Director: Camille Daloz

Company: le Cri Dévot

Since 2018, Le Cri Dévot has been developing the participatory project entitled #generation(s). The challenge today is to invent, with the complicity of a sample of teenagers of several nationalities, a poetic manifesto of the generation Z on a European scale. To question these young people born in a borderless space, in an ultra-connected world, on the markers of the times with which they identify themselves. What do a teenager from Lozère, Sansepolcro, Gothenburg or Nitra have in common? It will also be the observation of an adult of generation Y (us) on generation Z (them); a story of intergenerational crossing. Each residency will allow for the collection of written, audio and video testimonies: a material that will be put into play at the end of the stay with the young people. At the end, the final text will be staged in the form of a monologue, accompanied by a sound/video creation. A polyphonic, hybrid and all-terrain format, as close as possible to the concerns of the young people.

Creative residency in Sansepolcro_ph@Elisa Nocentini

The Artists


Camille Daloz, trained at the Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique de Montpellier in 2007 and graduated with a master’s degree in theater studies from the University of Montpellier III. In 2011 he founds the company Le Cri Dévot and leads a cycle of creation around several mythological rewritings. The company continues its work to promote contemporary writings by presenting these shows in several professional festivals. Immersion and infusion projects allow the company to create times for convivial and artistic encounters, which have become indispensable in the company’s creative process. In this way, it adapts and always invents new articulations around a theme in order to free itself from the classic models of diffusion. He also continues his work as an actor with the company Provisoire (Julien Guill) and Les Arts Oseurs (Périne Faivre).


Allister Sinclair, has been living and working in Montpellier since 2015, as an electronic musician and visual artist. In 2013, he obtained a Master Degree at the École d’Arts de Paris-Cergy, after having focused his research on random and algorithmic music, and questioned the codes related to the diffusion and reception of music. He has worked on interactive sound installations within the contemporary dance and performance company Dodescaden for several years, and has to date composed and performed sound pieces for the theatre company Le Cri Dévot. This research work is part of his collaborations but also of his solo projects, including an electro project that is dancefloor and noise-concrete at the same time and that bears his name.


Alexandre Cafarelli, followed a 3-year professional training at La Compagnie Maritime. In 2012, he joins Le Cri Dévot Company. In 2019, as part of Les Instantanés, he wrote and performed the show “Alexandre” inspired by Annie Ernaux’s auto-socio-biographical approach. He is also a pedagogical speaker for different structures in which he teaches theatre. Regularly, he works forthe theatre of the 13 winds, Dramatic National Center of Montpellier as a speaker for the theatre option students.

Bastien Molines, is an actor and performer based in Marseille. Trained at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique de Montpellier from 2007 to 2009, he began studying sociology upon graduation and focuses his research on microsociology (that of everyday life) and sociothanatology (that of death). In 2011, he joined the company Le Cri Dévot, with which he still works today. He is also a dancer with Poplité Mobilis, a company founded after a 3-year workshop of research and creation in contemporary dance at the National Choreographic Center of Montpellier. He is currently preparing a dance solo with the Franco-British choreographer AndrewGraham.

#Generation(s) is a medium scale production of the Be SpectACTive! project.


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