Alan Floc'h - compagnie Bakélite


actor, puppeteer, stage manager 

After training as an electrical engineer, Alan Floc’h very quickly decided to pursue a career in the performing arts instead. He was part of the team at Theatre Lillico from 2002 to 2006, serving
as lighting director and projectionist. He has worked as lighting and stage director for major festivals in the region, including La Route du Rock, Marmaille, Au Pont du Rock, the King Arthur Festival and more. He was also the general stage manager for the Marmaille Festival from 2014 to 2018.

He has designed lighting for Dario Fo’s Tale of a Tiger; Noëlle Renaude’s Rose, Australian night; Sandrine Le Mével-Hussenet’s The Seine is a Tiger and Honey as well as RoiZIZO Theatre’s Hic et Nunc and Clémence de Clamard, also appearing as a performer in the latter.

A longstanding collaborator of Compagnie Bakélite, Alan Floc’h has been involved in all of the company’s creations: L’Affaire Poucet, Stick-Up, The Galley, The Caravan of Horror, Dead or Alive, Invaders, Hostile. That involvement has taken many forms, from lighting director to general fixer, performer and stage manager for touring productions.

In 2019 he wrote and performed Star Show, directed by Olivier Rannou.


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