by Hannah Arendt, Directed by Charles Berling

with Bérengère Warluzel

Hannah Arendt’s distinctive and important body of work includes not just philosophical and political writings but also poetic escapades that are less well known. Bérengère Warluzel has immersed herself in Arendt’s oeuvre, choosing a set of Fragments that have a particular resonance today. A table, some chairs, and the sound of a piano… This is not a biography, but a playful journey, a shared exploration that opens up the freedom to think by oneself and for oneself. “To think, a natural life need, is not the prerogative of a minority, but a capacity we all share.” François Rodinson

directed by Charles Berling. Texts Hannah Arendt. Adapted by Bérengère Warluzel. With Bérengère Warluzel. Artistic collaboration and dramaturgy Christiane Cohendy. Assistant director Faustine Guégan. Scenography Christian Fenouillat. Lights Marco Giusti. Puppet design Stéphanie Slimani.
Production Châteauvallon-Liberté, national stage. Co-production La Criée, National Theater of Marseille. Courtesy of the Hannah Arendt Blücher Literary Trust

A one-woman show masterfully executed by the astonishing Bérengère WarluzelFrance info
A highly entertaining show adapted and performed by Bérengère Warluzel. La Terrasse

The performance of Fragments will be followed by a discussion led by Professor Yannick Butel, Aix-Marseille University.

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