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Philippe Vialatte

Philippe Vialatte started up at the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord in 1985 as a light operator on Le Mahabharata, directed by Peter Brook. He assisted Jean Kalman for the light design of Woza Albert and La Tempête, directed by Peter Brook. Since the creation of The Man Who in Paris in 1993, he has designed the lights for all the plays directed by Peter Brook in the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord: Qui est là, Je suis un phénomène, Le costume, The Tragedy of Hamlet, Far Away, La mort de Krishna, La tragédie d'Hamlet, Ta main dans la mienne, Tierno Bokar, Le grand inquisiteur, Sizwe Banzi est mort, Fragments, 11 and 12, and recently A Magic Flute. He follows all these plays on tour and in each space redesigns and adapts the lighting for each show.Current as of March 2014.

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