VOLKSBÜHNE
Berlin

Yann Boudaud

Yann Boudaud is a French actor. He studied acting at the National Conservatory in Rennes and the École du Passage in Paris. In 1996 he participated a workshop on several of Pessoa's poems directed by Claude Régy in the Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne. From then on he took part in all of Régy's productions until 2002: title role in La Mort de Tintagiles by Maurice Maeterlinck, sole actor in Holocaust, a poem by US writer Charles Reznikoff, one of three in Someone Is Going to Come by Jon Fosse and Knives In Hens by David Harrower, one of two in Melancholia Theater from Jon Fosse's novel "Melancholia I", narrator and background actor in The Diary Of One Who Disappeared by Leos Janacek. After a 10 years' break they decided to collaborate again in 2012 for La Barque le soir (The Boat In The Evening) from a novel by Norwegian writer Tarjei Vesaas, followed in 2016 by Rêve et Folie (Dream and Derangement), Georg Trakl's poem. He also worked with other French theater directors (Marc François, Hubert Colas). For Noel Casale he is Antony in Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra and Augustus in Cinna by Pierre Corneille, and for Michel Cerda Martin Doule in Synge's The Well of The Saints.

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