LES MOUCHES (French Language)

Exchange Theatre presents

LES MOUCHES (French Language)

by Jean-Paul Sartre

French Language Performances

French language performances.

Double Offie nominated in 2018, Exchange Theatre are celebrating their first decade of work with an anniversary revival of their first critical and public success: Jean-Paul Sartre’s rebellious and highly political play The Flies. Sartre’s thriller re-imagines the Greek tragedy of Electra and Orestes, exploring the complexities of human values in a period of political turbulence.
A company priding themselves in their international and multi-cultural heritage, Exchange Theatre’s The Flies will be performed alternately in French and English in tribute to Sartre’s roots, and the 1943 play’s origins as a political allegory. Directed by David Furlong, Exchange Theatre’s multidisciplinary and multimedia production of The Flies returns in 2019, as topical and poignant as ever.
Director David Furlong
Producer Fanny Dulin
Assistant Director Paloma Jacob Duvernet
Music A Riot in Heaven
Musicians Leo Elso, Billy Boguard, Thomas Broda
Set Design Ninon Fandre
Costumes Sarah Habib
Lighting / Video Julien Bernard Grau
Operator Catja Hamilton
Movement Jennifer Kay
Fights Kevin Rowntree

Meena Rayann as Electra

(Game of Thrones, HBO; Hilda, Odds On Productions 2019; multi-award winning No Love Lost, Intelligent Ink Films)

Samy Elkhatib as Orestes

(professional debut)

David Furlong as Aegisthus

(Offie-nominated productions of The Doctor in Spite of Himself & Misanthrope, Exchange Theatre)

Fanny Dulin as Clytemnestra/Fury

(Misanthrope, Camden People Theatre; Medée Khali, Laurent Gaudé)

Raul Fernandes as Jupiter

(Dangerous Liaisons; Don Juan; Quartier des Banques, RTS)

Juliet Dante as The Tutor

(award-winning St Joan, Julia Pascal; The Dybbuk, Off-Broadway)

Jonathan Brandt as The Anonymous

(Much Ado About Nothing & Neil Gwyn, Tower Theatre Company; The Learned Ladies, Exchange Theatre)

Soraya Spiers as The Woman/Fury

(Thursday, Southwark Playhouse; The Penelopiad, Jackson’s Lane; critically-acclaimed Made Up, Arts Theatre)

Chris Runciman as the High Priest/Fury

(NewsRevue, Canal Café Theatre; Broke Britannia, Bridewell Theatre; Gaga V. Assange, Adelaide Fringe)