In French

In search of an unknown hero...

Inspired by your suggestions, the actors propose a biography of an everyday hero.  A one hour exhilarating life story punctuated by flash-backs, intriguing characters and improbable anecdotes that marked the life of our hero.  Plunge into intimate secrets, hold your breath in moments of glory and tremble in times of doubt.  The story writes itself before your eyes.

Alternating with: Timothée Ansieau, Loïc Colin, Nabla Leviste, Jean-Marc Guillaume, Mark Jane, Hélene Morré and Odile Cantero


Every Tuesday and Wednesday from January 2020 to July 2020
8 pm- Le Théâtre Trévise, 14 rue de Trévise 75009 PARIS (M° Cadet)


In French

1 actor, 2 audience members, their story...
That's the trio that will improvise a whole show inspired by their favourite stories.
There is an unwritten rule in theatre that you should never keep audience volunteers on stage for more than 15 minutes.  Mark Jane courageously breaks this rule by improvising an hour long story with 2 audience members.  Mark narrates, directs and plays all the other characters whilst the lucky couple are transformed into the heroes of their own fabulous adventure. The Oscar for the best actor and actress are not far off...

Trio is on tour around Europe.  Visit to find out more.


In French

The last time they saw each other they spent the night together.  Today they meet again...

Imagine that you spent a wonderful night of lovemaking with someone and the next day they vanished.  You were never supposed to see that person again, but one day you bump into them by accident.  "We slept together" is an improvised play where we discover all the sparks and revelations of this unexpected meeting.  Will they sleep together again?

Mark Jane and Jeanne Chartier

8 and 9 November 2019

7pm - Divadlo Théâtre, 69 Rue Sainte-Cécile, 13005 Marseille

23 November 2019

Festival Impulsez, Toulouse


Oh My Godot - Masks unleashed

The famous play “Waiting for Godot” is unique as it can be interpreted in a thousand ways: each spectator experiences it through his/her vision of the world.  What if we put Beckett’s text in to the mouths of masks?  For the first time ever, Trance Mask France proposes a show played with “Trance Masks” (a technique developed by Keith Johnstone).  How will these very special characters discover and help us rediscover “Waiting for Godot” through selected extracts?  Surprising, Touching, bizarre…  we don’t know how the masks will react…but one thing is certain, it won’t be what Beckett had planned! 

5 and 6 February 2020

9pm - Théâtre du Gouvernail, 5 passage Thionville 75019 PARIS, M° Ourcq

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