Established in Aubervilliers since 1965, the Théâtre de la Commune is also National Centre for Drama (CDN).
Based on an initiative from Jack Ralite, the-then deputy-mayor and in charge of cultural affairs, the theatre was conceived as a " site of leisure and shared collective culture "; anticipating, in many ways, the Greater Paris and the project for the Land of culture and creation !
For actor and stage director Didier Bezace, who has been running the theatre since 1997, it is a "place where one can watch stories of internal struggle with irony, pleasure, emotion. These cycles create a plot within which spectators are invited to explore the different areas, following their own rhythm like a trip into space, which takes shape with every show ".
Site of thoughts and exchanges, with its " plural evenings " : encounters, debates, conferences from the Campus Condorcet, and exhibitions or film screenings.
A stage of national calibre, active and innovative, which welcomes artists in-residence and is open to a varied audience of pupils, students and partners. Théâtre de la Commune, a not-so-common stage in Plaine Commune.