by Guillaume Vincent

September 30 at 4 pm & 8 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



Photo by Elisabeth Carrechio

Guillaume Vincent returns to Seuls en Scène (Rendez-vous Gare de l’Est – 2013) with Myrrha, a part of Songes et Métamorphoses that he recently directed and presented throughout France. Songes et Métamorphoses is a show in two parts: Le Songe d’une nuit d’été (Midsummer Night’s Dream) by Shakespeare, followed by Les Métamorphoses, a text written by Vincent and inspired by Shakespeare’s words.

In Les Métamorphoses, Vincent uses several Ovidian myths, such as Myrrha, that he adapts to our time: high school students perform the myth in their theater class as a way of questioning the limits of performance, as well as their own identity and existence.

Guillaume Vincent will also direct a staged reading of 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), performed by Émilie Incerti Formentini (Rendez-Vous Gare de l’Est) at the Whitman College Class of 1970 Theater on Friday, September 29, at 5 pm. Presented in association with TNB – Théâtre National de Bretagne in Rennes.


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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Written and directed by: Guillaume Vincent
Performed by: Elsa Agnès, Elsa Guedj, Hector Manuel, Gerard Watkins, and Maurin Ollès.
Dramaturgy by: Marion Stoufflet
Costumes by: Lucie Durand
Production by: Laure Duqué
Production: Cie MidiMinuit
Co-production: La Comédie de Reims-CDN, Odéon-théâtre de l’Europe, l’Ircam-Centre Pompidou, CDN Besançon Franche-Comté, Le Lieu unique scène nationale de Nantes, le Printemps des Comédiens, le Centre Dramatique National Orléans/Loiret/Centre, La scène nationale d’Albi, Théâtre de Caen, Comédie de Caen-Centre dramatique national de Normandie, Le TANDEM-Scène nationale, Le Cratère, scène nationale d’Alès, Théâtre Ouvert-centre national des dramaturgies contemporaines.

With the support of : Jeune Théâtre National., DRAC Ile-de-France-Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication.


Lewis Center for the Arts

Department of French and Italian
Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies
Council of the Humanities
Department of Classics

Jeune Théâtre National JTN
Comédie de Caen
Cultural Services of the French Embassy
Institut français

Presented By

  • Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies
  • Lewis Center for the Arts
  • Council of the Humanities
  • Cultural Services of the French Embassy
  • Institut Français
  • Department of Classics
  • Department of French and Italian
  • L’Avant-Scène