Since 2007 Pascal Rambert has been director of the Théâtre de Gennevilliers (T2G), which he has turned into the Centre Dramatique National de Création Contemporaine, a place that produces only works by living artists (theatre, dance, opera, contemporary art, cinema and philosophy). His theatre and dance creations have been performed in Europe, North America and Asia. His texts (theatre, stories and poetry) have been published in France by Solitaires Intempestifs but also translated, published and directed in English, Russian, Italian, German, Japanese, Chinese, Croat, Slovenian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, and Dutch. His choreographic pieces have been performed at Europe's main dance festivals: Montpellier, Avignon, Utrecht, Berlin, and Hamburg, as well as in New York and Tokyo. Pascal Rambert has directed several operas in France and the United States as well as short films that have won awards at the festivals of Pantin, Locarno, Miami, and Paris.
His latest play, Love's End, created at the Avignon Festival in 2011 with Audrey Bonnet and Stanislas Nordey, has been successful worldwide. He has created adaptations of Love's End at the Moscow Art Theatre, the Piccolo Teatro in Milan, and the Thalia Theater in Hamburg, as well as in New York, Zagreb, Modena, Rome, Tokyo, and Berlin. Pascal Rambert created A (Micro) Economic History of the World, danced at T2G in 2010, and has since adapted it in Japan, Germany, New York, and Los Angeles. His latest text, Avignon à vie was created at the Cour d’Honneurof the Papel Palace at the 2013 Avignon Festival. Pascal Rambert will direct his play Répétition, written for Emmanuelle Béart, Audrey Bonnet, Stanislas Nordey, and Denis Podalydès with choreography by New York's Nature Theater of Oklahoma, at T2G in 2014 within the Autumn Festival in Paris.