For the thirtieth edition of the Night Festivals, the Drôme Department is inviting the Compagnie des Dramaticules and their director Jérémie Le Louët to Grignan. With them, an eccentric and rebellious knight will pace the château up and down all summer long: Don Quixote, adapted from the famous novel by Cervantes (1547-1616) who died just 400 years ago. Upstream of this first production, the preamble is the opportunity to discover the company's universe and the author's.
The company's dramatised readings offer a unique job on the musicality of speech in an original and friendly format. Through their rhythmic quality and the actors' physical commitment, these readings end up being a real moment of spectacular theatre, often in a small space, a matter for discovery and exchange.
Best suited for French speakers (readings in French only). For further information on the event, see below in French.