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Aucune idée

© Julie Masson

Von: Christoph Marthaler
​Inszenierung: Christoph Marthaler

What is the connection between the Swiss director Christoph Marthaler and the Scottish actor Graham F. Valentine? A student complicity, countless joint performances, and a keen sense of elegant irreverence.

After a short break, Christoph Marthaler finally returns to Zurich with an evening about the friendship between two artists. Christoph Marthaler and Graham F. Valentine have travelled their path together from the Rote Fabrik and the run-down family guesthouse in the Waldhaus in Sils-Maria to the papal palace in Avignon, never in a straight line, but not without a plan either. Together with the Zurich musician, gambist and baroque cellist Martin Zeller, they have created a new production at the Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne. Marthaler dedicates this evening to his extraordinary actor and singer, with the programmatic title: Aucune idée.

With Graham F. Valentine / Martin Zeller
Staging
Christoph Marthaler
Dramaturgy
Malte Ubenauf
Set Design
Duri Bischoff
Music
Martin Zeller
Costume Design
Sara Kittelmann
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Direction assistant
Camille Logoz / Floriane Mésenge
Light
Jean-Baptiste Boutte
Sound
Charlotte Constant
Set construction, accessories
Atelier du Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne
Translation of surtitles
Camille Logoz / Dominique Godderis-Chouzenoux
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A production of Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne

Coproduction: Festival d’Automne Théâtre de la Ville, Paris
– Temporada Alta, Festival international de Catalunya Giron/Salt – TANDEM Scène nationale – Napoli Teatro – Maillon, Théâtre de Strasbourg, scène européenne – Théâtre National de Nice – CDN Nice Côte d’Azur – Le Manège, Scène nationale, Maubeuge – Fondazione Campania dei Festival, Campania Teatro Festival

Supported by Fondation Françoise Champoud, Pro Helvetia, Fondation Suisse pour la culture

  • The production is mainly in French with German and English surtitles

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