Katell Le Brenn

After completing a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Science and Techniques, she turned her focus to circus arts and trained at the Regional Circus Arts Center in Lomme, specializing in hand balancing and contortion under the guidance of Yaqin Deng. She furthered her training with Claude Victoria and Pascal Angelier.

She portrayed Lucile in Molière’s “Le Médecin Volant” with the Avis de Tempête Company under the direction of Jean-Jacques Faure, and Cheyenne in “La Grande Faim dans les Arbres” with Les Fous de Bassan, directed by Christian Sterne.

She performed as an acrobat in “Le Chant du Dindon” with the Rasposo Company led by Marie Molliens, and acted in “Tabac Rouge” with the Hanneton Company directed by James Thiérrée.

She danced in “Le Château de Barbe-Bleue,” an opera by Béla Bartók, directed by Aurélien Bory. Additionally, she appeared as an acrobat in “Espæce” with the 111 Company directed by Aurélien Bory, and in “Barrière” with the Bêstîa Company led by Wilmer Marquez.

Simultaneously, she has been involved in authoring projects with the Allégorie Company, including “Léonce,” “Dispersion,” and, in collaboration with David Coll Povedano, “cOLLiSiOn,” “LOOking fOr,” “Des Nuits pour Voir le JOur,” and the upcoming “(En)vers nos Pères.”