Le présent qui déborde

O Agora que demora
Notre Odyssée II

2019.11.01 > 2019.11.17

with the Odéon-Théâtre of Europe

Christiane Jatahy is one to state loud and clear that the classics of world literature always have things to say about ourselves. As a diptych and as if to further what she touched upon in Ithaque, created in 2018, she comes back to Homer’s Odyssey to talk about the question of contemporary migrations and the resurgence of nationalism. 

Rates

  • plein tarif € 28
  • tarif réduit € 25
  • tarif adhérent € 20
  • tarif abonné € 20
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box office : +33 (0)1 53 35 50 00

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opening hours

  • Fri. 01 Nove. 20h
  • Sat. 02 Nove. 20h
  • Sun. 03 Nove. 16h
  • Tue. 05 Nove. 20h
  • Wed. 06 Nove. 20h
  • Thu. 07 Nove. 20h
  • Fri. 08 Nove. 20h
  • Sat. 09 Nove. 20h
  • Sun. 10 Nove. 16h
  • Tue. 12 Nove. 20h
  • Wed. 13 Nove. 20h
  • Thu. 14 Nove. 20h
  • Fri. 15 Nove. 20h
  • Sat. 16 Nove. 20h
  • Sun. 17 Nove. 16h
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Practical information

multilingual show
with French and English subtitles

indicative duration: 2h

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Production, supports

Production : Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles, SESC São Paulo - Coproduction : Ruhrtriennale, Comédie de Genève, Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe, Teatro Nacional São Luiz, Festival d’Avignon, Le Maillon-Théâtre de Strasbourg Scène européenne, Riksteatern. Avec le soutien de The Freedom Theatre (Palestine), Outreach Foundation (Afrique du Sud). Christiane Jatahy est artiste associée internationale au CENTQUATRE-PARIS et à l’Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe.