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MIMOS 2014

Omar Porras

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Joel Aguet, Anne Fournier, Paola Gilardi and Andreas Härter

Metteur en scène et comédien, Omar Porras a mené les destinées du Teatro Malandro d’un squatt genevois aux plus grandes scènes internationales. Avec le Théâtre Kléber-Méleau de Renens, il reprend une institution qui porte, comme Malandro, le nom d’un être libre. La Société suisse du théâtre documente son parcours et souhaite faire connaître sa créativité éclectique.

Als Regisseur und Schauspieler hat Omar Porras die Geschicke des Teatro Malandro von den Genfer Anfängen in einem besetzten Haus bis auf die grössten internationalen Bühnen gelenkt. Mit dem Théâtre Kléber-Méleau in Renens übernimmt er ein Haus, das wie Malandro den Ruf hat, freigeistig gesinnt zu sein. Die Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Theaterkultur dokumentiert seinen Werdegang und will Gelegenheit bieten, seine Kreativität, die Traditionen und Stile kombiniert, zu entdecken.

Il regista e attore Omar Porras, dopo aver condotto le sorti del Teatro Malandro da uno squat ginevrino alle più importanti scene internazionali, prende le redini del Teatro Kléber-Méleau di Renens che, come Malandro, porta il nome di uno spirito libero. La Società Svizzera di Studi Teatrali documenta il suo percorso con l’intento di fare conoscere la sua creatività eclettica.

As a director and actor, Omar Porras has guided the destinies of the Teatro Malandro from a squat in Geneva to the greatest international stages. He now takes charge of the Théâtre Kléber-Méleau in Renens, another institution that like the Malandro bears the name of a free spirit. The Swiss Society for the Dramatic Arts has documented his career in the hope of making his eclectic creativity known to a broader audience.

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Abstract 98 Des lucioles et de Prométhée Entretien avec Omar Porras 99 Über Glühwürmchen und Prometheus Gespräch mit Omar Porras 119 Le lucciole e Prometeo Intervista a Omar Porras 139 vLa scénographie d’Amélie Kiritzé- Topor et les lumières de Mathias Roche servent une ambiance trouble de désirs et d’attente : Ellida Wangel (Olivia Dalric) retenue par son médecin de mari (Serge Martin) entend passer le bel Étranger (Philippe Cantor) revenu la chercher ; au piano à droite, Didier Puntos. Au Théâtre de Carouge-Atelier de Genève, en octobre 2013. Photographie : © Marc Vanappelghem. 98 Omar Porras first talks about the listening and concentration that enable him to achieve the special precision characteristic of everything that appears in his productions, each layer of which — from the stage space and music to the acting, costumes and lighting — is worked out gradually in rehearsal on the basis of suggestions made on stage. He describes the way invention is the result of a fierce search for the unpredictable that emerges during this process, and gives a number of examples to illustrate the key importance of mu- sic, rhythm and sound in his work. Porras then outlines in broad strokes his journey from his native Colombia, where he trained as a dancer before leaving for Europe. He relates how his education in the theory and practice of theatre took him from Paris to Pontedera, before he eventually founded the Teatro Malandro in Geneva, and describes the way...

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