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ALTER EGO (X)

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Théo began his theater journey at Charles Baudelaire High School in Cran-Gevrier (2011-2014), where he trained with Dominique Oriol and Ludovic Léger, performing in several productions ("Cinderella" by Joël Pommerat directed by Anne-Juliette Vassort, "We're Purging Baby!" by Georges Feydeau directed by Anne-Juliette Vassort, "Hamlet" by Shakespeare directed by Fani Carenco, "H/F" an original work with direction by Nicole Borgeat). Concurrently, he started training as a jazz singer at the Annecy Conservatory. In 2014, he joined the company Les Yeux Grand Ouverts and took part in the theatrical project (theatrical reading of "The Little Prince" in schools and libraries, directed by Oscar Montaz). Théo then entered the Clermont Ferrand Conservatory in 2015 where he was taught by Pascale Siméon and Bruno Marchand, and acted in three productions ("Martyr" by Marius von Mayenburg directed by Pascale Siméon, "We, the Heroes" by Jean-Luc Lagarce directed by Bruno Marchand, and "The Sorrow of the Ogres" by Fabrice Murgiat directed by Julie Crantelle). In 2016, Théo was invited to the European School of Mol (Belgium) to direct a show with the students of the French section. That same year, he collaborated with the Ecart Théâtre company for the Les Contre Plongées festival in Clermont Ferrand and the Louis Lumière National School for the International Short Film Festival. He joined the Nadia and Lily Boulanger Conservatory in Paris 9th in 2017 and acted under the direction of Jean-Marc Popower ("Phèdre" by Racine and "A Dog's Life" by Wajdi Mouawad). In 2019, he participated in the European theater project Eye Endecameron alongside Bruno Freyssinet. Shortly after, he co-founded the company ALTER EGO (X) with Julie Crantelle. He works both in France and internationally. Alongside his theater career, Théo obtained a Bachelor's degree in English-speaking European Studies from the University of Clermont-Ferrand in 2017 and a Master's in Politics and Management of Culture in Europe from the Institute of European Studies at Paris 8 in 2020. These qualifications have enabled him to collaborate with organizations such as Trans’art int. in Paris, ENCC (European Network of Cultural Centres) in Brussels, and ETC (European Theatre Convention) in Berlin.

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