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100% Marseille

Rimini Protokoll

Berlin / Marseille l duration : 100'

Who are the people of Marseille? 100 residents identified as a representative sample of their city paint an unexpected picture of Marseille on stage, at last giving statistics a human face.

Who supports the Paris Saint-Germain football club? Who has been unfaithful? Who didn’t vote in the last elections? Who has saved someone’s life? Following a socio-demographic survey carried out by the Festival, 100 locals tasked with representing the city’s 900,000 inhabitants answer a host of personal, social and political questions—some light-hearted, some deadly serious. The internationally renowned Berlin collective Rimini Protokoll, which specialises in documentary theatre based on testimonials from “day-to-day experts”, plays with facts and figures to paint a playful portrait of Marseille.

 

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Practical information

Where ? La Criée

30, quai de Rive Neuve,7e

tel. 04 91 54 70 57 / theatre-lacriee.com

metro stop Vieux-Port
bus 82, 82S, 83 stop Théâtre de La Criée
bike terminal n°1003 - Place aux Huiles
parking Indigo Vieux-Port La Criée

Prices

Full price : 24 €

Concessions : 20 €

Under 26 : 10 €

Under 21 : 5 €


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Credits

Re-création pour Marseille Concept Rimini Protokoll (Haug, Kaegi, Wetzel) Mise en scène à Marseille Stefan Kaegi, Daniel Wetzel Scénographie Marc Jungreithmeier, Mascha Mazur Direction technique Marc Jungrethmeier Musique Frank Böhle Musique Live Namasté Casting Claire Oberlin Avec 100 Marseillais Crédits photos William Beaucardet, Pigi Psimenou et Yew Kok Hong

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