The Scène Vagabonde Festival has taken up residence in Trembley Park. Four plays and a film are offered to the public until July 3.
Valentin Rossier, director of this festival, tells us about the nature of the event whose mantra is “elitism for all”. The aim was to use text theatre, likely to interest the school curriculum, in order to address young adults, but also the general public.
“More than ever, we need literature”
The director of Scène Vagabonde Festival highlights language. He describes it as a tool for reflection capable of creating “an opening on the other” in order to make it understood. For more than a month, many texts will therefore find a second life by being interpreted by actors from the festival, on the stage of Trembley Park.