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Ruthy is a french actress and clown. She has a Bachelor in Italian and Theatre Studies and a Masters in Theatre Studies from the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris. Her two research thesis were Arlecchino and the interethnic experience at the Teatro delle Albe and The Teatro delle Albe as "theatre-family" in relation with the polis. Ruthy completed the professional course at l'Ecole International de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq and studied clown with different practitioners in France and Italy. She has also studied classical singing and dance, and marionettes. Between 2015 and 2016, Ruthy was assistant director for the creation of La Fille qui a décidé de vivre in which she also played the role of narrator (Théâtre Lucernaire, Festival des Mises en Capsules, Ciné XIII). In 2018, as part of the festival Minimal Act at the Centre George Pompidou in Paris, Ruthy performed in a new work inspired by Antony Caro's sculpture Emma Dance. Current projects: performer, co-writer and co-director of Perte, a work for solo clown (Premiere at la Nef, Pantin, November 2019); performances of Méli-Méloup et la fille Verte, a piece with marionettes and shadow theatre for children (performer, co-writer and co-director); rehearsals for Villes Mortes by Sarah Berthiaume, directed by Noémie Richard (performances in 2020); and as director, the creation of a new work for solo clown with Anahid Gholami Saba.
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