Musical theatre

Macbeth

After William Shakespeare

03 – 04 November 2020

Macbeth by William Shakespeare and Qui a peur du loup? (Who's afraid of the wolf?) by Christophe Pellet. A classic text and a tale for young audiences. What do they have in common? The forest, a symbolic place where manifestations of the supernatural appear: on the one hand the witches' prophecy revealed to the Scottish hero, on the other hand the disappearance of young Dimitri transformed into a wolf.

It is in this space that the Compagnie Veilleur® and the Ars Nova instrumental ensemble offer spectators, equipped with headphones, an immersive experience. In close proximity to the performers, they will be plunged into the heart of the forest, in these two productions where theatre, music and song echo each other.

With Compagnie Veilleur® and Ars Nova


Directed and adapted

Matthieu Roy

Original musical composition

Aurélien Dumont


Conductor

Jean-Michaël Lavoie 

Scenography

Gaspard Pinta

Costumes  

Noémie Edel 

Lighting

Manuel Desfeux

Sound

Grégoire Leymarie

Computer music director

Sébastien Naves (IRCAM)


Soprano

Juliette Allen 

Actor

Philippe Canales

Viola

Iris Parizot

Soprano

Léna Rondé

Actress

Johanna Silberstein


Participation of a pre-recorded septet with the musicians of Ars Nova

Viola

Alain Trésallet

Cello

Isabelle Veyrier

Double bass

Tanguy Menez

Percussions

Isabelle Cornelis

Serpent

Patrick Wibart

Electric guitar

Giani Caserotto

Accordion

Pascal Contet

With the support of

Calendar

  • Tue. 03 November 2020
    19:00
    National Opera of Lorraine
  • Wed. 04 November 2020
    19:00
    National Opera of Lorraine

Opera with headphones, everybody on stage!

Duration 1h

Coproduction Compagnie Veilleur® and Ars Nova
Co-directed Opéra national de Lorraine / Théâtre de la Manufacture CDN Nancy Lorraine

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