Artistic Direction

Thomas Guerry


He graduated from the Conservatoire National de Région de Lyon, then from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Lyon. He improved his training with Odile Duboc, Fabrice Ramalingom, Hélène Cathala, Betty Jones etc.

He joined the Skanes Dance Theatre in Sweden in 1999. He danced in Meublé Sommairement (2000) and in Matière Première (2002), produced by the association Les Carnets Bagouets; in Les allées et Venues (2000) and Dehors (2002), produced by La Veilleuse/Christine Jouve Co. He danced with Bernard Glandier in Le Roi des Bons, Thomas Lebrun in On prendra bien le temps d’y être, in 2001, La Trêve(s) in 2004, What you want in 2006 and in Switch (2007).

He founded the Arcosm Co in 2000 with Camille Rocailleux and created Echoa November 2001, followed by Lisa (2006), La Mécanique des Anges (2009), Traverse (2011), Solonely (2012), Bounce! (2013), Sublime (2015) & Subliminal (2016). He took part in the choreography of the performance Carnets de notes for the Odysee Ensemble (2003). He choreographed the solo for the State Diploma with Sylvie Giron. Two years later, he was invited by the association Les Carnets Bagouet to stage again for Les Ballets de Nancy another play of their repertoire: Les petites pièces de Berlin. The Ensemble Odyssée Co also called him to stage their new show Le concert interdit.

He wrote a feature film scenario entitled « La boîte en Fer Rouge » with Bertrand Guerry. In 2009, he worked with his brother on the scenario of the feature film « Back Home ». His choreographic experience can be seen through the sharp vision of the destruction of main character’s body.