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La Colline - théâtre national

Years 17-18

from 17 November to 17 December 2017 Grand Théâtre

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[All Birds]

by Wajdi Mouawad

with 
Jalal Altawil, Jérémie Galiana, Victor de Oliveira, Leora Rivlin, Judith Rosmair, Darya Sheizaf, Rafael Tabor, Raphael Weinstock, Souheila Yacoub
Tous des oiseaux © Simon GosselinTous des oiseaux © Simon GosselinTous des oiseaux © Simon Gosselin

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from 6 to 29 December 2017 Petit Théâtre

from 17 January to 11 February 2018 Petit Théâtre

from 19 to 28 January 2018 Grand Théâtre

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[Shadow (Eurydice speaks)]

by Elfriede Jelinek

directorKatie Mitchell

with 
Jule Böwe,  , Cathlen Gawlich,  , Renato Schuch, Maik Solbach
Schatten © Gianmarco Bresadola

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from 6 to 18 February 2018 Grand Théâtre

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by Doug Wright

directorJean-Pierre Cloutier, Robert Lepage

with 
Pierre‑Yves Cardinal, Érika Gagnon, Pierre‑Olivier Grondin, Pierre Lebeau, Robert Lepage, Mary‑Lee Picknell
Quills © Stephane Bourgeois

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from 6 March to 1 April 2018 Petit Théâtre

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[Dinner Downtown]

by Christine Angot

directorRichard Brunel

with 
Emmanuelle Bercot, Valérie de Dietrich, Noémie Develay‑Ressiguier, Jean‑Pierre Malo et Djibril Pavadé
Dîner en ville © Jean-Louis FernandezDîner en ville © Jean-Louis FernandezDîner en ville © Jean-Louis Fernandez

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from 14 March to 11 April 2018 Grand Théâtre

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[Victoires]

by Wajdi Mouawad

with 
Emmanuel Besnault, Maxence Bod, Mohamed Bouadla, Sarah Brannens, Théodora Breux, Hayet Darwich, Lucie Digout, Jade Fortineau, Julie Julien, Maxime Le Gac‑Olanié, Hatice Ozer, Lisa Perrio, Simon Rembado,  , Charles Segard‑Noirclere, , Paul Toucang, Etienne Wu Paul Lou, Mounia Zahzam, Yuriy Zavalnyouk...
Victoires Wajdi Mouawad

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from 2 to 26 May 2018 Grand Théâtre

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[Tracking]

by Alexandra Badea

directorAnne Théron

with 
Liza Blanchard,  Judith Henry,  Nathalie Richard et Maryvonne Schiltz
A la trace © Jean-Louis Fernandez

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from 3 to 19 May 2018 Petit Théâtre

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[In the woods]

by Claudine Galea

directorBenoît Bradel

with 
Émilie Incerti Formentini, Raoul Fernandez, Emmanuelle Lafon, Seb Martel, Séphora Pondi et à l’image Gaël Baron, François Chattot, Valérie Dréville, Norah Krief, Annie Mercier...
Equipe de Au bois @DRAu Bois © Benoît Bradel

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from 23 May to 17 June 2018 Petit Théâtre

from 31 May to 14 June 2018 Grand Théâtre

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[I am a country]

by Vincent Macaigne

with 
Sharif Andoura, Thomas Blanchard, Candice Bouchet, Thibaut Evrard, Pauline Lorillard, Hedi Zada... et les enfants

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from 31 May to 14 June 2018 Grand Théâtre

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[Here is what I am never going to tell you]

by Vincent Macaigne

with 
Sharif Andoura, Thomas Blanchard, Candice Bouchet, Thibaut Evrard, Pauline Lorillard, Hedi Zada

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from 19 September to 14 October 2018 Petit Théâtre

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[Points of no return]

by Alexandra Badea

with 
Amine Adjina, Madalina Constantin, Kader Lassina Touré, Thierry Raynaud, Sophie Verbeeck
Points de non-retour © Kader Lassina Touré

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Past performances

from 20 September to 19 October 2017 Petit Théâtre

from 27 September to 7 October 2017 Grand Théâtre

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[Stadium]

by Mohamed El Khatib

directorMohamed El Khatib et Fred Hocké

with 
une soixantaine de supporteurs du Racing Club de Lens

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from 11 to 22 October 2017 Grand Théâtre

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[The Blind Poet]

by Jan Lauwers & Needcompany

with 
Grace Ellen Barkey, Jules Beckman, Anna Sophia Bonnema, Hans Petter Melø Dahl, Benoît Gob, Maarten Seghers, Mohamed Toukabri, Elke Janssens, Jan Lauwers

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from 8 November to 2 December 2017 Petit Théâtre

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About us

General presentation
La Colline – théâtre national is the latest of the five French national theatres dedicated to drama and entirely supported by the Ministry of Culture, together with La Comédie Française, L'Odéon, and the Théâtre National de Chaillot in Paris and the TNS in Strasbourg. It is one of the most important cultural institutions located in the East of Paris.

The place
The Theatre has two different venues: the main theatre, with a maximum capacity of 740 seats and the small theatre, with an adjustable room of 200 seats.
The two venues and all the public spaces are accessible to the disabled.
The Theatre also has a construction workshop in Aubervilliers and two rehearsal rooms: one that has the main stage dimensions and is situated in the main building and another one a few yards away, rue des Prairies.

Activity
About a dozen productions are presented each season in the two theatres including 3 to 4 home-productions, several co-productions with theatre companies and a few shows produced by theatre companies welcomed by La Colline, some of which are presented in their original language with French subtitles. Between 250 and 300 performances are presented each season, often followed by provincial tours. The annual attendance oscillates between an audience of 80 000 and
100 000.

The team
La Colline has 80 permanent employees and intermittently employs about 250 persons over the season, mainly artists (actors, musicians, stage directors, set designers, costume designers, etc.) and stage technicians.

Main Theatre
Many different layouts are possible in this room, but the one that is mostly used is the amphitheatre (35% gradient) that has a maximum capacity of 740 seats. A smaller version with panels is also possible (approximately 500 seats), as well as an arena configuration. The dimensions of the stage frame are: a maximum opening of 19m (22m wall to wall), 8,46 m height, 17,5m under the grid and approximately 10m depth.

Small Theatre
It is a multi-purpose theatre with a maximum capacity of 200 seats, situated on the 2nd floor of the building, 10m above street level, and which has removable tiers of seats (33% gradient). The dimensions of the room are: 16,6m length, 13,6m width and 5,98m height.