Situated in the very centre of Paris, the Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe is the only one out of the five French National Theatres to be officially entrusted with an European mission. Since its foundation in 1782, it upholds a tradition of excellence in the history of drama, through a wide range of classical repertoire or contemporary productions directed by the best artists from France or abroad. These productions are often seen on tour.
The Odéon is proud to act as a meeting point for international creation, promoting exchanges between playwrights, directors, artistic or technical staffs from all countries.
In order to make and maintain contact with all its audiences, the Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe supplements its programs with educational or cultural events, including an ambitious range of diverse activities « out of the theatre's walls ».
The citizens' workshop Moving cities Paris accompanied the production and the tour.
The French theater coproduced and hosted Fragmente, a project of Lars Norén and Sofia Jupither.
It hosted a workshop with young Italian actors directed by Nathalie Garraud.