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Emilie Incerti-Formentini

A Staged Reading

Directed by Guillaume Vincent
Featuring Émilie Incerti Formentini

September 29 at 5 pm
Whitman College Class of 1970 Theater
Duration: 60 minutes, no intermission
Performed in French

Tickets are free but must be reserved – click here to RSVP

Guillaume Vincent returns to Seuls en Scène (Rendez-vous Gare de l’Est – 2013) with a staged reading featuring Emilie Incerti-Formentini who will read, in French, L’histoire de l’agression à l’arme blanche, a short story by Joyce Carol Oates from her collection of short stories Terres amères (The Story of the Stabbing/Sourland).

Guillaume Vincent and Emilie Incerti-Formentini met at L’École du TNS in 1999, and have been collaborating ever since. Among many other projects, they created together the critically-acclaimed Rendez-vous Gare de l’Est. Last season Incerti-Formentini starred in Vincent’s Songes et Métamorphoses.

Guillaume Vincent (Born 1977) has emerged as one of France’s most innovative new directors. He directs classical and contemporary texts, as well as his own texts and operas. His last creation, Songes et Métamorphoses, toured throughout France in 2016-2017.

 

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GETTING HERE

The Class of 1970 Theater is located in Whitman College on the University campus. To access the theater on foot, enter Whitman College from Elm Drive. From the Guggenheim Gallery, follow the hallway to your right and use the ramp to enter Whitman Theater.

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PRESENTED BY

In association with TNB – Théâtre National de Bretagne / Centre Européen Théâtral et Chorégraphique

Lewis Center for the Arts

Department of French and Italian
L’Avant-Scène
Council of the Humanities

Cultural Services of the French Embassy
Institut français

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