Guest Lecturer

Playwright, theater theorician
BAT MAT R&D
Playwright, theater theorician
BAT MAT R&D

    Julie Sermon

    Julie Sermon is a lecturer at the University of Lyon 2, in the "Writing" department of ENSATT, a dramaturge and an assistant director.

    In recent years, her research on modern and contemporary writing, on the dramaturgical and scenic renewals that these forms imply, and on the transformation of the character into a "figure" has led her to examine the history, poetics and aesthetics of puppet theaters.

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      Events & Albums

      • 01.02.16
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        02.02.18

        01.02.2016 - 02.02.2018

        Figure work

        Figure work : what does a dance portray ?

        The aim of this research is to analyse, from a theoretical and practical perspective, the all-encompassing notion of figure and to understand how, in their psychosomatic depth and social reach, bodies are impressed by images, and how, in fluid expression, otherwise known as dance, they project figures.

      • 01.04.14
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        12.11.16

        01.04.2014 - 12.11.2016

        SCORE(S)

        This research project originates from the fact that the musical term “score” has been borrowed, since the turn of the 20th century - and increasingly in recent decades - by other artistic disciplines, primarily theatre, performance and dance.