SAVE THE DATE : YPAL meeting in Reims the 1, 2, 3 february 2019 !

The Reims Scènes d’Europe Festival is welcoming us from the Friday night to the Sunday for an incredible week-end full of shows, debates, workshops, great people and most important smiles!

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE HERE!


Keep updated about the festival here.
Download the draft program.

TEMPORARY PROGRAM OF THE YPAL MEETING

Friday 1st of February 
17:00, Bar de la Comédie: Welcome drink
19:00, Atelier de la Comédie: Voyage d’hiver, inspired by Franz Schubert, text by Wilhelm Müller and Elfriede Jelinek – France, Austria – musical theater
21:00, Petite salle de la Comédie: Rebota rebota y en tu cara explota, Agnès Mateus, theater performance, in Spanish, subtitled in English
Evening, do what you want: free or workshop

Saturday 2nd of February
Workshop
14:30-18:30, Comédie de Reims : FRAC Performance
14:30, Jardin Parallèle : Puppets
Workshop
18:00, Comédie de Reims: Concert in the framework of the FRAC performances week-end
20:30, Opéra de Reims: La Belle au Bois Dormant Ballet / Yacobson Ballet
21:00, Grande salle, Comédie de Reims: Esto no es La Casa de Bernarda Alba (Ceci n’est pas La Maison de Bernarda Alba), text by José Manuel Mora de Federico García Lorca, directed by Carlota Ferrer, in Spanish with English subtitles
Party

Sunday 3rd of February
Morning, Workshop
12:00, Bar de la Comédie: Debate about digitalization, 2h
14:30 : Opéra de Reims: La Belle au Bois Dormant Ballet / Yacobson Ballet
14:30-17:30, Comédie: FRAC Performance
18:00, Atelier de la Comédie, European project Digital Natives Concord Floral, text by Jordan Tannahill, directed by Ferdinand Barbet with young spectators.

You can also download the program just here!

All the team is hoping that you will be there !

Meeting with Marion Betriu and Natalia Alvarez Simó, directors of Teatros del Canal

Anne Goalard and Alice Faure-Dumont met Marion Betriu and Natalia Alvarez Simó at the Teatros del Canal to talk about the creation of a Spanish YPAL group. After the presentation of the YPAL network and its ambitions, we communicated to them our desire to create a group of Madrid spectators from various horizons, to rethink the relationship between audience, live shows and Europe.

A call for applications will be launched by the theatre in the coming weeks to start this group, which Alice will be able to follow at its beginnings and part of which will come to live the Reims YPAL experience in February !

To be continued!

L’Europe de Julien Allouf – Par Teresa Artjoki

 

Exposition Europia #2 – Damien Rault

In the midst of heated political debate, photographer and actor Julien Allouf presents a fresh perspective on European identity with his exhibition “Europia #2”, with the scenography of James Brandily. Having spent 4 years exploring the European capitals, Allouf captures something that journalistic and touristic photography could never offer; a Europe of the people. The exhibition provides a perambulation of the institutional elements and the intricately different atmospheres found across the continent.

 

Damien Rault

 

Europe of Urgency

Alluding to the fall of the Berlin wall and end of the Cold-War period, Allouf states how what began as a promise of peace and communion between people, now is seeing a vast degeneration. He began conceptualising his work during the Greek financial crisis, which was only the start of the beginning; the Hungarian border barrier of 500 km, Brexit, rise of nationalist tendencies in France… A political climate, which overtly puts in question the European common identity. Allouf wanted to portray the materialisation of this mythical concept, in how it actually shows on the streets of European capitals.

His exhibition includes a collection of small pictures, which he invites visitors to take with them. “I like the idea of them ending up where ever, like on a fridge or something.” Finally, he is highly invested in engaging with the reflections of his visitors, and hearing what resonated with them about the exhibition. This acknowledges the individual sentiments Europe evokes in us, and thus bounces back the focus of his exhibition to the original object of his study; the European people.

More information

NEW PROJECT : Long live Europe! To live Europe!

Thanks to Anne Goalard and Quentin Carrissimo-Bertola I discovered the YPAL network during an internship at La Comédie de Reims for Festival Reims Scènes d’Europe in 2011.

More information

Report : meeting about YPAL after Reims 2016

Reunion on Sunday

42 YPALs have gathered in Reims, France in January 2016. At the end of the week-end, they have had a discussion about the project in the future. Hannah (Germany), Oriane (France), Anne (General Delegate of the Festival), Quentin (France), Oskar (Germany), Pia (Germany), Lucie (Germany), Milan (Bosnia), Jelena (Bosnia), Alexandra (France), Claire (France), Hélène (France), Pierre-Yves (France), Maria (Spain), Jennifer (France), Janne (Germany), Florian (France), Lena (Germany), Johanna (Germany), Sophie (Belgique), Pauline (France), Julia (France) were there.

