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Convergences Plateau: festival dedicated to new French-speaking dramaturgies

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From left to right: Sébastien David, Quebec author, author of the text “Une fille en or”;

Cédric Mabudu, Beninese playwright, author of the text “Like Macaroni without bread”;

Hakim Bah, playwright and organizer of the Convergence Plateau festival.

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By: Pascal Paradou Follow

Following a call for papers launched in the fall of 2021, 6 texts from France, Belgium, Benin and Quebec were selected by a reading committee.

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These pieces are entrusted to artistic teams as part of a partnership with nomadic shipyards and ESAD and will be presented at

104 on May 20, 21 and 22, 2022. 

Hakim Bah,

Guinean poet, author and playwright.

Organizer of the

Convergence Plateau Festival.

Cédric Mabudu

, Beninese playwright, author of the text "

Like Macaroni without bread"

Sébastien David,

Quebec author, author of the text

"A golden girl".

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