Broadway Theatre, Catford, London SE6 4RU

27 April - 26 May 2012

Directed by Thierry Harcourt

Thierry shares his time between London and Paris. His theatre directing work includes: What you get and what you expect at the Lyric Hammersmith, London; Gross Indecency, The Trials of Oscar Wilde by Moises Kauffman, adapted by Jean Marie Besset; Talking Heads with Maia Simon and Annie Girardot and the musical review, L'air de Paris with Patrick Dupont; Shopping and Fucking at the Pépinière Opéra Theatre, Paris; The Talented Mr Ripley by Phyllis Nagy adapted by Laurent Sillan; Faux Départ with Eva Darlan at the Theatre Rive Gauche, Paris; Polyeucte by Corneille; Tristan and Yseult, the musical legend on tour in China and Russia, Playing Away in London at the Saddlers Wells; Falling in love again at the Donmar Warehouse, London, on tour and New York; La crème de la crème in New York. Orange Mécanique (A Clockwork Orange) at the Cirque d'hiver, Paris; Arsenic and the Old Lace on tour in France; Cocteau Blues, Le bel indifférent at Théatre14 and on tour. In 2007 as the first French director invited by the National Theatre of Sofia, Bulgaria he directed An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde and following its success he returned for Thieves Carnival by Jean Anouilh. Both plays are still running. More recently, whilst still working with the contemporary dance company Jasmine Vardimon in London, he directed The American Popesse for the Avignon festival Off, and later the same year Jean Anouilh's Léocadia at the theatre 14, Paris; Le Visage émerveillé by Anna de Noailles and Freres du Bled, a rare play talking about the Algerian war in Paris. Early this year he directed Martin Sherman's play Rose at the Pépinière Théatre with stage legend Judith Magre. He directed and co-wrote a short movie, Photo de Famille, for Movie Da productions and a feature film Venice A/R (Toto Productions).

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