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LUNCHTIME AT THE THEATER

EVERY TUESDAY LUNCHTIME

Every Tuesday lunchtime, the Petite scène foyer is open for lunch breaks. You can bring your own picnic and share a convivial moment with the team. and artists at the TJP.

from October 3, 2023 to April 23, 2024 inclusive (except Christmas vacations)

Every Tuesday lunchtime from 12 to 1.30 p.m. | Small stage
→ Free admission (subject to availability)

THE LUNCHTIME PROGRAM

This program is deployed as part of the "midis au théâtre" program. It can be an artistic proposal, a meeting with associations and inspiring projects, or a practical workshop for all. Everyone can discover what their neighbors are up to, or be surprised by artists' proposals.
 


1 Tuesday out of 2 from 12 to 1:30 p.m. | Small stage
October 3 | October 17 | October 31st | November 14 | November 28 | December 12 | January 9th | January 23rd | February 6 | February 20 | March 5 | March 19 | April 2 | April 16 | April 23

Program updated throughout the season on our website and social networks

→ Free admission (subject to availability)

APRIL PROG :

TUESDAY, APRIL 2

ARE YOU READY TO
ECO-DESIGN YOUR CREATIONS?
with La Renouvelle

La Renouvelle's mission is to reduce the ecological footprint of the world of culture and creation by reusing materials.
How can we imagine a truly eco-designed show?
Come and think with us about the conditions for re-use in the performing arts.

TUESDAY APRIL 16

CAFÉ PHILO
Led by Laura Diebold, philo workshop leader at KlubYoga

What do the secrets of today's children tell us? How can they change the world? What do they have to teach us?

Listen to children's words and discuss the way children see our world.

TUESDAY APRIL 23

DANCE & PUPPETRY, A DIALOGUE
with Kaori Ito & Camille Trouvé

Fake hands, a series of legs and arms, masks and puppet heads modify movement. How can we rediscover life in these fragmented, augmented, derealized bodies? Open a dialogue between the human and the non-human. Bodies animated and inanimate by the manipulation of space and by the empty space around us. It's as if movements happen in spite of ourselves, as if space manipulates us.

MARCH PROG :

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5

CROSS-TALK

Whatever our relationship with images, we are all confronted with them today. 

And if you could take hold of the images, what would you want/need to tell? How and on what medium would you like to get your message across? 

Based on this personal reflection, which we'll share, we'll enter into a dialogue with the 12 young people from the Collectif en images, the Unis-Cité association responsible for organizing film debates in schools, and LE RECIT, a regional center for image education. 

Come and experience an intergenerational ciné-club, where a short film is screened, and the conversation is shared! 

MARCH 19

THÉRÉMINE
with Clémence Bucher

A rectangular box, with an antenna on each side. One vertical, for pitch control, the other horizontal, for volume control. Inside the box: coils, oscillators and resistors. You're looking at a theremin, a fascinating instrument derived from the principle of the radio. By moving his arms at a certain distance from the antennae, the instrumentalist produces sounds and melodies, composing with the invisible. The invisible, that which cannot be seen but can be heard, just like on the radio!

Clémence Bucher, Basses fréquences company, invites you to play with this untamable instrument, and discover its history and paradoxes. For while the theremin opens the way to the intangible and to striking poetry, it is also a movement detector that constrains the body of the player.

FEBRUARY PROG :

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6

Midi Ludique at the TJP

Whether you're a novice or a seasoned player, share a convivial moment and discover a selection of games carefully chosen by the TJP team to stimulate your mind and your pleasure in playing together.

Meet new people, collaborate strategically, or compete amicably around the gaming table. 
So, are you in?

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20

I make a face while laughing... and eating
With Paulo Duarte, cie Mecanika

This lunchtime at the theater, get ready to sculpt with unexpected tools! A drawn body will be your canvas, and it's up to you to give it a head full of character. Express yourself with unusual objects, reinventing the art of modeling as you enjoy your creativity. Bon appétit artistique! 

