© Christian Girard

Les Paradis n’existent plus… Jeanne d’Arc

Conceived as a dramatic poem, LES PARADIS N’EXISTENT PLUS… JEANNE D’ARC pits the language of the imaginary against that of daily life.


Late at night, an actress dreams of playing Jeanne d’Arc. With seven women and a man who are all different parts of herself, the actress sets out in search of the historic figure, her inner flame and unfulfilled dreams. A tale of life, death and destiny, and also of theatre, in which past and present overlap. This highly visual play, ingeniously directed, reveals a new and very talented playwright.

Imagination and theatre at play, LES PARADIS N’EXISTENT PLUS… JEANNE D’ARC is rich in flights of fancy, surprises and exploration.


By Alice Ronfard
Directed by Claude Poissant