“You don’t teach what you know. You don’t teach what you want. You teach what you are.” Jean Jaurès.
Jérémie’s pedagogy is buid on kindness and respect. He aims to tell stories, to re-enforce selfconfidence and self listenning. - through games, exercises, improvisations, and dramatic texts.
To play theater is to believe or to make others believe that one is another self.
The theater, which is a form of play, only starts when individuals are involved as characters in the space of fiction.
Players finally discover a singular space where imagination and creativity can be explored inside a group.
- Play is doing: before saying or learn a text, the player performs actions.
- Play is experiencing pleasure and interest: Pleasure to be moved, to laugh or to cry.
- Play is also being respectful, caring on the part of the viewer.
Jérémie is graduated in theater and artistic pedagogy at Univeristé Sorbonne Nouvelle de Paris, and teaches since 11 years in different structures or schools such as Sciences-Po Paris, ESJ (School of Journalism), EHESS, Théâtre de la Ville de Paris and for companies such as Candela and Cours Acte 2 . He also provides public oral expression classes for firms and for individuals.