Butins de familles
Résidences Textes en l’air du 9 mai au 8 juin 2011
Après le franc succès du festival 2010, l’édition 2011 s’est déroulée autour d’un thème qui ne peut laisser personne indifférent : « Butins de familles »…
Nous avions convié trois auteurs de trois continents à écrire trois textes de théâtre sur ce thème :
Gustave AKAKPO (Togo)
Dominick PARENTEAU LEBEUF (Québec)
Sébastien JOANNIEZ (France)
Ils ont été en résidence d’écriture au mois de mai 2011 à Saint-Antoine-l’Abbaye et vous avez pu les rencontrer lors de conférences et de lectures données dans différents lieux du territoire.
Nous les avions retrouvés également pendant le festival 2011 avec d’autres belles affiches.
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