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Chloé Chevalier

Invited to the 2018 Books & Music Festival

Chloé Chevalier obtained in 2004 the Diploma in Theater Studies from the Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Grand Avignon. She writes and plays While waiting for the beautiful days, or a tragedy of happiness. She plays in The Opera of Quat 'sous by B. Brecht, directed by Pascal Papini.

In 2008, she graduated from CNSAD in Paris.

From 2009, she played in Saint Joan of the slaughterhouses by B. Brecht, directed by Bernard Sobel, then in Baal, by the same author, directed by Jean-François Matignon. She then plays in Pylade by Pier Paolo Pasolini, directed by Damien Houssier.

With the Cie du Hasard Objectif, she plays in The two noble cousins from Shakespeare, and in Theater in the countryside by David Lescot, directed by Sara Llorca.

She works with Cie Kobal't. She plays in @ CT 3 et Time game by Didier Georges Gabily under the direction of Mathieu Boisliveau and recently in the Misanthrope de Molière, supervised by Thibault Perrenoud.

She joined the company of Brigitte Jacques Wajeman for a role recovery in Sophonisbe et Death of Pompey of Corneille.

She adapts and plays Molly, monologue of the last chapter ofUlysse by James Joyce, directed by Pascal Papini.

In 2017, she played The source of the Saints by John Millington Synge in a new translation by Noëlle Renaude, directed by Michel Cerda then in the latest creation by Kobal't, adapted by Clement Camar Mercier and directed by Thibault Perrenoud: The Seagull by Anton Chekhov.

She plays in Waiting for the Barbarians, film directed by Eugène Green.

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