ca. 80 min
Touring production by Nanterre-Amandiers, Centre Dramatique Nationale | Production: Vivarium Studio (2007) | In co-production with Ménagerie de Verre – Paris, dans le cadre des résidences | With support from Forum scène conventionnée de Blanc-Mesnil, festival actOral montévidéo – Marseille
Staging: Philippe Quesne | Performers: Gaëtan Vourc’h, Isabelle Angotti, Rodolphe Auté, Cyril Gomez-Mathieu | Local guest performers: Yasmin Biehler, Dennis Dreher, André Studt, Alfons Voit, Laura Waldmann | Music: André Prévin, Gillian Hills, Howe Gelb, Sophia Loren, Wagner, John Cage, The Patriotic Sunday, Sparklehorse, Colleen, Antoine Duhamel, Willy Deville, Arnold Goland, Abbc, Vic Chesnutt, Led Zeppelin, José Feliciano
Every Sunday, a character named Serge presents short performances with minimal special effects to his friends. These showings are touching attempts at communication by an alienated group of people and unmask their isolation in a globally networked world. Written by the famous French director Philippe Quesne for the actor Gaëtan Vourc’h, “L’Effet de Serge“ is now one of the all-time classics of the international independent theatre scene.