Rendezvous: In vivo Théâtre Daniel Jeanneteau – Daniele Ghisi, June 30, July 1, 2
Daniel Jeanneteau studied at the École des arts décoratifs de Strasbourg and sent on to study theatre at the Théâtre National de Strasbourg. In 1989, he met Claude Régy and designed the producer’s sets for 15 years. He has designed sets for performances by Catherine Diverrès, Gérard Desarthe, Éric Lacascade, Jean-Claude Gallotta, Alain Ollivier, Marcel Bozonnet, Nicolas Leriche, Jean-Baptiste Sastre, Trisha Brown, and others. Jeanneteau was a resident at the Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto in 1998 and at the Villa Médicis in the hors-les-murs program in Japan in 2002.
Since 2001, he has staged and imagined the sets for a vast repertoire from classical theater to contemporary opera (Into The Little Hill, by George Benjamin and Martin Crimp) in France’s most prestigious theaters (TNS, Opéra Bastille, Festival d’Avignon, etc.). Alongside Clotilde Mollet and Hervé Pierre, Daniel Jeanneteau produced the performances Le Gardeur de troupeaux (2000) and Caeiro ! (2005) based on the texts of Fernando Pessoa at the Maison de la Culture du Havre and at La Colline.
Daniel Jeanneteau was a director associated with the Théâtre Gérard Philipe de Saint-Denis from 2002 to 2007, with the Espace Malraux de Chambéry for the premiere of Adam et Ève, and with the Maison de la Culture d’Amiens since 2007. Since January 2008, he has directed the Studio-Théâtre de Vitry. Daniel Jeanneteau and Marie-Christine Soma are associated artists at La Colline since 2009. At La Colline, he directed Bulbus by Anja Hilling in 2011 and Trafic by Yoann Thommerel (with Marie-Christine Soma) in 2014.