Geoffrey Dahm

Project- les Rendez-vous en liberté
Il aurait fallu qu’on nous sauve

Trained at the Cours Florent and at the CFA des comédiens in Asnières (ESCA), in 2012 he signed his first staging of L’Eveil du Printemps by F. Wedekind. He then worked as an actor with Nicolas Briançon, Ema Drouin, Jean-Louis Martin Barbaz, Hervé van der Meulen, Yann Reuzeau, Frédéric Andrau, Mani Soleymanlou, Jean-François Sivadier, Anthony Thibault, Mathieu Touzé, Alain Batis and Cécile Tournesol. In 2014 he was selected and participated in the Ier Acte workshop initiated by Stanislas Nordey at the Théâtre national de la Colline. In 2015 he worked under the direction of Jean-François Sivadier at the Festival d’Automne, for the Talents Adami in Portrait de famille, then at the festival IN d’Avignon for Paroles d’acteurs. The same year, he participated in a training course at the Venice Biennale with Pascal Rambert. His plays R.O.U.G.E, Au royaume des fées, and Mathilde (ou comment sauver sa peau) won several prizes and were selected by various committees. In particular, he received the ARTCENA creation grant for Mathilde. In 2019, he was chosen by the SACD to participate in the Obrador d’Estiu in Barcelona, where a reading in Catalan of his text Plasma was held. Then in 2020, he was awarded the Beaumarchais writing grant for his text Le bruit que l’on est.
At the same time, he is also an active member of the collective A mots découverts and of Jeunes Textes en liberté.