Elisabeth de Ereño Artistic collaboration


Trained at the Asnières Studio’s Ecole Supérieure des Comédiens par Alternance (ESCA), she has played with directors such as Jean-Louis Martin- Barbaz, Nathalie Fillon, Yveline Hamon, Hervé Van der Meulen, Laurent Serrano, and worked as a stage assistant to these directors.

Thanks to her many theatre experiences, she has also worked with Rachel André and Sébastien Chassagne, and took part in many movie productions, including those of Emmanuel Bercot, Lola Doillon, Mathieu Vadepied, Stéphane Demoustier as a casting assistant. At the same time, she has been working on the creation of a new venue: Le Vestibule, an unusual cultural café in the heart of Paris offering an eclectic musical and theatrical programme, which she co-directs.

In 2019, she joined stage director Pascal Neyron for Roussel’s Le Testament de la Tante Caroline with the Frivolités Parisiennes Orchestra, staged at the Athénée Théâtre Louis-Jouvet. This first experience gave birth to an artistic collaboration and several projects, including the musical Un Soir (En) chanté, by Claire Barrabès, and -Haut, an operetta by Maurice Yvain.

She also staged a musical tale, Coralie Fayolle’s Le Voyage de Nyamba, for the Maîtrise de Radio France, and directed with Pascal Neyron the latest performance of the classes Danse et Petits Violons for the programme Ten Months of School and Opera, entitled La Traversée. Still with Pascal Neyron, she collaborated on the adaptation of Joann Sfar’s Chat du Rabbin for the Frivolités Parisiennes and on Rossini’s La Scala di Seta with the Paris Opera Academy.

Immerse in the Paris Opera universe

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