Direction, Music, Visuals : Louisa Kostoula (Violet Louise)

Actor, singer, director, writer, poet, Olivier Py is one of the most enlightened representatives of the french theatre and dramaturgy.

Not hesitating to declare his Catholic faith and his homosexuality, Olivier Py creates a dramatic universe based on a dense poetic language. Theatres, in Py’s universe is a church where the audience can find new meaning in a world devoid of values.

Theatres is one of the first plays of Olivier Py with autobiographical elements. This text consists of twelve chapters, like a personal diary. The first scene starts with an act of violnence. A young man is stubbed on the road, with a knife. As he dies, he remembers, the most crucial moments of his life, he recalls his wounds, those wounds that led him to the creative path of writing.