabitants. This thought-provoking exploration challenges our perceptions and invites us to reflect on the interconnectedness of these pressing issues.

Prepare to be captivated by the stunning visuals and thought-provoking insights as 'La Vie sur Mars' pushes the boundaries of artistic expression. Join Pauline Julier on this extraordinary journey and gain a deeper understanding of the complexities surrounding contemporary challenges.

Unveiling the Apocalyptic Heatwave in 'Présence de la mort'

Experience the intensity of Charles Ferdinand Ramuz's 'Présence de la mort' as Sarah Eltschinger brings this apocalyptic tale to life.

Step into the world of Charles Ferdinand Ramuz's 'Présence de la mort' as Sarah Eltschinger takes the stage in a powerful portrayal of an apocalyptic heatwave that engulfed the canton of Vaud in 1922. Through her mesmerizing performance, Eltschinger brings to life the intensity and despair that permeates Ramuz's evocative writing.

Immerse yourself in the gripping narrative of 'Présence de la mort' and witness the raw emotions and vivid imagery that unfold on stage. Sarah Eltschinger's masterful interpretation will leave you captivated and moved.

Exploring the Boundaries of Reality in 'Angela'

Delve into the surreal world of 'Angela' as Susanne Kennedy and Markus Selg push the boundaries of reality and digital narratives.

Prepare to be transported into a world of unreality as director Susanne Kennedy and multimedia artist Markus Selg present 'Angela'. This groundbreaking duo explores the life of a woman trapped in a state of 'derealization', navigating the confines of her apartment, her body, and her screens. Through a mesmerizing blend of oneiric and digital storytelling, 'Angela' challenges our perceptions of reality and the impact of social media on our lives.

Join Kennedy and Selg on this extraordinary journey and witness the power of theater to push the boundaries of what is real. 'Angela' is a captivating exploration of the intersection between technology, identity, and the human experience.

Celebrating Diversity and Inclusion at the Festival Programme commun

Experience the vibrant celebration of diversity and inclusion at the Festival Programme commun, featuring a diverse lineup of performances across multiple venues in Lausanne.

From March 14th to 24th, Lausanne comes alive with the Festival Programme commun, a dynamic event taking place across four venues: Vidy, l'Arsenic, the Théâtre Sévelin 36, and Plateforme 10. This eagerly anticipated festival showcases a diverse range of performances that celebrate the power of art to unite and inspire.

Experience the magic of this vibrant festival as artists from various backgrounds come together to share their unique perspectives and narratives. Be prepared to be moved, entertained, and enlightened as the Festival Programme commun embraces diversity and inclusion in all its forms.

Exploring Personal Journeys and Societal Challenges in 'Magda Toffler' and 'Attempt at Dying'

Join Boris Nikitin as he presents two powerful autobiographical stories, 'Magda Toffler' and 'Attempt at Dying', that delve into personal journeys and societal challenges.

Boris Nikitin, a Basel-based author and director, invites us on a deeply personal journey with his powerful performances of 'Magda Toffler' and 'Attempt at Dying'. In 'Magda Toffler', Nikitin explores the hidden secrets of his family's past, discovering his grandmother's survival during the war while most of his Jewish family members perished in concentration camps. In 'Attempt at Dying', he delves into the courage it took for his father to seek assistance from Exit at the end of his life, paralleling it with his own journey of self-discovery as a homosexual.

Through these poignant and introspective performances, Nikitin invites us to reflect on our own personal journeys and the societal challenges that shape our lives. Join him on this emotional exploration and gain a deeper understanding of the complexities of the human experience.

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