Rachel Arditi

																Rachel Arditi, © Lou Sarda © Lou Sarda

Rachel Arditi was born in Paris into a family of artists. After training as a pianist at the École Normale de Musique de Paris, and then obtaining a master’s degree in modern literature at Paris VII, she became an actress.
In the theatre, she has performed under the direction of Pauline Bureau, Julie Brochen, Léna Breban, Adrien de Van and many more. She has appeared in film and television roles (notably with Mia Hansen-Love, Marina de Van, and Patrice Leconte). In 2017, she adapted Les petites reines by Clémentine Beauvais with Justine Heynemann. The show was nominated for the Molières.
Other collaborations followed with the same director: an adaptation of Songe à la douceur by Clémentine Beauvais (created in January 2022 at the Théâtre Paris-Villette), and two original plays — Lenny, at the Théâtre du Rond-Point, a show about Leonard Bernstein, and Comment nous ne sommes pas devenues célèbres, a history the Slits, the first female punk band started in London in 1976, which will see the light of day in the spring of 2023.

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