heatre in the Spring. On June 10, 1944, in a small quiet village in the Limousin, a horde of his HOLINESS is engaged in the massacre of
the entire population : 642 people. Oradour resonates in the minds, like a scream frozen in history, continually reminds us of the barbarism of dictatorships. These are actors who take humbly relay the Story to us to convey the warnings of the past, to ensure that the theatre remains a place where the voice resists the silence and oblivion.
No game realistic reconstitution is not required because it would stop all the memory and would become indecent. Oradour goes beyond a historical fact : it might remind you of a past, it reminds us of our present and called tomorrow to be vigilant. It bears in itself our time.
It is as well that during the rehearsals of some scenes, the words resonated with those at the Bataclan or London
or Barcelona. Formerly a wooden sign stated at the entrance to the village martyr : ‘Remember! Remember’. We have
by this show wanted to simply respond with ‘I remember’ and say humbly to Robert Hébras that ‘his voice can not be extinguished’, as it accompanies our lives. Design and staging of Serge Reineix. Distribution : Cedric Beaudou, Nathan Brunel, Annabelle Christopher, Cyrielle Decaillet, Eloane Decaillet, Carole Dupleix, Maxence Lafougere-Rat, Catherine Galin, Toan Guerin, Laurence Ladrat, Catherine Lamaud, Sylvain Laporte-Daube, Anaïs Leger-Ancelin, Daniel Marchand, Christian Niebudkowski, Mathilde Piette,Valentin Reineix, Leah Renaudin, Lucie Roux. - Translated automatically.