Eve Nuzzo, dancer and actress

Born in 1973, Eve Nuzzo trained in contemporary and classical dance at the Conservatory of Issy Les Moulineaux (Hauts-de-Seine) as well as in architecture. She began acting with Denis Lanoy at the Theatre of Nîmes and developed an interest in contemporary writing.

In 2001, she began acting for the recently formed Compagnie de l'Orange bleue ("Tartuffe" by Molière and "Féminitude" by Marc Ferrandiz), the Compagnie de la Poudrière ("Histoire à Trois" by Philippe BĂ©ranger) and the Compagnie Permis de Construire in Marseille ("Le voyage en Italie ou la valise de Monsieur et Madame Durand" by Dorothée Volut).

Since she has been living in the Dordogne (2008), she has been considering theatrical performances from a new light: that of writing, which is now at the heart of her creations.

In 2011, she started up the Compagnie Les Joies Sauvages in conjunction with the creation of "Fragments d'une petite comédienne de campagne."
Then she developed a diverse repertoire, with several small-forms performances ("Investriture", "Inferno", "Les Croquées", "Par le menu", "Badinage") and full-performances ("Ou ne pas être le loup", "Ouf", "Une journée au jardin", "Pomme d'Adam").

She is now working for 2018 on a new performance "Chère Eve, Chère Dorothée", retracing 15 years of correspondence between two women artists and friends.

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