"Mille & Une Scènes" is an association whose objective is to bring together artists from here and elsewhere,
around theatrical language , mirror of our memories, our languages, our traditions, our moments, our present.
"Mille & Une Scènes" creates, produces and distributes professional and amateur shows for all audiences.
The artists of "Mille & Une Scènes" use theatrical language as an educational tool to lead multidisciplinary theater workshops, bilingual theater workshops, multilingual internships, international internships, professional training and individual support .
Irène Golovine, main speaker of the association, has been playing and / or directing professional shows for 20 years. Winner in 2003 for the creation of a company, she continues her work by offering bilingual English French workshops and training.
His twenty years of experience in teaching, directing and playing, strongly inspired his mind to imagine the ToBeLinguism formations . Voices, languages, to serve the essential needs of bilingualism, tolerance and awareness.
The Mille et une scène association is therefore happy to now offer the ToBeLinguism training method created by Irene Golovine.
Main speaker and founder of the association, Irène Golovine has been playing and / or directing professional and amateur shows for 20 years. Winner in 2003 for the creation of a company, she continues her work by offering bilingual English-French workshops, multilingual family Sundays, professional training.
Hamid Reza Javdan
Hamid Reza Javdan began his career in 1976 at the Iranian Theater and in the United States at the Living Theater.
Unrepentant traveler, he meets masters from different theatrical traditions: Commedia dell 'Arte, Balinese mask and martial arts, Noh theater ... He enriches his knowledge through the practice of singing, dancing and makeup ...
He is also a professor at the Sorbonne in Paris
On parle de nous dans la presse !
We can be visible on différents news papers and magasines :
Le Parisien - Septembre 2012
Localement votre - Printemps 2001
L'express - Mai 2001
Courrier des Yvelines - Juin 2001
Courrier des Yvelines - Juillet 2001
Aden - Le Monde - 2 mai 2000
Action sociale et santé - Septembre 2000
Courrier des Yvelines - Janvier 1999
Marie-Claire - Septembre 1999
Our past shows
Restitution shows from the Small "Thousand and One Scenes" workshops:
Pandora's box - Piece by Mélanie Christensen.
A big thing in the middle of the public garden.
Curious children are interested in it ... What could it be?
The 2015 Wizard's Olympics - Play by Mélanie Christensen.
This evening we are happy to present the Wizards' Olympics to you.
Come and discover our best wizard! A farce organized by the children ...
Restitution evening "Ten months of school
and Opera ":
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"A Midsummer Night's Dream" (15 min excerpt), Shakespeare revisited ...
This show is the fruit of the work of the students of Chanteloup les Vignes made during the theater rehearsals directed by Irène Golovine and enriched by the investment of the teaching team, the teachers of the college and the artistic team of the Opera. Garnier.
Restitution shows from the Teen & Adult workshops "Thousand and One Scenes":
Boo! - Play by Mike Kenny - Adaptation by Irène Golovine.
Boo and Belle, who have autism, live with their sister Benny, who forbids them to leave the house. Children, intrigued by their strange neighbors and to overcome the boredom of the summer holidays, decide to knock on the door. Their curiosity is all the greater as a rumor has been circulating in the neighborhood since the disappearance of little Kelly Spanner.
A question of sex - 1 act play by Arnold Bennett.
A farce written in 1900 where it is about money, gender and a priori ... An old debate still relevant, which highlights characters from all places and all times in this particular moment that is the birth of a child.
Allright in the night - Play in 1 act by RobinWilson
The play tells the general of the last production of a small theater company from a sleepy village in the English countryside. While Fred, the Guardian prepares the scene, Mais, the director prepares to lead a cast of unpredictable actors.