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Cosmos

Theater : Cosmos

Cultural, Theatre in Sainte-Maxime
  • Julie Villeneuve has written a sensitive autobiography that explores the fusional relationship she has with her dog Cosmo and challenges the exclusivity of human-animal partnerships. Beyond that, it queries what ties us to the outside world and to ourselves.

    It's a distinctive method for arousing the senses and producing an unmatched theatrical discourse that is humble and real.

    A play created for and with him is the perfect way for Julie Villeneuve to express her love for "this other, so radically other" who she feels so close to.

    Julie shared the stage with Cosmo, her cat, when the production initially began. Since then, Cosmo has vanished. His empty basket in the center of the stand and the videos in the rear of the stage are all that are left. His absence is a different, more profound, more incomprehensible kind of his presence. An acting partner who is especially vibrant. Touching.

    In this unapologetic self-portrait, drawn with care and sensitivity, Julie Villeneuve is alive and well and Cosmo is now present in a different way. It's a picture of a connection that altered her perspective on the world. an alteration. A breakthrough. a saving. a disorienting situation. A tale of love...

    "A larger World opens up. I never looked at birds or plants before Cosmo since there were just people around, and I felt quite lonely:

  • Julie Villeneuve has written a sensitive autobiography that explores the fusional relationship she has with her dog Cosmo and challenges the exclusivity of human-animal partnerships. Beyond that, it queries what ties us to the outside world and to ourselves.

    It's a distinctive method for arousing the senses and producing an unmatched theatrical discourse that is humble and real.

    A play created for and with him is the perfect way for Julie Villeneuve to express her love for "this...
    Julie Villeneuve has written a sensitive autobiography that explores the fusional relationship she has with her dog Cosmo and challenges the exclusivity of human-animal partnerships. Beyond that, it queries what ties us to the outside world and to ourselves.

    It's a distinctive method for arousing the senses and producing an unmatched theatrical discourse that is humble and real.

    A play created for and with him is the perfect way for Julie Villeneuve to express her love for "this other, so radically other" who she feels so close to.

    Julie shared the stage with Cosmo, her cat, when the production initially began. Since then, Cosmo has vanished. His empty basket in the center of the stand and the videos in the rear of the stage are all that are left. His absence is a different, more profound, more incomprehensible kind of his presence. An acting partner who is especially vibrant. Touching.

    In this unapologetic self-portrait, drawn with care and sensitivity, Julie Villeneuve is alive and well and Cosmo is now present in a different way. It's a picture of a connection that altered her perspective on the world. an alteration. A breakthrough. a saving. a disorienting situation. A tale of love...

    "A larger World opens up. I never looked at birds or plants before Cosmo since there were just people around, and I felt quite lonely:
  • Spoken languages
    • French
  • On March 29, 2024
  • One price
    8 €
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  • On March 29, 2024 at 8:30 PM
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