interprete_marineMarine de Missolz – Comédienne & Metteur en Scène

Collaborator for Ruines

After two years at the Nantes conservatory, Marine de Missolz joined the school of T.N.B. in Rennes. Since 2009, she has worked with Stanislas Nordey as an actress and/or assistant director in three shows: 399 secondes by Fabrice Melquiot, Se trouver by Luigi Pirandello, and Tristesse animal noir by Anja Hilling. At the same time, she played in Faire, staged and written by Frédéric Mauviginer, in L’Indestructible Madame Richard Wagner, staged and written by Christophe Fiat, in Kill the Cow, staged and written by Hervé Guilloteau, as well than in a performance directed by Ivica Buljan from poems by Tomaz Salamun. She also works as a production assistant with Nadia Xerri-L. for the piece L’instinct de l’instant. As a director, she recreated and performed a show that was born in the form of a carte blanche within the school with eight students from her class and which is called La triste désincarnation d’Angie la Jolie. In 2011, she participated in the Voyages de Kadmos organized by the Avignon Festival. In 2012, she participated in Crêpetown, a hybrid project of the Voyage à Nantes festival as a coordinator of the “performing arts” sector, at the instigation of thirty projects, most of which were specially imagined for the event. Recently, she performed in Les particules élémentaires  by Michel Houellebecq as an actress, in an adaptation and staging by Julien Gosselin.