Fabrice Chassot (Toulouse – Jean Jaurès University)
- Amandine de Pérignon (Association des Toulousains de Toulouse ; revue L’Auta)
Philippe Chométy (Toulouse – Jean Jaurès University)
Présentation du numéro de L’Auta (avril 2022, n°134) sur « Molière à Toulouse »
- Jean-François Courouau (Toulouse – Jean Jaurès University)
Le Théâtre en provençal dans la Marseille des années 1780 : des types mais pour quoi dire
- Anastasia Sakhnovskaia-Pankeeva (Nantes University, Cethefi)
Circulation du répertoire italien et diffusion du modèle gherardien en province entre la fin du XVIIe siècle et le début du XVIIIe
- Julien Garde (Toulouse – Jean Jaurès University)
Armide est-elle allée à Toulouse ?
The cross-discipline ThéPARis research seminar run by the CMBV in association with Côte d’Azur university and the Sorbonne now expands the focus of research to include the French provinces.
Following three ThéPARis seminars (2019-2022) which explored the movements and shared practices between Paris theatres, this latest research seminar expands the scope of research to the whole of France. It will further explore the movement of people, ideas and practices in an effort to understand the relationship between French theatres at various geographical levels – first, the links between Paris and the French provinces and the dynamic forces operating in both directions; the dynamics existing between theatres and troupes in the same town; and finally, relations between theatres in different towns and regions. The biggest challenge of this research lies in their repertoires, as much less is known about them compared with Paris theatres. It will require painstaking research into primary sources (scripts, scores, iconography, etc.). Another key issue is to identify the authors, players and theatre crews, to see how they circulated and how their careers evolved.