Pauline Peyrade

Pauline Peyrade is a playwright. She studied at RADA (London) and at the ENSATT (Lyon).

Her plays are (0615); Ctrl-X (directed by Cyril Teste in 2016); Bois impériaux (a recipient of the CnT’s Aide à la création, read at the Théâtre Ouvert, the Théâtre National de Strasbourg and the Comédie Française and premiered by the Das Plateau Collective in 2018), and Poings (coup de coeur of the TNS’ and the Comédie Française’s reading committees and presented at the Mousson d’été 2017). In 2015, she presented a “Sujet à vif” performance at the Avignon Festival with circus artist Justine Berthillot, with whom she founded #CiE. They also premiered Poings at the Préau-CDN de Vire in 2018.

She has been associate playwright at the Théâtre des Ilets-CDN de Montluçon since 2016, at the Théâtre Poche/GVE (season 2016-17) and at the Scène du Jura – scène nationale in 2018-19. She teaches in the playwriting departments of the ENSATT and the École du Nord.

Her plays are published by Les Solitaires Intempestifs.
In 2014 she participated as an emerging author in the international seminar coordinated by Simon Stephens.