Perle Palombe

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Perle Palombe is an actress and dancer. Born in 1980, she studied at the School of Dramatic Arts of the Théâtre National de Strasbourg, where she met fellow student and now frequent collaborator Emilie Rousset. Since 2006 Perle Palombe has been seen on the stage in Herodiade–A Hero Died (Laurent Contamin) directed by Urszula Mikos, The Pond (Robert Walser), Welcome John (Emilie Rousset)and La Place Royale (Pierre Corneille) directed by Emilie Rousset, Pelléas et Mélisande (Maurice Maeterlinck) and Une petite randonnée (Sonia Choambretto) directed by Thierry Raynaud, Blektre (Nathalie Quintane) directed by Yves-Noel Genod, Tohu  (Eric Vuillard) directed by Dominique Frot, and Sig Sauer Pro (Jacques Albert) with Das Plateau. She has also lent her voice to radiophonic fictions for France Culture, a French national radio station.

In September 2010, Palombe was invited by dance critic Jean-Marc Adolphe to participate in Skite Caen, an artists’ retreat where she performed with Malika Djardi, Trajal Harrell, Maud Le Pladec, Aude Lachaise, and Charles Chemin in Love Song. Love Song was also shown at the C comme ça ! Festival (Château-Thierry, France) in October 2010. Perle Palombe has also acted in several short films and TV films. She is the main character in Desperate Dancer–Aricie (2009), a short film directed by Youness Anzane, in NYC and inspired by Jean Racine's tragedy Phaedra.


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