CULTURE: Theater shows are resuming and the season promises to be very good


The first show that launches the new 2022-2023 season of the Théâtre de la Chapelle will be held this weekend in the Orient Bay hall. The inauguration torch was entrusted to a renowned guest: Jérôme Rouger.

It is thanks to the recommendation of a spectator accustomed to the Théâtre de la Chapelle that the director Audrey Duputié invited Jérôme Rouger to present her one-on-stage entitled “Why hens prefer to be raised in drums”. This Wednesday, October 26, we met the actor who discovers Saint-Martin. However, having studied mathematics, it was during a street theater festival that Jérôme, in his twenties, had a revelation for the sixth art. In 1998, he created the company La Martingale, which has since carried out his artistic projects and those of a musician and a poet. "Why chickens prefer to be raised in drums" is his ninth original creation with which he has been touring since 2014 and more than 300 performances to date. The frame of this work was born during a festival around agriculture where the creative imagination of Jérôme Rouger stuck to the agricultural theme. In 5 days of the festival, the work has evolved empirically, focusing on the inspiring aspect of the egg and the chicken which will be at the heart of the show played at the Théâtre de la Chapelle, with a touch of ecological awareness. The pitch: Professor Rouger, director of the school of itinerant agriculture, addresses the issues of the rights of the hen and the living conditions of the egg. Between scientific notions and more debatable remarks, this spectacular conference invests at the same time the field of the absurd and the metaphysics to reflect by an acute and shifted glance of the current problems. As a specialist in hijacked speeches, Jérôme Rouger will offer a speech of flawless humor coupled with a joyful metaphor of the human condition. _VX

Representations: Friday October 28, Saturday October 29 and Sunday October 30 at 19:30 p.m.

Admission price: 25€

Ticket office open at the theater every evening from 18 p.m. to 19 p.m. (except  Saturday and Sunday)

Info: 06 90 55 87 44

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