Guillaume Pigé (Theatre Re)



Open class
14.04.2023 19:00 black box


Guillaume Pigé is a multi-talented artist with a diverse background in acting, directing, mime, and magic. He founded Theatre Re in 2009 and has since served as its Artistic Director. Guillaume received his training at the Conservatory of Villeurbanne (FR) and the International School of Corporeal Mime in London, where he studied under Corinne Soum, Steven Wasson, Thomas Leabhart, and Daniel Stein. He also holds an MA in Text and Performance Studies from King’s College & RADA. In addition to directing and performing in all of Theatre Re’s productions to date, Guillaume has worked as a Movement Director with various other artists and institutions. He is also an Associate Teacher at RADA and regularly conducts workshops in the UK, the US, and France. Recently, he was commissioned by The National Theatre (UK) to produce a new literal translation of Tartuffe by Molière. Since 2014, Guillaume has been an Associate Artist at the South Hill Park Arts Centre (UK).



Founded in 2009, Theatre Re is an internationally acclaimed ensemble that creates captivating live performances that explore delicate human conditions in a unique and thought-provoking manner. The company’s name is derived from the prefix ‘re’, signifying rediscovery and reimagining, and aims to breathe new life into existing concepts. The ensemble’s physical style of theatre incorporates mime, theatre, and live music to create an engaging and immersive experience for the audience. Throughout the devising process, Theatre Re collaborates intimately with experts from various fields, such as science and public health, and diverse community groups, which is crucial to the development of their work. Theatre Re’s previous productions have been widely acclaimed in the UK and beyond, with successful tours in countries such as France, Brazil, Peru, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, China, Taiwan, South Korea, and the US. The company has been recognized as one of the most exciting theatre companies in the UK, thanks to its innovative approach to theatre and its ability to create unique and thought-provoking productions that engage audiences and leave a lasting impact.