It's a match - Noémie Rosenblatt

Noémie is an actress who trained at the Classe Libre of the Cours Florent and Paris III University, and graduated from the Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique (National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, 2005-2008). She performed plays of both the classic and contemporary theater repertoire, notably directed by Jacques Weber, Bernard Sobel, Eric Lacascade, Cécile Backès, Arnaud Anckaert ou Julien Fisera.

She has been an assistant to Eric Lacascade for theatre and opera, and made a documentary about his particular theatre troupe work in 2013.

As a member of the artist collective of the Comédie de Béthune - CDN Hauts-de-France from 2014 to 2021, Noémie settled la Compagnie du Rouhault in the Pas-de-Calais to create her first show, thus staging Demain dès l'aube by Pierre Notte in 2015. In 2018, she directed J'appelle mes frères (I Call my Brothers) by Jonas Hassen Khemiri, a show combining professional and amateur actors, which has been performed on tour in France and at the Avignon Off Festival, at La Manufacture. In 2020, commissioned by the Bethune CDN, she coordinates and directs the Odyssées 2020 project, a writing request to four authors participating in a residency program alongside Pas-de-Calais secondary school students, inspired by Homer’s Odyssey.

La Compagnie du Rouhault is currently in residence for three seasons at the Maison du Théâtre et de la Danse in Epinay-sur-Seine, where Noémie staged Succession, a show codirected with a choreographer in september 2020. At the present time, she’s developing C'est le chantier !, an in situ project composed of a triptych of brief forms performed in venues outside of the theatre and of an onstage show combining professional and amateur actors, for which she moved to writing.

She is presently preparing L'ordre des choses, a theatrical adaptation of Emile Zola’s parisian novels, a major project carried by a troupe of about 11 actors involved in the writing and adaptation during research residencies, with the support of the author Mariette Navarro. 


Next Venues :


January 25th (to be confirmed) at the Bretagne en Scène Festival 

March 3rd et 4th at the Grand R / Scène Nationale de la Roche-sur-Yon 

May 2022 in Bretagne : 17th in Sarzeau, 19th in Fouesnant, 25th in Morlaix



March 15th at the Maison du Théâtre et de la Danse in Epinay-sur-Seine Avignon Off Festival/ Train Bleu Theater (in preparation)



Creations in progress :

C'est le chantier ! - 2019 > 2022 creations 

developped in the heart of the city of Epinay, supported by the Seine-Saint-Denis Department. 

Created and written by Noémie Rosenblatt with Maxime Le Gall, Damien Houssier and Priscilla Bescond, her collaborators for writing and acting, this project is composed of a triptych of solo brief forms designed to be performed in venues outside of the theatre : La fille de l'urbanisme, Le mec de la maquette et La dame de la ville, and of an onstage show combining professional and amateur actors, Les gens d'ici.

>> The full version of C'est le chantier ! will be performed for the company’s residency closing event on June 25th 2022 at the Maison du Théâtre et de la Danse in Epinay-surSeine


L'ordre des choses – aiming for a creation in 2023/2024 

Noémie Rosenblatt is currently preparing a theatrical adaptation of Emile Zola’s novel Pot-bouille, set in a 19th century parisian building. She will also incorporate characters from the Rougon-Macquart novel collection, in order to represent an entire society engaged with the social game, fear of downgrading and social class replication issues. This major project will be written during the whole 2022/2023 season, in collaboration with the actors during research residencies, and supported by the author Mariette Navarro.

 Partnerships (in progress) :

The Comédie de Béthune and the Grand R / Scène Nationale of la Roche-sur-Yon 



La Compagnie du Rouhault - Head Office in Pas-de-Calais / Région Hauts-de-France 

Art Director /Noémie Rosenblatt - 

Le Bureau Des Filles // Administration 

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La Compagnie du Rouhault Website