Nathania Périclès, SAS-3B Scenography Prize from the Haute École des Arts du Rhin

Nathania Pericles.

© MM / (IMPROMPTU # 1 _ performance at Maillon, Strasbourg theater, May 2021)

By: Ritzamarum Zetrenne

2 min

The Haitian actress and visual artist, Nathania Périclès received, on June 23, 2021, the SAS-3B Scenography Prize from the Haute École des Arts du Rhin (France).

This prize, which rewards the plastic work of a scenography student, was awarded to him for his show “Appoint”.


Nathania Périclès is an actress as much as she is a visual artist, dancer or choreographer.

His life is a dedication to art.

In France, for three years, she has just presented her master's thesis in scenography at the Haute École des Arts du Rhin.

Carrefours, between social imaginaries and social practices in public places in Port-au-Prince, a work that evokes the symbolism of the crossroads in Haitian theater and for Haitians, received the congratulations of the jury.

The show “Appoint” that she played with Rebecca Odena, singer, Ludivine Laustriat, stage manager, during the graduation ceremony, earned her the SAS-3B Scenography Prize, a prize that rewards the plastic work of one. th student

For Nathania, it represents a breath of hope, a bouquet of life in this context of multidimensional crisis that characterizes Haiti.

Also in this issue:

- Report on the artists who exhibit their works at Champ-de-Mars, in the heart of the Haitian capital

- The sequence "The culture of words".


Northern Orchestra - Abandonment.


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