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15 October 2018

SAVE THE DATE : YPAL meeting in Reims the 1, 2, 3 february 2019 !

The Reims Scènes d’Europe Festival is welcoming us from the Friday night to the Sunday for an incredible week-end full of shows, debates, workshops, great people and most important smiles!

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE HERE!


Keep updated about the festival here.
Download the draft program.

TEMPORARY PROGRAM OF THE YPAL MEETING

Friday 1st of February 
17:00, Bar de la Comédie: Welcome drink
19:00, Atelier de la Comédie: Voyage d’hiver, inspired by Franz Schubert, text by Wilhelm Müller and Elfriede Jelinek – France, Austria – musical theater
21:00, Petite salle de la Comédie: Rebota rebota y en tu cara explota, Agnès Mateus, theater performance, in Spanish, subtitled in English
Evening, do what you want: free or workshop

Saturday 2nd of February
Workshop
14:30-18:30, Comédie de Reims : FRAC Performance
14:30, Jardin Parallèle : Puppets
Workshop
18:00, Comédie de Reims: Concert in the framework of the FRAC performances week-end
20:30, Opéra de Reims: La Belle au Bois Dormant Ballet / Yacobson Ballet
21:00, Grande salle, Comédie de Reims: Esto no es La Casa de Bernarda Alba (Ceci n’est pas La Maison de Bernarda Alba), text by José Manuel Mora de Federico García Lorca, directed by Carlota Ferrer, in Spanish with English subtitles
Party

Sunday 3rd of February
Morning, Workshop
12:00, Bar de la Comédie: Debate about digitalization, 2h
14:30 : Opéra de Reims: La Belle au Bois Dormant Ballet / Yacobson Ballet
14:30-17:30, Comédie: FRAC Performance
18:00, Atelier de la Comédie, European project Digital Natives Concord Floral, text by Jordan Tannahill, directed by Ferdinand Barbet with young spectators.

You can also download the program just here!

All the team is hoping that you will be there !

7 April 2018

Meeting with Marion Betriu and Natalia Alvarez Simó, directors of Teatros del Canal

Anne Goalard and Alice Faure-Dumont met Marion Betriu and Natalia Alvarez Simó at the Teatros del Canal to talk about the creation of a Spanish YPAL group. After the presentation of the YPAL network and its ambitions, we communicated to them our desire to create a group of Madrid spectators from various horizons, to rethink the relationship between audience, live shows and Europe.

A call for applications will be launched by the theatre in the coming weeks to start this group, which Alice will be able to follow at its beginnings and part of which will come to live the Reims YPAL experience in February !

To be continued!

22 March 2018

L’Europe de Julien Allouf – Par Teresa Artjoki

 

Exposition Europia #2 – Damien Rault

In the midst of heated political debate, photographer and actor Julien Allouf presents a fresh perspective on European identity with his exhibition “Europia #2”, with the scenography of James Brandily. Having spent 4 years exploring the European capitals, Allouf captures something that journalistic and touristic photography could never offer; a Europe of the people. The exhibition provides a perambulation of the institutional elements and the intricately different atmospheres found across the continent.

 

Damien Rault

 

Europe of Urgency

Alluding to the fall of the Berlin wall and end of the Cold-War period, Allouf states how what began as a promise of peace and communion between people, now is seeing a vast degeneration. He began conceptualising his work during the Greek financial crisis, which was only the start of the beginning; the Hungarian border barrier of 500 km, Brexit, rise of nationalist tendencies in France… A political climate, which overtly puts in question the European common identity. Allouf wanted to portray the materialisation of this mythical concept, in how it actually shows on the streets of European capitals.

His exhibition includes a collection of small pictures, which he invites visitors to take with them. “I like the idea of them ending up where ever, like on a fridge or something.” Finally, he is highly invested in engaging with the reflections of his visitors, and hearing what resonated with them about the exhibition. This acknowledges the individual sentiments Europe evokes in us, and thus bounces back the focus of his exhibition to the original object of his study; the European people.

More information

26 February 2016

NEW PROJECT : Long live Europe! To live Europe!

Thanks to Anne Goalard and Quentin Carrissimo-Bertola I discovered the YPAL network during an internship at La Comédie de Reims for Festival Reims Scènes d’Europe in 2011.

More information

18 February 2016

Report : meeting about YPAL after Reims 2016

Reunion on Sunday

42 YPALs have gathered in Reims, France in January 2016. At the end of the week-end, they have had a discussion about the project in the future. Hannah (Germany), Oriane (France), Anne (General Delegate of the Festival), Quentin (France), Oskar (Germany), Pia (Germany), Lucie (Germany), Milan (Bosnia), Jelena (Bosnia), Alexandra (France), Claire (France), Hélène (France), Pierre-Yves (France), Maria (Spain), Jennifer (France), Janne (Germany), Florian (France), Lena (Germany), Johanna (Germany), Sophie (Belgique), Pauline (France), Julia (France) were there.

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