Margaux Le Mignan
After training at the Studio d'Asnières in Paris, Margaux Le Mignan joined ENSATT in 2012 where she acted under the direction of Alain Françon, Daniel Larrieu and Anne Laure Liégeois. She also trained as a clown with Alain Reynaud and Catherine Germain and continued this work in the creation Ils sont entrés... et alors, après, ils sont sortis by Léa Ménahem in 2014 at ENSATT.
Upon her graduation in 2015, she worked with Bruno Meyssat in the framework of a research-creation between France and Japan (Quelles vies quotidiennes après Fukushima?, 2015), and with Grégor Daronian-Kirchner (On est pas ça pour là - Confluences, Paris).
She plays Antigone for Christian Schiaretti (TNP, 2016-2018), while also working with Nicolas Zlatoff (L'Amour fou (du théâtre) at the Comédie de Genève and at the TLH-Sierre (2022-2023), Les Porteuses de Paroles (Gaspard Productions, VS, 2018) and various staged readings as part of the Journées de Lyon des Auteurs de Théâtre (Lyon Theatre Authors' Days), 2016-2017), and with Zoé Lemonnier (Jean Cocteau's La voie Humaine (The Human Way), Espace44, Lyon). She also works with Philippe Delaigue (Histoire mondiale de ton âme by Enzo Cormann, Le Poche, Geneva, 2018-2019).
In 2021-2022, she will perform in Cataquiem, a show with five clowns, directed by Léa Menahem (Cie transports en commun) and in L'Aiglon by Edmond Rostand, directed by Maryse Estier.
Between January and December 2022, she is a research and teaching assistant at the Manufacture in Lausanne. There she works with students in the master's and bachelor's degrees in theatre and collaborates with Julie Rahir and Christian Geffroy Schlitler in their research project Rendre Sensible.