Geoff Sobelle
Lee Sunday Evans
Performed by
Geoff Sobelle, Sophie Bortolussi, Jennifer Kidwell, Ching Valdes-Aran, Justin Rose, le musicien Elvis Perkins et Kenza Sassi


Geoff Sobelle is obsessed with the burlesque, the poetics of the absurd and visual theatre. The American actor and illusionist presents a spectacular large-scale work inviting us into his home.

People from different generations, origins, appearance, cultures and eras come to live on the stage before us and then vanish; disappearing in a flash, making room for other men and women. These include actors and actresses, but also members of the audience that play a role in the tale of this building which has witnessed a thousand lives.

Midway between comedy and poetry, Home combines theatre, dance, illusion and live music to show how a house shapes the lives of those who live in it. All without saying a single word. The American artist is a huge admirer of Jacques Tati, Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton and knows that the colours of souls can be expressed through body language. This is how he surprises, moves and delights us, how he brings humour and intelligence to this touching meditation on time that inexorably passes by.

Running time
1 : 45
Main auditorium
Next dates

    from 9 to 40 €


    VISUAL SHOW recommended to the deaf and hard of hearing audience

    End of year show


    Artistic collaboration – Julian Crouch / Choreography – David Neumann / Scenography – Steven Dufala /Special effects Steve Cuiffo / Light creation – Chris Kuhl / Sound – Brandon Wolcott / Costume designer – Karen Young / Dramaturgy – Stefanie Sobelle

    Production: Jecca Barry, Beth Morssion Projects

    “Une excellente pièce de théâtre visuel, onirique et fantasmagorique”. The Independant
    “Sobelle et sa compagnie offrent une étude approfondie et poignante du comportement humain”. The Herald
    “Un véritable festin visuel et un exploit technique incroyable, Home raconte une étude émouvante sur la poétique du temps”. The List
    “Une pièce magique sur ce que peut être une maison”. The Stage
    “Ludique, réconfortant et éblouissant”. Edinburgh Guide