All my love

  • Theater
Laurent Mauvignier
Arnaud Meunier
Performed by
Anne Brochet, Romain Fauroux*, Ambre Febvre*, Philippe Torreton, Fred Ulysse

*Issu.e.s de L’École de la Comédie de Saint-Étienne

Arnaud Meunier stages All my love, by Laurent Mauvignier. A metaphysical thriller in which Anne Brochet and Philippe Torreton embody a couple facing an enigmatic reality…

The world of Laurent Mauvignier gives life to characters who are trying to overcome their trauma. Characters who move forward in life, despite the obstacles that existence puts in their way. In All My Love, a man returned to his childhood home with his wife on the occasion of his father’s funeral. Nothing extraordinary in all this, if the ghost of the deceased did not return to settle some accounts. And if a mysterious unknown woman of sixteen did not also appear, claiming to be the child whose couple has been without news for ten years … Piece on the family, the absence, the possible overcoming of the pain, All my love highlights in an acute way, without ever pouring into the pathos or the psychological demonstration, the reality of mourning and loss of balance which accompany. Arnaud Meunier embarks on this writing with the accuracy and the requirement that we know him. It offers a show on the surface in which each breath, each emotion illuminates the depths of being.

  • Coproduction
Running time
1 : 45
Main auditorium

from 7 to 40 €

Artistic collaboration – Elsa Imbert / Scenography – Pierre Nouvel / Light designer – Aurélien Guettard / Music – Patrick De Oliveira / Costume designer – Anne Autran / Silhouettes création – Cécile Kretschmar / Decor and costumes – Ateliers de La Comédie de Saint-Étienne

Production: La Comédie de Saint-Étienne – Centre dramatique national
Coproduction: Espace des Arts – Scène nationale Chalon-sur-Saône

With the support of DIÈSE #Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes – dispositif d’insertion de L’École de la Comédie de Saint-Étienne
Tout mon amour is published by Éditions de Minuit.

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