JANUARY PROG :

TUESDAY, JANUARY 9

Nagori

"Nagori is a Japanese concept that defines the nostalgia we feel when a season comes to an end. Once the season of childhood is over, we'll try to resurrect Proust's madeleines from our gustatory memories, then corporealize these sensations and make them visible."
Noémie and Louis

Noémie, head of Ondinea gourmet restaurant committed to natural cooking in Strasbourg, and Louis, a dancer who you may have seen in Dear by Kaori Ito, wish to create a space-time of performative interaction by delving into childhood memories of taste and their emotional attachment.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 23

Lunch in the shade
with Camille Trouvé,
director of CDN Rouen

I've always dreamed of having lunch in the dark. Not knowing what's on my plate, or the neighbor's. Not recognizing what we're drinking and groping for salt and pepper. Not recognizing what we're drinking and groping for salt and pepper... Today, a small lamp lights up in a lunch entirely plunged into darkness. And we set off to discover the shadow. What is it? A projection? A hole? An absence of light? And the shadow line. Where does it go? On the edge of your body or mine? Is the shadow a surface or a volume? To understand this, you have to experiment... A fork, a glass, a carafe, a transparent or colored liquid, my neighbor... Every object, every body reveals its own free, untameable cast shadow... What about me? Why did I go in search of the shadow? Certainly because I'm afraid of the dark... Fortunately, on January 23, you'll be there with a small flashlight.

DECEMBER PROG :

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12

Screening + discussion with
Anaïs Baseilhac, director of the
short film Half-time

Located in the heart of Marseille, Lorenzo Styl' is a renowned hair salon. Between confidences and jokes, the mostly male clientele abandon themselves to the expert hands of their favorite hairdresser.

NOVEMBER PROG :

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14

COMPAGNIE QUAI N°7


In resonance with the show Waré MonoRuby Minard and Ludmila Gander of the Quai n°7 company will offer you a short form of sound and theatrical experimentation based on their forthcoming creation. An Exhibition.
The curious will be invited to repair and reinvent their wounds through a performance combining objects, music and poetry. So that our flaws can become sources of joy and imagination - to be shared together for lunch.

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28

MEETING WITH
L'ASSOCIATION TÔT OU T'ART


Have you ever heard of the right to housing, food or education? 
Did you know that there are also cultural rights? It's not just about access to cultural sites and works of art! What does this mean, for example, the right to have one's cultural identity respected, or the right to participate in cultural life?
The TJP is a member of the Tôt ou t'Art solidarity-based cultural network, which for 22 years has been connecting people supported by social, medico-social and professional integration structures with numerous cultural venues. Participation in cultural life is a key factor in personal development and inclusion. It's a question of access to cultural resources and venues, and the development of empowerment and self-esteem, through a variety of actions within the network, including a selection of our €3 shows.

OCTOBER PROG :

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3

KAORI ITO AND HER PARENTS

We're a Japanese family. A family of artists. We often improvise and dance around the house, on the street and in the theater. We like to make jokes. We're far apart, but we have a WhatsApp group. A shaman told us we'll be together even after we die.
Kaori Ito

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17

SOPHIE BERGER - SOUND LOSS

 

Sophie Berger is a sound designer and engineer for radio, live shows, exhibitions and installations. With her microphones, she crossed France on foot along the Loire River. She spent three months aboard a cargo ship on the world's oceans, bound for China or the southern lands, bringing back immersive sound pieces that are above all an invitation to listen to the world.

Headphones invite the curious to take a sound journey to Easter Island, now officially Rapa Nui after the Polynesian people who settled there. It is one of the world's most isolated inhabited islands, lost thousands of kilometers between Tahiti and the Chilean coast. magnetic and mysterious, between sacred and intimate, to capture the pulsation.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31

KAORI ITO - THE HOUSE OF SECRETS
KAMISHIBAI

Reading for ages 4 and up
Duration 15 min + discussion
Text and illustrations: Kaori Ito
Voice Denis Podalydès

Once upon a time, there was a little boy named Sola.
Around his little house, the forest wept, the sun wept, the sky wept too. The earth, complaining of being trampled, could hardly breathe. One day, Sola woke up in a world that was walking on its head. The earth escaped in place of the sky, to stop being trampled on.
He then meets an old woman who asks him to entrust a secret to a magic hourglass. Once filled, it will have the power to turn the world upside down and preserve the world of dreams at night.