With the Association des Centres dramatiques nationaux
With the magazine Alternatives théâtrales
After studying sociology and the performing arts, Caroline Guiela Nguyen joined the Conservatoire d'Avignon in 2004. In 2005, she enrolled in the school of the Théâtre national de Strasbourg to study direction. She founded the company Les Hommes Approximatifs in 2009 with Claire Calvi, Alice Duchange, Juliette Kramer, Benjamin Moreau, Mariette Navarro, Antoine Richard, and Jérémie Papin. After adapting a few classics, they started working on plays of their own, about missing stories and missing bodies, those you don't usually see on theatre stages. Since then, they've never stopped populating the stage with the world around them. Since 2015, Caroline Guiela Nguyen has been working with Joël Pommerat and Jean Ruimi at the Maison Centrale in Arles, notably on Désordre d'un futur passé (Disorder of a Future Past). Caroline Guiela Nguyen is associated with the Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, with the MC2: Grenoble, and is part of the artistic collective of the Comédie de Valence, Centre dramatique national Drôme-Ardèche.
© portrait Julien Pebrel