Z.T.O#2 -
C'est la Vie -
texte et conception Mohamed El Khatib -
collaboration artistique Fred Hocké -
avec :
Fanny Catel -
Daniel Kenigsberg -
Lieu : Théâtre Ouvert -
Ville : Paris -
Le 25 05 2016 -
Photo : Christophe RAYNAUD DE LAGE

Collectif Zirlib/Mohamed El Khatib

Mercoledì / Wednesday 22 luglio, 22:45, Chiostro Santa Chiara


"C'est la vie", mis en scène par Mohamed El Khatib, avec Fanny Catel et Daniel Kenigsberg, au Centre Dramatique National d'Orléans, le 17 mars 2017

A touching manual to the use of life

by Mohamed El Khatib
with Fanny Catel, Daniel Kenigsberg
directed by Fred Hocké, Madeleine Campa
sound design Nicolas Jorio
production Martine Bellanza
co-production Bois de l’Aune, CDN Orl.ans/Loiret/Centre, Le Liberté – scène nationale de Toulon, Centre dramatique national de Tours-Théâtre Olympia, Pôle Arts de la scène de la Friche la Belle de Mai, Théâtre de la Ville-Paris, Théâtre Ouvert Centre National des Dramaturgies Contemporaines, Festival d’Automne à Paris
thanks to Bruno Clavier, Alain Cavalier, Mots découverts, Les Éditions Vies parallèle
C’est la vie is edited by Les Solitaires intempestifs (2017)

Two actors and their common tragedy: the loss of a son. A demonstration of love without conditions, what remains when the essential is lost. An intimately, aesthetic and political experience where Daniel and Fanny literally play the role of their life.

The French-Moroccan dramatist and stage director Mohamed El Khatib is one of the most important artists of the French scene. His work is based on a simple assumption: there is no aesthetics without politics.


running time: 75′

French language, with Italian super-titles

national premiere

A touching manual to the use of life.