Equipe créative - Collectif
Alice Hebborn was born in 1990 in Brussels, where she currently lives. She studied composition with Claude Ledoux, Gilles Gobert and Geoffrey François at the Conservatoire de Mons / ARTS2. In her instrumental compositions, she draws her inspiration from the observation of nature. She seeks a flexible and inclusive writing, leaving a creative place for the performers. Alice Hebborn likes to connect her work with visual and living arts. In 2013, she co-founded the collective Une Tribu with which she leads creations of object and puppet theater, including "La Course", "Blizzard". She composes the music for "La Brèche" in collaboration with Thomas Giry.
Valentin graduated in scenography from the National School of Visual Arts of La Cambre in Brussels. He works as a scenographer, visual artist and puppet builder for various companies and directors (Théâtre des Quatre Mains, Compagnie d'Ici P, Compagnie Roultabi, Collectif La Station, Jean Michel d'Hoop, Didier De Neck). He also performs within the Brussels collective RE: c.
Michel is an actor and puppeteer. He studied theater and movement in Brussels. As an actor, creator, helping with writing or directing, he collaborates with several companies (Zoo Théâtre, Mic Mac, Que Faire?, Eline Shumacher, David Murgia, Cie Paulette Godart, ...) . He has also been developing puppet theater projects for several years, either within the Une Tribu collective, mainly as an author and puppeteer, or in collaboration with other companies (Ultima Thule, Froe Froe, Hop Signor ...), most often as a puppet manipulation coach, helping with writing or directing.
After a year at Insas, she completed her journey with various internships and training (Neville Tranter, Agnes Limbos, Gavin Glover, Boris Rabey, Isabella Souppart, etc.) She assisted Galin Stoev on three creations in Belgium. Then she discovered the profession of puppeteer in "L‘Enfant qui ..." of the Théâtre d'un Jour and familiarized herself with puppet construction techniques as Natacha Belova's assistant. She co-founded the collective Une Tribu with which she created "Gaspard" and "La Brèche".
Administration et production
Rita Belova is an actress, puppeteer and costume designer. She graduated from INSAS in June 2015.
During 2015 she worked as an assistant trainee on the creation of L'Enfant Colère directed by Sophie Maillard at the Théâtre Océan Nord and the creation of Rumeur et Petits Jours du Raoul Collectif at the National Theater.
She joined the collective Une Tribu with which she created and played in the young audience show Blizzard (Minister of Culture award at the Huy 2018 meetings). In 2017 she played in the show La beauté du désastre directed by Lara Ceulemans at Mons Art de la Scène and at the National Theater. She worked as a costume designer with Ludovic Drouet for the Rome Trilogy at the Théâtre de la Balsamine and Mort de César at INSAS, Une Tribu Collectif for the show La Brèche petite forme at the XS festival at the National theater and long form in Charleville-Mézières , Jean Coërs for the Share your Dreams show at RITS. In 2018, she created the masks for the show Laboratoire Poison by Adeline Rosenstein at the Théâtre de la Balsamine, In 2019, she continued her work as an assistant with Cie Mossoux-Bonté for the Great he Goat show in Charleroi-Danse and with the Raoul Collectif for the show Une Cérémonie at the National Theater.
Sarah Hebborn (membre cofondatrice d'Une tribu 2015-2021)
Sarah is an actress and puppeteer, graduated from ESACT in 2012. Upon leaving her studies, she began her own creations and co-founded the collective La Station with which she created Ivan, Gulfstream (prize of the Minister of Culture and coup de heart of the press - Huy 2014) and Parc (International Jury Prize at the Emulation Festival). With the UNE TRIBU collective, she created La Course (Prize of the Province of Liège for a Young Company at the Rencontres de Huy, Young Jury Prize at the Festival Emulation).
Daniel is an actor who graduated from Esact in 2010.
He collaborates with several theater collectives, La Station, Une Tribu and Rubis Cube and has played in the show “Garuma! »Directed by Jean Michel Van Den Eeyden.
He also leads the “Die Schmiede” project with Gwendoline Gauthier. He will be the sound designer on the circus show “Sanctuaire Sauvage” by the Rafale collective.
Creator of La Brèche
Self-taught artist, born in Russia in 1969, trained in history. She has lived and worked in Belgium since 1995 as a costume designer, set designer and puppeteer, with around twenty different directors including Jean-Michel’Hoop, Jaime Lorca, Didier de Neck, Isabelle Pousseur, Christophe Sermet and Galin Stoev. Nominated 3 times for the Critics' Prize 2008, 2009, 2010 and awarded in 2010. Here are some shows produced between 1998 and 2017: Liliom - Théâtre de la Coline (France) - directed by Galon Stoev. Blood Brothers - Cie Dos à Deux (Brazil) - directed by André Curti and Artur Ribeiro. Rumeur et petits jours - National Theater - Collective Raoul (Belgium), L’école des Ventriloques - Cie Point Zéro (Belgium) - Directed by J-M d'Hoop. "Richard Trois" - Cie Viajeinmóvil (Chile) directed by Jaime Lorca (Chile) At the same time, she gives puppet workshops in France, Spain, Chile, Mexico, Malaysia and others. Vieilles - Cie Point Zéro - Directed by JM d'Hoop The school of Ventriloques - Cie Point Zéro - Directed by JM d'Hoop. At the same time, she gives puppet construction workshops in France, Spain, Chile, Mexico , Malaysia and others.
Sound designer and co-composer of La Brèche.
Thomas Giry (aka t.s.e.g.) is a Composer, poly-instrumentalist and Performer.
Born in Paris in 1973, he studied the piano from the age of 5 and immersed himself in music in self-taught a few years later.
Since 1998 he has been producing music for theater and dance companies, video installations or short films and documentaries made in Brussels, Paris or Marseille. Drummer, guitarist, singer, performer and jack-of-all-trades in musical projects and
various creations (Why The Eye?, Music For Rabbits, Poly-Fannies, Monte Isola ...), he practices also photography and food culture!
He currently lives in Brussels.
Creator of Au Pied des Montagnes.
Gwendoline Gauthier was a laureate of the Esact (Royal Conservatory of Liège) in 2014. She was then hired as an actress for Philippe Sireuil (Des Mondes meilleurs by Paul Pourveur), Mathilde Lecarpentier (Marie Tudor by Victor Hugo), Daniel Schmitz ( Les Sauvages), Clément Thirion (Mouton Noir by Alex Lorette), and was nominated young female hope in 2017 for her performance in Les enfants du Soleil, directed by Christophe Sermet (Théâtre des Martyrs 2018). She joined the reading committee of the Rideau de Bruxelles in 2018. The same year, she played for Julien Rombaux in Love and Money at the Théâtre de Poche, and we find her in Ravachol, a play written by Axel Cornil premiered at MARS. In April 2020, she played a monologue by Gary Owen at the Théâtre de Poche directed by Georges Lini.