Guest Lecturers

Actor, director, Academic head of the Master in Theatre
BAT BAD MAT R&D FC A-PRO HEP
Actor, director, Academic head of the Master in Theatre
BAT BAD MAT R&D FC A-PRO HEP

    Robert Cantarella

    Robert Cantarella was born in Marseille in 1957 where he studied fine arts before taking acting classes with Antoine Vitez at the Chaillot National Theatre in Paris. He starts his own theatre company in 1983 with the will to promote contemporary writers. He has a long-time collaboration with Philippe Minyana, putting on stage many of his plays. In 1997, Robert Cantarella writes a manifesto "For a training to stage direction". Since 2000, he has been director of the National Dramatic Centre in Dijon and co-director of the Studio 104 in Paris. He has been teaching in many theatre and film schools, including in Berlin, Cannes, Avignon, Rabat, Paris, Los Angeles, since 1993. He became the academic head of the Master in Theatre, orientation stage direction, at Manufacture in March 2014.


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      • 28.04.17
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        05.05.17

        28.04 - 05.05.2017

        "Les Zoocrates" at the Opéra de Lausanne

        Animal and operatic silliness
        Libretto by Örs Kisfaludy

        New production Opéra de Lausanne with the participation of the students of Master Theater (world premiere)

      • 01.04.14
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        31.12.16

        01.04.2014 - 31.12.2016

        Vocabulary

        Vocabulary research laboratory applied to directing actors

        The research plans to question the relationship between actor and director in the light of historic gains, experiences and struggles that take into account time and ongoing transformations.