Le Petit Bain

Le Petit Bain

Johanny Bert / Théâtre de Romette


There’s a man taking a bath.
No, he’s a dancer who is sculpting clouds.
No, it’s a cloud cradling a dancer in its arms.
No, it’s a man creating landscapes in order to disappear into them.
No, it’s something else entirely.

Imagined for very young audiences and the adults accompanying them, Le Petit Bain is a creation based on material which is at once concrete, recognizable for the child – but which can also become an abstraction, a playing field for the imagination: bubble bath.
Working with this fascinating material is a dancer who sculpts the foam to create fragile masses, landscapes and a number of ephemeral characters.

Le Petit Bain (The Little Bath)
Young audience work for audiences 2 years and older (and the adults accompanying them)
World premiere February 2017

Conception and direction Johanny Bert
Artistic collaboration Yan Raballand
Performer Rémy Bénard, Samuel Watts, Manuel Gouffran (alternately)
Artistic assistant Christine Caradec
Lighting design and technical director Gilles Richard
Sound design and engineer Simon Muller
Engineers Bertrand Pallier, Marc De Frutos, Véronique Guidevaux, Jean-Baptiste de Tonquedec
Plastician Judith Dubois
Costumes Pétronille Salomé
Set design Aurélie Thomas
Set construction Fabrice Coudert assisted by Eui-Suk Cho
Booklet commissions Alexandra Lazarescou, Marie Nimier, Thomas Gornet
Photography Jean-Louis Fernandez
Administration, production, touring Mathieu Hilléreau, Les Indépendances

House capacity: 80 people (including all guests and their escorts)
Running time 30 minutes

Production: Théâtre de Romette
Partners: Théâtre Nouvelle génération CDN – Lyon, Théâtre Paris Villette – Paris, Graines de spectacles – Clermont Ferrand, CDN de Montluçon, La Cour des Trois Coquins – Clermont-Ferrand.

Le Théâtre de Romette is registered by the French Ministry of Culture, and by the city of Clermont-Ferrand, and is supported by the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. Johanny Bert is an Associated Artist at La Comédie de Clermont-Ferrand, scène nationale.



Events

Lyon
2017, February 7-11
Lempdes
2017, February 13-14
Clermont-Ferrand
2017, February 15-17
La Courneuve
2017, May 17
Pierrefitte-sur-Seine
2017, May 19-20
Paris
2017, April 6-23
Dijon
2017, February 21-22
Avignon
2017, July 11-28th
Montbrison
2017, September 16th
Massy
2017, September 21-23th
Annemasse
2017, September 28 to October 6
Clamart
2017, October 9-14th
Ifs
2017, October 17-19th
Grand Quevilly
2017, October 22th
Marseille
2017, October 31 to November 2
Paris
2017, November 22 to December 3
Goussainville
2017, December 5-8
Mortagne au Perche, Alençon et Flers
2017, December 14-22th
Issoire
2018, January 9 and 10th
Choisy-le-Roi
2018, January 14-16th
Montbéliard
2018, January 23-26th
Echirolles
2018, January 28 and 29th
Noisy le Sec
2018, February 13-17th
Compiègne
2018, February 20 and 21th
Lausanne
2018, February 24 to March 4th
Villefontaine
2018, March 7-10
Lille
2018, March 13-17th
Nanterre
2018, March 20-24th
Villefranche
2018, March 29-31th
Vélizy
2018, April 4-6
Magnanville
2018, April 8 and 9
Genève
2018, April 12-15th
Istres
2018, April 18-20th
Saint-Junien
2018, April 23 and 24th
Saint-Symphorien-de-Lay
2018, April 28th
Les Lilas
2018, May 3 and 4
Creil
2018, May 7 and 9
Paris
2018, May 16-22th
Malakoff
2018, May 27-30th
Val de Reuil
2018, June 4
Garges-lès-Gonesse
2018, June 7-9
Saint-Cloud
2018, June 13th
Barcelone (ES)
2017, November 9-11
Sabadell (ES)
2017, November 14-15
Sevran
2018, January 19-20

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