Delphine Lacouque

Delphine Lacouque is an actress and an author, she was born the 21st July 1976. From an early age, she writes and acts. When she was 16 years old, she wrote and performed sketches with Noémie de Lattre on Parisian open stages. Then, they performed their first show: « La Théière Perfide ». Their duo becomes « Delphine & Noémie » and they will perform in Paris and in the provinces from 1995 to 2000 as well as on the radio for the program «Rien à voir» on France Inter. Delphine wrote a monologue named « Toute seule » that she performed for two years. In 2005, she co-wrote a comedie drama named « 64 Minutes ou la chronique du désœuvrement » that became « Hors Forfait » and it was performed at the Théâtre Rive Gauche in 2007.

Also, she performed in « Un Caprice de Bonaparte » by Stefan Zweig, in a collective creation named « Le Cri du Dahu », « Beautiful Thing » by Jonathan Harvey, « Les Monologues du Vagin » by Eve Ensler and « Arrête de pleurer Pénélope » by Christine Anglio, Corine Puget et Juliette Arnaud. Meanwhile, a collaboration was born with Aude Roman which created her first show for a young audience « Babayaga, jamais plus vous ne vous moquerez d’elle », published by Jean-Paul Rocher and rewarded with the jury prize and the audience award at the festival du Grand-Bornand in 2009. Both of them become Artistic Directors of their company La Barak’A Théâtre.

From 2009 to 2010, she wrote and performed in a new show with Noémie de Lattre named «Du plaisir et des Médocs» that was broadcasted live from the festival d’Avignon on the French TV channel France 4.

Currently, Delphine performs in a one woman show : « Gisèle ». At the same time as the theatre, she write a short film and webseries that will be shooted in the near future.

She also performed in TV films.

Séverine BIDAUD requested her for staging of the danced conference «Hip-hop, is it serious?».